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The Women Issue: Debonair Afrik celebrate Makeba Boateng, Stefania Manfreda and Faith Senam Ocloo

Women are worth celebrating irrespective of the time of the year. But the month of March seems to be the perfect time to do so as it globally coincides with the International Women’s Day. We celebrate them not just because they are women, but because we see their efforts and resilient and we simply want to say ‘Ayekoo’.

Going by the adage “killing 2 birds with one stone”, this month also happens to be a heritage month; Ghanaian heritage. We can’t talk about heritage without talking about fashion and how it has evolved over the past years.

Our fashion scene has seen remarkable growth with the likes of talented designers, fashion shows and events, fashion media, retail shops, businesses of fashion event all geared towards sharing our Ghanaian story the best way we can.

All these have become possible because women have massively invested their knowledge, time and resources in order to see the fashion industry we have today. We proud of how far we have come as Ghanaians.

In this Issue “The Women Issue”, we celebrate Makeba Boateng, founder of Makeba Creates Africa and Fashion Forum Africa, Stefania Manfreda, founder of Elle Lokko Concept Store and Faith Senam Ocloo, founder of e’april Public Relations, Fashion PR Specialist at Totally Ethnik and a Columnist.




Creative Director: Ganyobi_Odartey

Photography: Josh Nii

Hair / MUA: Afroface.Mua

Stylist: Urtailorstailor.Official

Costumes: Totally Ethnik and Lokita

Accessories: Loriaz


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