Yvonne Nelson Secretly Launched Her Own Fashion Label, This Explains Why She Has Been Rocking African Print In 2019

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Recently, we have spotted Yvonne Nelson in a number of African print looks. This was very odd as the actress turned movie producer is hardly ever seen in print, let alone even supporting Ghanaian brands on her social media platform.

The actress who has starred in several movies, including House of Gold, Any Other Monday, In April, and much more landed herself in a controversial situation in 2017 as she began dating a white man by the name of Jamie who was accused of adultery as another lady claimed she was already his wife.

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Well love led the way and the super star actress pursued her relationship with Jamie of which she then later gave birth to her son Ryn Roberts. Well the sad news is Jamie and Yvonne are no longer proving Jamie might have been the individual the ex lover claimed he was. However, this backlog story/gossip is by no means to tarnish Yvonne Nelson, but it seems her child Ryn might have just been the reason we are seeing the beautiful movie star and producer jump into the world of African print fashion.

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Although Yvonne Nelson never made any announcements for launching a clothing line, the only brand tagged in each and every African print outfit she rocked was @RynByYN. Upon seeing that, it gave it away that by YN was most likely by Yvonne Nelson. We simply had to do a bit more research to discover her child’s name.

The brand is not only making the said print outfits as seen in Yvonne Nelson profile, but it is also producing caps, t shirts and more as seen below on celebrities.

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The brand as seen on the instagram page has also ventured into kids clothing.

Despite how lovely Yvonne Nelson looks in all her print glory, the question is why is she joining the band wagon of major celebrities that simply won’t just settle to embrace and help push the local brands but instead will go out their way to begin a label that may or may not succeed?

We have continuously shared our views on celebrity brands, every now and then a celebrity pops up and we are hopeful of their success, but they eventually realize that running a fashion label is something that actually takes talent and not just a popularity contest like being a celebrity at which point they let go of it. Can RynByYN break that mold, we will see.

Nevertheless, it’s been a while we had something to write about the beautiful actress, read more on her by clicking here, and read more articles we have shared in the past regarding celebrity brands.

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