Husband and wife duo, Kabutey and Sumaiya Dzietror (nee Mohammed) have been making jaw-dropping gowns as far back as 2008 after successfully completing their fashion education at the Vogue Style School of Design in Accra.
Pistis which means faith in Greek is in the business of transforming Ghanaian kente fabrics into extraordinary work of art fit for the regal bride.
According to Pistis, a typical bridal gown from the fashion house will go through the hands of 8 artisans, tailors, quality control officer and beadist before it is received by the bride, a testament to the quality work they offer their clients.
The gowns are “custom-made corseted kente embellished with crystals & beads,” it says about their pieces.
A size-inclusive brand, every season sees them outdoing themselves with new silhouettes, concepts, fabric choices and details.
In 2021, as girls go down the aisle and marry the boys that have stolen their hearts, Pistis will be on our TL constantly serving us looks and slaying the gowns effortlessly under its Nuptials By Pistis line
Pistis Ghana is a hallmark of Ghanaian ingenuity and creativity, here are 15 Kente gowns that are inspiring bridal trends even today. Check it out.