Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 662 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!Despite the limited stage decoration and the very loud high pitched female co-host, the event seemed to have been a successful night for the organizers. Neither did it start nor finish too late. In the past years we have jotted down many articles that reflect on the ups and downs of model life and the intriguing model behavior. Based on this it remains questionable how to really award an agency. Most agencies claim success based on models that are really not tied to them, exclusive nor make deals via them. The purpose of Afroma Awards is definitely a genuine one which aims to ensure models are subjects of agencies and not freelance which is great and heading towards the direction Ghana’s modeling industry needs to be in, but then the follow up question comes. What criteria are we ensuring the agents are in prior before rejecting models who refuse to be with agents for any activities? What are we doing to end agents urging models to sleep with them? Do we ensure the agents have exclusive contracts? Do we enforce the agents to be transparent with the backdoor deals that most models complain about? In hindsight, these are very important issues and part of the reasons why there is a lot of freelance going on in Ghana. More Articles You Would Love When Is Fashion OK And Not OK For Plus Size Women Trend Alert! Tiwa Savage And Other African Women Killing The Platinum Blond Wigs. Hit Or Miss? This is not to dispute the judging by the Afroma awards as their selections were heavily supported by public opinion. It would simply be helpful to consider this so freelance models are not left out in this progress nor forced to be a part of something that needs ironing. Outside of this, there was definitely a great atmosphere in the room and a good turn out and a congrats to the organizers as this was the first of it’s kind with no disgruntled attendees or outcry of fake awards as it was with previous fashion award events. More can be said but with no further delay here are the winners and pictures below. Best Stylist Of The Year: Kel Vincent Best Make Up Artists: Sparkle And Shine Best Female Model: Chantel Dapper Best Male Model: Stephen Kojo Owusu Best Discovery Model: Leana Most Promising Agency: Spark Zuta Models Most Accomplished Agency: Spice Models Best Fashion Blog: FashionGHANA.com Best Runway Coach: Kel Quo Fashion Support Brand: Tigo Discovery Agency: Links Models Best Pageant: Miss Malaika Best Tetiary Fashion School: Radford University Most Promising Designer: Totally Ethnik Best Designer: Abrantie The Gentleman Model Agency of The Year: Exotic Models Lifetime Achievement Awards: Herman Click right to See Images of Fashion Show & Award Ceremony Pages: 1 2 afroma awardsafroma awards 2015agenciesagencyagentsghanamodels Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You VIDEO: Beyonce’s Protege Chlöe Bailey Gets Backlash For Her Viral Adult Scene In... Burna Boy Faces Backlash From Black Americans Who Don’t Identify With Africa After... PICS: Ivoriens Show Up In Massive Numbers For The 16th Edition Of Afrik... Nigeria’s Minaladi Shakes Up The 2M Design Show In Senegal With Her Astonishing... See Highlights & Runway Shots From The Just Ended Africa Fashion Week Middle... VIDEO: “They Said I Could Never Do This, So I’ma Do It With... Golf Course to Everyday Wear: How Men’s Golf Polos Have Transcended the Links Mya Jesus Deletes All Images Of Her Husband Papito And Unfollows Him Amidst... Former US President Donald Trump Set To Be Arrested On Tuesday & Calls... VIDEO: “I Talked To Jay Z & Beyonce” Kevin Hart Speaks On His... You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.