Everyone is calling these celebrities the best- dressed at the Glitz Africa Fashion Week

Fashion, style, drama and glamour were top four themes we saw at this year’s Glitz Africa Fashion Week.

Held at the plush and luxurious Kempinski Hotel in Accra, the 2019 edition under the theme, “Our Fashion, Our Heritage” saw over 30 designers showcase in three days to audience of fashion editors, celebrities, business people and politicians among others.

Like always a lot of Ghanaian celebrities in film, music, fashion and other spheres of entertainment graced the events. We spotted John Dumelo, Joselyn Dumas, Deborah Vanessa, Lydia Forson and a bevy of entertainment names in jaw-dropping outfits.

From Nana Akua Addo‘s alien inspired outfit to Joselyn Dumas’ luxurious ensemble it was a weekend to behold with a lot of raving reviews from people on the internet.

Check out the 11 celebrities who got people talking about their looks on social media.

Nana Akua Addo

Outfit:
@checking_invoices

Joselyn Dumas

Outfit: ophelia_crossland and velmasaccessories

John Dumelo

Outfit: @jayrayfashion

Zynell Zuh

Outfit: @zyellegant

Lydia Forson

Outfit: @ejiroamostafiri

Efya and Adina

Outfit: @officialankv

Okyeame Kwame

Outfit: @jayrayfashion

Nikki Sammonas

Roselyn Ashkar

Caroline Sampson

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