Saturday, 16 June 2012

John Atta Mills President of Ghana, Wanlov the Kubolor, El Anatsui, Kofi Ansah and Adrien Sauvage are featured on Vogue Black…

"I really believe in the textile industry and I’m firmly convinced it can revitalize the country. We’re drafting legislation that will facilitate the sector. Ghana is totally open to fashion, which is part of our history, and I think there’s a lot of untapped talent in this country. We need to return to the golden years". John Atta Mills, President of Ghana

John Atta Mills, President of Ghana

John Atta Mills, President of Ghana with Vice President John Mahama Dramani

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Wanlov the Kubolor -Musician

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El Anatsui -Artist

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Adrien Sauvage -Fashion Designer

Kofi Ansah -Fashion Designer

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***Part of its fabulous ‘Re:Branding Africa’ series, Vogue Black is back again with more insightful features about some of Ghana Rising’s fave personas, including: artist El Anatsui, fashion designer Adrien Sauvage and musician and style icon, Wanlov the Kubolor -who is touted as “the real African gipsy”..

I’ve enjoyed every segment of Vogue’s Re: Branding Africa -and seeing the likes of Wanlov, -celebrated as an international star, and not just a local boy. Viva Ghana, Viva Africa…

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