Ghana Trends & Style Tips 

So the MET Gala 2019 just concluded, and all the western fashion press is going Gaga over what Gaga and her friends wore to the show. Although much of the outfits displayed were quite pretty, it did raise questions as to were most of the dresses fabulous or just noisy.

Upon keeping a close eye on the fashion exhibited, it’s fair to say may clothes we have covered in the course of the year are capable of outdoing most of the fashion seen on the stairs of the Met Gala, from what Lady Gaga wore to that of Lupita. Or atleast as far as design is concerned, when the outfits are stripped down from all the antics. Therefore we decided to compile a few outfits from a handful of African designers, and if these don’t prove our point…..Well, there is not really any ifs, it will.

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