In keeping with this year’s theme, various designers took pages out of the traditional fashion practices playbook. They elevated it to create looks that the modern Pan-African would love to be seen in. From hand beading and embroidery techniques at Atafo, artisanal prints and pattern work in the emerging atelier, Amin, to brilliant indigo dying at Kwelaku. Designers at this year’s Glitz Africa Fashion Week set a new benchmark, proving that sustainable fashion transcends a buzzword and is rather the future of the industry.
Read on for our run-through of outstanding fashion moments and collections from Ghana’s most prominent fashion week.