Write up By Charlotte Corstanje

Morts & More (UK), a label by three very confident gentlemen might actually turn out to become the next Ozwald Boateng in fashion. They created well tailored suits for men but also women. A nice detail was the breast pocket handkerchief in the colors of the Ghanaian flag.

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Coccolily (Canada)

Mimi Lee London (UK) showed interesting and well tailored dresses that were accentuated on the hips and had peek through necklines and, on the other hand showed kimono-like dresses with silk floral prints. With about twenty pieces this was a clear and proper collection.

AFG-Trade not Aid (UK) showed unisex statement t-shirts.

The evening couldn’t have ended more perfectly than with a show by the popular Christie Brown (Ghana). The collection was fabulously styled with shoes designed by the label Mo’saique (UK). Like Mina Evans also Christie Brown used tie-dye, tie-dye in which several different colors were combined. The overall feel of the collection was very feminine and beautiful materials were used and combined into rich creations.

 

Photo credit: Kola Oshalusi for INSIGNA

Video credit: FashionistaGH

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