Miss Malaika 2015 Girls Show Us What The Got At GTP Fashion Show

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It was a beauty and fashion affair at the West Hills Mall on Sunday as the remaining 14 delegates of the 2015 Miss Malaika Ghana beauty pageant stormed the largest shopping mall in West Africa to showcase their fashion sense.

 

The event which was sponsored by GTP was well attended by fashion bloggers, stylists, fashion designers, models and fans of the delegates. The fashion show this year was made a little more exciting. The delegates dazzled three times in three segments. .The first segment was the beach wear segment, the girls had to show off their curvy bodies in nicely designed bear wear made with GTP Wax Print.

The next segment was where the fashion sense of the girls was really tested, the My Wear Segment. The girls were tasked to go to a boutique and in under 6 mins were to style themselves. No fashion consultant, no chaperon, they had to style themselves. They came out in very interesting style choices which said a lot about their personalities. After they showed their fashion sense, they came out and dazzled in gowns that were inspired by celebrities on the red carpet. This was the highlight of the evening as the Ghanaian designers certainly outdid themselves in the way they created red carpet designs with African prints.

The delegates Kuukua, Martha, Karen, Kumang, Donna, Dionne, Suweida, Mamatha, AJ, Seliman, Suraya, Antwiwaa, Kezia and Beverly worked with designers such as House of Paon, Anutua Creations, Black Attire, Beth Sante, Senyo Amuzu, Pure Black Couture and Akutsi Designs for their red carpet gowns.

The judges for the evening, Abrantie the Gentleman and Victoria Michaels were impressed with the fashion sense of the girls and commended the designers for a good job done. The evening was spiced up with music from hitmaker second runner up Yaw and Kidi, the Hitmaker season 4 winner.

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The fashion evening ended in suspense as the excited audience were asked to catch the eviction episode on GhOne TV to know who the task winner was. It’s getting exciting at this season’s Miss Malaika Ghana competition and you have part of the power in deciding who gets to stay. Simply text the name of your favorite delegate to short code 1757 on all networks.

Miss Malaika Ghana is a produced by GhOne TV, powered by Charterhouse and sponsored by Vaseline, Rexona, Optimal, Sultana Rice, Abbeam Institute of Technology, KIA by Rana Motors, Glam’s Make-up, Novelle Beauty College, Super Malt, Zaina Lodge, Chase, Koko king, Shakes & Flavors, GTP NU Style, Grand Casamora, Ooh my hair, Gen X trading with photography by Akiboat Impressions.

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