Monday, 10 July 2017

Abrantie The Gentleman- Get the look from the most stylish african Designer 2017- Ginna Online

Nowadays, everyone wants to rock unique and classy african wear, whether it’s for a wedding occasion, a casual outing, a business meeting or any form of social function.

Most of the time, the challenge is that you have tailors who are NOT fashion designers and when you tell them to make a dress for you, they will expect you to come up with your own design before they can commence, else they would give you what they have– which more often than not isn’t always unique. So, it’s more like they expect you to dream, while they “interpret”.

Then you have fashion illustrators who are not tailors and these ones most times would sketch out a design for you but can’t sew the cloth for you. So they can dream for you, but won’t be able to “interpret” the dream.
Ghanaian-based menswear brand, Abrantie The Gentleman, is known for timeless classic pieces for the gentleman.

Abrantie TheGentleman is associated with unique gentleman looks, quality workman-ship and countless detail exclusivity created by Oheneba Yaw Boamah targeting people with passion for African culture and taste from all over the world.
Yaw Boamah also known as abrantie, is a dreamers, interpreter and a creator – when you meet him, he “dreams” for you and go on ahead to “interpret” it for you, in other words, he comes up with nice unique designs for you and make stylish african attires,No wonder he won the 2017 Emy africa Designer of the year.
Like he stated in one of his posts.

"I don't want to be just known for the way I dress or the  clothes i make. I want to be known for how I affect lives, how I treat people, and how I am as a role model. I don't just want to be, 'He dresses cool' or 'He's a good designer.' I want my african story telling through fashion be the main thing."-@abrantie_gh.

He has sewn for celebrities around Africa and beyond and Turns out, they’re just as impactful even when not sited in by fashion insiders.

See some of his collections in photos.

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