Ghanaian menswear brand

The collection featuring a fine blend of colours, geometry and patterns are constructed for the  gentleman who loves his simple and flattering styles.

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Parading a collection filled with sets as offerings with contrasting details on top over pants, matching sets, mismatched set featuring geometric patterns and more done in solid colours with the modern trad looks are played up with pocket squares and piping details.

Describing the pieces in the collection as ones for "that noble and dignified Prince or King fit for a monarch" the brand's creative director Oheneba Yaw Boamah also reveals "The collection describes the regal man who aims for success and believes in new age change, ready to work and serve even though he's a royal".

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The Ghana based designer also revealed the choice of fabrics and process employed in each piece as "made from fine suitings fabric of simple tone colours from light to dark, clean pattern cut to match and blend. I believe the geometry shape infused in designing and simplicity of each piece define how powerful an African man can command authority and respect with his real identity".

Check out the offerings from the collection.


Photographers: Joseph Amoateng & Carl Reindorf

Models: Harold Amenyah & Chris Darko

Set Assist: Shadrach Annang

Production: Chantell Dapaah Boamah

Creative Director: Oheneba Yaw Boamah