There's a new name in Ghanaian fashion: Klor Tsoo Okai. A luxury fashion brand that 'caters to stylish women who embrace their femininity and individuality without apology'. Klor Tsoo Okai maiden lookbook INITIUM is here. Continue Reading
Fashion Forum Africa(#FFA) presents Fashion Forum Ghana's (#FFG) 2nd Fashion Talk of its Quarterly Series. The topic of discussion is: Globalizing Ghanaian/African Fashion While Maintaining an African/Ghanaian Identity Continue Reading
Our annual flagship shopping event The AuntieOboshie Shopping Festival is up THIS WEEKEND. A gathering of fashion and lifestyle brands offering their products at specially discounted prices to shoppers, the event goes by the hashtag #AOshop. Continue Reading
AuntieOboshie Presents _ We hosted an installation exhibition with Ghana’s leading fashion brands on the 24th of April 2016 at the Conference Centre that took guests on a journey through time by showcasing the story of Ghanaian fashion from the 60s till now. Continue Reading
There's something new from Totally Ethnik. A collection inspired by the “Birds of Paradise” kingdom.Totally Ethnik’s The Remake Collection expresses astounding beauty, romance and sensuality while being fierce to take on the world.
Ghanaian Fashion Brand Nipo Skin is out with its 2016 Spring Summer Collection named "Eden". The collection is an ode to the fresh, fluorescent and sporty soul of Kumasi the Garden City of Ghana. Continue Reading
Alikoto Clothing is out with something new: The Funkified Collection.
AuntieOboshie (Formerly FashionistaGH), the premier media resource that promotes Ghanaian fashion to the world, hosted an installation exhibition with Ghana’s leading fashion brands on the 24th of April 2016 at the Accra International Conference Centre. The exhibition took guests on a journey through time by showcasing the story of Ghanaian fashion from the 60s till now. Continue Reading
Everything has a history.
The clothing of Ghanaian folks today definitely has roots in the days of old.
Do you know that at one point in time, Ghanaian women kept their hair natural with varied styles, as has again become common?
Do you know that at a point, the sleeves of a mother's kaba had enough fabric to sew clothing for their toddler? Continue Reading
Fashion Forum Ghana’s Last Fashion Talk this year happens on Thursday 14th December 2017 at the British Council in Accra. A good number of industry experts will discuss issues such as the Importance of Cloth, Clothing and Textiles to revolutionize our garment and textiles industry towards industrialization. Dec 12, 2017admin
It has been almost a week since our representative at the Miss Universe 2017 competition, Ruth Quashie arrived in Las Vegas, ahead of the crowning on November 26th. Ruth Quashie has settled in and as expected, has been sharing photos of her daily activities on Instagram, and we must say she is killing it especially in […]
Lipstick is our “go-to” makeup item when we want to quickly pull our look together, and it’s also an important part of a more detailed makeup regimen. However we choose to use it, lipstick has been the most popular form of makeup for decades and there is no indication that this will change any […]