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Ladybrille® Retail: African Luxury Brand SIKA Designs Opens Bow Boutique in Accra, Ghana

British-Ghanaian fashion designer Phyllis Taylor, a designer that has been featured on Ladybrille on numerous occasions, gives back to the motherland with the launch of her new boutique, BOW Boutique. “Bow is the sister company to Sika, offering customers a unique opportunity to purchase exclusive Sika garments as well as handpicked pieces from across the …

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Ladybrille® Retail: Top Model Belinda Baidoo Opens New Boutique ‘Beedagel’ + 10% Off Now Until Valentine’s!

Top model Belinda Baidoo, New York/Ghana based long legged beauty, launches her new boutique in her home country Ghana called ‘Beedagel.’ Baidoo is also a photographer and made an attempt in the past with Ghana Top Model reality television show. Congratulations to Baidoo on her new store. Ladybrille Ghanaians, Beedagel is offering a 10% discount …

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Ladybrille® Retail: Retrospective Opens New Store in Victoria Island, Lagos

Nigerian fashion brand Retrospective, a brand with a local yet global owned by sisters Yoanna and Elfreda Okwesa , just launched its second retail store in Victoria Island, Lagos, a more affluent community in Nigeria. ” . . . An extension of its predecessor, Retrospective’s new boutique in Victoria Island (V.I), with its welcoming gold and …

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Ladybrille® Fashion Business With . . . Yaa Serwaa Adjei-Pellé of Le Tabouret D’Or, Newly Launched E-Retail Store

“Ladybrille® Fashion Business With . . .” is a feature on Ladybrille® Magazine that is focused on entrepreneurs in Africa’s fashion industry, with a heavy emphasis on fashion designers. This feature highlights business principles, business practices, follows the money, discusses the challenges faced by fashion startups as well as offers pragmatic tips that should help …

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Ladybrille® Fashion Business With . . . Adama Sallie Kargbo, Founder & Creative Director Aschobi

“Ladybrille® Fashion Business With . . .” is a feature on Ladybrille® Magazine that is focused on entrepreneurs in Africa’s fashion industry, with a heavy emphasis on fashion designers. There is simply too much empty hypes, overwhelming and redundant fashion weeks with such overlaps of collections shown; and a BIG need to edit out the …