International renowned fashion brand Clavon Leonard is ready to splash the beauty of its designs once again on the continent. This time, their name-brand CEO, Clavon Leonard himself will be arriving here in Accra to outdoor his latest
The international fashion house with its origins in the New York, USA Clavon Leonard, has made a tremendous splash on the African continent over the past few years. The brand founded by Clavon Leonard has been featured in publications such as British Vogue, Tatler, and British GQ, strongly believes the future of fashion is in Africa.
He has dressed and styled Carla Hall of ABC’s “The Chew”, pop music’s Frankie Zulferino, and NFL star Jonathan Casillas. In three years, the business has surpassed what Clavon imagined he appreciates his entire team who have dedicated themselves to push this brand.
This December will witness Clavon’s third rendition of enlightening Ghanaians at Accra Fashion Week with his impeccable designs. The multiple award-winning New York-born designer first took to Accra Fashion Week in October 2019 for its Summer Harmattan edition held at the Tang palace hotel.
Shortly after, the nation got disrupted by the COVID-19 resulting to the cancellation of Chilly Rainy 2020. However, hope was not lost as Accra Fashion Week returned with its virtual edition, which witness the Clavon Leonard Brand Outdoor the ‘Life Ain’t A Bed Of Roses’ collection as shown below.
Clavon Leonard is ready to unleash the Transformation collection on the Accra Fashion Week 2021 runway, set to take place from the 10th-12th of December 2021. The fashion brand does not just work with the aesthetic and feel of it’s selected fabrics and the full filling color spectrums across them, but the meaning behind the colors always tends to play a role in the meaning of the collection.
According to the brand the ‘Transformation’ line is about change. The silver represents after the pandemic we will still come out shining. Black was for the strength to remain faithful to the pillars of my brand. Love, commitment, uniqueness and truth. The red represents my tie to my religious roots and the banner of love.
Here are some exclusive previews on the campaign editorial.
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