Ghanaian designers Christie Brown and late Kofi Ansah featured in African exhibition in London

Popular Ghanaian designers Kofi Ansah and Christie Brown were feautured in the ‘Africa Fashion’ exhibition.

The show took place on 2nd July in London. It was organized by the Victoria and Albert’s Museum.

This exhibition paid homage to the impact of African fashion creatives.

It had several fashion top names and creatives in attendance.

Some included the likes of Editor of Vogue, Debs Ababio, Executive director of Entertainment at Condé Nast, fashion storyteller Aretha and many others.

The curator of African and African diaspora fashion at the V&A, Christine Checinska, said the exhibition was overdue.

“It is a moment of transition that marks the commitment that we have to celebrate African creativity across the board,” she said.

The exhibition included 45 designers from over 20 countries from across the continent.

Batiks, tie and dye designs, wax prints, black tie and kente outfits were among the 250 pieces on display.

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