deborahvanessaIf you don’t already know this, here at FAB HQ, we are all huge fans of Ghanaian singer/model/presenter and now designer, Deborah Vanessa so we were delighted to hear Debbie is gracing the cover of Classic Magazine due to launch on the 23rd of February at the Silverbird Lounge, Accra Mall.

The 96-page glossy is a bimonthly fashion magazine by Max Impact Productions is aimed at the young and forward-looking African who is looking for a way to keep up with the creativity and originality that is currently blossoming from the continent.  Its team of local photographers, writers and designers based in Ghana put together the brands, people and places that you should buy, know and visit in one convenient, beautifully-crafted magazine.

In its first edition, the magazine shines its spotlight on trailblazing young designers, models and stars from all walks of African life.  The magazine is pan-African and so will be available to buy in Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa, UK, USA and Canada at a price of GHC10 or the rough equivalent in other markets.  The magazine will be sold in major restaurants, pharmacies, hotels and malls.

All photo shoots are organised locally and the Classic team is always looking to involve more budding local talent.  If you’re a model, photographer, designer or entrepreneur that would like to be featured or to work for the magazine, you’re more than welcome to come along to the long-anticipated official launch on the 23rd of February where you’ll be treated to stunning new tracks from Stars of the Future and Ghana Music Award winner Bertha YaaYaa while the MC will be none other than the cover girl herself, Deborah Vanessa.

2 Responses

  1. Michelle Spice

    Tell the model on the cover of the magazine that when she’s trying to look caucasian to remember to shape her eyebrows evenly – one is up and the other is down!

    Looks really tacky! She is too pale with lots of powder!

    Not becoming at all and not cute either!

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    • reporter

      Michelle,

      The girl on the cover is mixed race – half Ghanaian and half Russian, so as a half-Caucasian person, it would be difficult if she were not looking Caucasian. Here on this cover she has one eyebrow raised; otherwise we assure you her eyebrows are impeccably shaped.

      Thank you

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