Hi everyone, hope you all enjoyed the Christmas and New Year holidays. ……Well I had to take a break to  write my exams but I am back, I have missed a lot and I know you all have ...

EVENT:THE GUISE 2013

Starting 2013 is an event that seeks to provide a platform for young entrepreneurs  to exhibit their works, empower and promote networking amongst the youth. The guise is an event organized by Dzidzis, a brand that offers Spa and make...

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WISHING YOU ALL, MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR THANK YOU FOR ALWAYS READING MY POSTS, U HAVE MADE MY 2012 VERY EXCITING. JUST WANT TO THANK ANYONE WHO HAS  EVER CLICKED ON THE LINK, WHO HAS READ...

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From the 24th of December 2012 till 9th January 2013 there would be a pop up shop at the plush African regent hotel themed "Love Child", a consummation of passion born by HTW and Akatasia.This event is a collaboration between heel the  world,a social enterprise...
MODEL LOOK BOOK FOR THE WEEK IS COURAGE KWASHIE Height: 5ft10"  / Waist: 32” /   Chest: 49"   /   Shoe: 9 / Shirt: 15Religion:CHRISTIANHome town : KETA-V/R I am a Runway, Photo and  Commercial ModelFrom inception, I had a peculiar fascination for the...
Call me crazy or a dreamer one thing i know is dreams come true, YES They do!. this post will talk about trends I would love to have for Christmas , Starting with Shoes,clothes, Accessories amongst others  from Ghanaian designers.  This is just an the beginning of...
Hello , sorry for the long break, i am back fill you in on everything i was up to. i hope you enjoy every bit of it.  XOXO Naa.TNB: Can you give us a brief profile of yourself.AFC:  Am...
Photocredit : Ann Moddey for canoe Magazine Ghana is swiftly rising in every sense when it comes to the fashion industry and our own models can’t be left out. 21 year old Grace Sarfo Kantanka is an outgoing and dark-skinned...
 The likes of GTP, ATL, Printex, Woodin  etc were wax prints that were specially worn during traditional African ceremonies such as durbars, baby naming, marriage and funeral ceremonies. That was the only period we would see people displaying these...