Haute takes: 10 of our favourite Ghanaian ladieswear fashion designers

Most of us can easily spot Ghana on a map when prompted. Thank you Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah and thank you Tetteh-Quarshie for stowing those cocoa beans. Your country thanks you for your service.

Gratitude aside, from our motherland’s bountiful farms to riveting literature and visual arts, Ghana’s reach is one to not be overlooked. It’s no surprise then that the country is also a major fashion scene. There is always a name to remember for every occasion that you might be dressing up for. Is it bespoke lace dresses, African waxprint casualwear or even ready-to-wear Kente? Whatever your fancy there is a brand, a house, a designer needling their golden touch through the hems.

Today, we’re doing a rundown of our favourite Ghanaian designer brands for women. Let’s get you familiar with some of the high fashion and simple yet provocative pieces of our lady designers.

Here are 10 of our favourite Ghanaian ladieswear fashion designers on the Gram.

1. Christie Brown

2. Pistis Ghana

3. Saadia Sanusi

4. Bvenaj

5. Poquapoqu

6. Modabertha

7. Lushlahai

8. Rami

9. Sakicole

10. Afrikenbynana





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