Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 176 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!Eco-fashion house, the Ministry of Tomorrow, known for its eco-luxury, vegan accessories and garments, has announced that it has assigned complete ownership of its Nairobi production facility to Michelle Aricha aka “Coco Chanel” who has been the facilities general manager and lead designer for the past 4 years. The Nairobi factory represents the Ministry of Tomorrow’s flagship production facility and was built by the fashion house to sponsor skilled tailors who are recruited from within Kibera, just outside of Nairobi in Kenya, to make designer unisex bags, while creating sustainable livelihoods for its employees. As women’s empowerment is a core Ministry of Tomorrow objective, the label recruited Michelle to manage its Nairobi eco-factory that produces vegan luxury bags exclusively for the company, and it granted her full ownership of the factory on International Women’s Day on March 8. Ministry of Tomorrow founder and president, Julian Prolman, said: “We planned from the start that Michelle would one day own the facility. The day has come. With production and quality milestones achieved, ownership of the Nairobi facility was fittingly transferred to Michelle on International Women’s Day 2018.” More Articles You Would Love Wendy Shay Lands Ex Ghanaian President Kufour In Trouble With Her Looks, See Hilarious Internet Reactions This Digital Artist Andre J Is Creating Stunning Black Animated Faces Young Black Girls Need To Feast Their Eyes On Michelle Aricha will continue to oversee all aspects of design and production and assure employees are paid fair wages, receive bonuses based on quality production and are able to work in a safe, comfortable, and clean environment, and the facility will remain an exclusive production source of luxury vegan bags for Ministry of Tomorrow. “I am proud to be a business owner and am determined to follow in the footsteps of Coco Chanel, to become a successful fashion designer and businesswoman in the eco-fashion arena,” said Michelle “Coco Chanel” Aricha. “I am most grateful for the opportunity that Ministry of Tomorrow has provided me and everyone at the factory.” The Ministry of Tomorrow is headquartered in Los Angeles and is a for-profit social enterprise that designs and produces high-quality, eco-luxury, vegan accessories and garments and markets direct to consumers via its own e-commerce website. Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail olu Fashion Blogger, Event's Manager and Pr Consultant, I am Bashiru More For You Fashion as Art: The Intricate Craftsmanship of Verde Vista by Kophi Faakye The International BRICS+ Fashion Summit Is Here & Kicks Off In Moscow November... Another Black Model Maleesa Mooney Found Murdered Shortly After Nichole Coats Rogue Wave Is Set To Unveil Angolan Elegance & Style In Ghana At... Promising Fashion Student Mary Agona’s Nature-Inspired Collection Shook Up The Riohs Runway! See The Full List Of Accra Fashion Week 2023 Designers Celebrating Culture From... Africa’s Is Set To Take Over The Sportswear Industry: Kudos to Fashion Pioneer... VIDEO: 400 Stunning Models Cast For Accra Fashion Weeks 10th Edition; See Them... #OOTD: Barbados Fashion Brand Arisar Serves Us Macrame Cravings For Our Resort Fantasies “I’m Done Being Memed For Being In An Interracial Relationship” Bill Gates Daughter... Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.