Class of 2020: The 40 best dressed women of the year

Its either your favourite stylish woman made it into the fashion book of life or they didn’t.

2020 was the year that poured sand into our gari but it didn’t stop these ladies from the fields of entertainment, fashion, media, corporate etc from giving us back to back scintillating fashion looks.

The pandemic meant less outing, less events and a lot of staying-indoors which also affected our style including hair, nails, makeup and everything in-between. Fashion Weeks, Red Carpets, Brunches, Soirees and all the exciting places we see stylish women were non-existent.

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In as much it was such a horrid time for the world, it did not stop these show-stoppers from showing us how to dress right.

Of course after such a horrible year, we all are looking forward to 2021 with renewed vigour and hope but we definitely need to applaud the women who broke the internet, gave us so much to talk about and set trends for the fashion industry.

Take a look at the best dressed Ghanaian women 2020 brought us.

Serwaa Amihere

Joselyn Dumas

Samira Bawumia

Jackie Appiah

Nana Aba Anamoah

Nana Ama McBrown

Berla Mundi

Naa Ashorkor


Yvonne Nelson

Empress Jamilla

Nikki Samonas

Kinora Awini

Debbs Bjuku

Nana Akua Addo

Aku Akuffo

Velma Owusu-Bempah

Sacha Okoh

Claudia Lumor

Aisha Ayensu

Akosua Vee

Hammat Montia

Gifty Bingley

Benedicta Gafah

Beatrice Agyemang

Ayisha Yakubu

Abena Duffuor

Peace Hyde

Cina Soul


Dita Schandorff

Yakubu Shiela



Diana Antwi Hamilton

Gifty Anti

Sika Osei

Imaa Nortey

Nana Akua Esq


Looking forward to more stunning looks from these ladies next year!





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