The Accra Men's Fashion Week will have special prizes for best 'Must Watch', 'Emerging' and 'Established' designers and models participating in the 2017 edition of the show.
Dubbed the ‘Man It Up’ edition, the two-day event will gather the best of Africa’s creative designers in the men’s wear and accessories market for what promises to be an unforgettable experience for fashion lovers.
Over 20 designers from Ghana, Togo, Gambia, Benin, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, among others will present their latest collections to fashion lovers, media, and the general public while paying homage to the continents diverse fashion styles.
Also featuring are over forty (40) male model from across the continent strutting in creations by Yaw Bako Clothing, Nayak Afrik, Abrantie The Gentleman, Ekitino, Totally Ethnik, Bushai Weave Collection, Larry Jay Couture, Bri Wiredua, Marie Val Hagan, Nicoline Gh, Faust Designs, Moutapha Traore, Paja, Wanted Collection, Barros Coulibaly and more.
The fashion is scheduled to take place at the Lifestyle Gallery Africa premises on the Spintex Road (next to the Regimanuel traffic light) in Accra at 7 pm each night.
There will be special prizes for Best ‘Must Watch”, ‘Emerging’ and ‘Established’ designers and models participating in the 2017 edition of the show.
Accra Men's Fashion week is supported by Delay Sardine & Mackerel, Lifestyle Gallery Africa, FASHIONgh, Aloette Africa, Eapril PR, Fashion One TV, Manuel Imagery, TM management, Quentin Models, Fusion House multimedia, RytConcept Multimedia, Thepharmily, Vine Imagery, Dols Media, Kuva Photography, Moneozlive, Pulse Ghana, Style Afrique, Auntie Oboshie, Trendsblends, Braperucci and Debonair Afrik.