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  • by Admin
  • Jul 31st, 2018

Meet the squad behind Ghana’s biggest art and music festival, Afrochella

We recently sat down for a one on one with the organizers of Ghana’s biggest art and music festival, Afrochella. The event, which featured a festive celebration of culture in the form of art installations, paintings, the best of African cuisine and live performances attracted attendees from far and wide and saw a beautiful display of fashion. Below is a video of the organizers talking about how it all started and the plans for this year’s edition. Check out the photos of l

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  • by Admin
  • Jul 31st, 2018

Stunning cultural and fashion display at Ghana’s debut Afrochella Festival [Photos]

The first edition of the Afrochella Festival was held at the Accra Polo Club grounds in Ghana on December 29th last year. The event, which featured a festive celebration of culture in the form of art installations, paintings, the best of African cuisine and live performances attracted attendees from far and wide and saw a beautiful display of fashion. About Afrochella Afrochella is a celebration of Africa’s diverse culture and aims to focus on the vibrant surge in interest in Africa

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  • by Admin
  • Aug 2nd, 2018

Afrochella Street Style: Fighting Misconceptions About Ghanaian Fashion

The motherland continues to be a source of inspiration for fashion designers the world over, and yet several brands fail to acknowledge Africa for its boundless creativity and burgeoning luxury market. Even last week, supermodel Naomi Campbell lamented the fact that Vogue has yet to create an edition on the continent, saying, "Africa has never had the opportunity to be out there and their fabrics and their materials and their designs be accepted on the global platform. It shou

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  • by Admin
  • Aug 15th, 2018

Accras Afrochella Where Afropunk Meets Coachella

Ghana’s Afrochella festival in the capital Accra is a captivating experience, featuring art and fashion installations, live painting, and mouthwatering dishes, all capped off by fantastic live performances. Read on for everything you need to know, courtesy of our Q&A with the festival’s founding members. Ever wondered what it takes to start a cultural revolution? Afrochella organizers Abdul Karim Abdullah (@Theruler02), Kenneth Agyemang (@Kennyagy), Edward As

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