According to Wedaga, the team believes in nurturing confidence in young talents through their physical appearance. The winning design featured an African-print tutu skirt over a white camisole with a bow on the shoulder.
“Fashion is an instant language. Our model is a 6-year-old poet who normally finds herself in formal occasions. Having to get dressed in our beautiful kente, we chose er among all other characters because we both love kids. And we believe that it is very important to nurture talent right from infancy. We have styled her up for her performance tonight at school. In order to help boost her self-confidence.
“Inspired by Ahwenepa Kids Collection, one of the largest African Fashion Market places, we came up with this smart casual. As a substitute to her usual kente or African cloth wrapped around her. This is very similar to their tutu skirt, except that it is made with African print. And accessorized with Ghanaian-made beads and Ahenema so that we do not lose the touch of her rich Ghanaian heritage,” Manu continued.
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By Grace Somuah-Annan|3news.com|Ghana]]>