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One of Ghana’s most vibrant Modeling Agency; Focal Eye Ghana has set a trend in motion to promote the wearing of locally made swimsuits suitable for beaches swimming pools across the country.
The new fashion trend is as part of Focal Eye’s Heritage Faison Campaign trail to project Ghana’s identity and culture on the international scene.
At an official signing ceremony to unveil the swimsuits and also to sign a partnership deal with Splash Social Centre to stage an event dubbed “Rep Africa Pool Party”, the Chief Executive Officer of Focal Eye Ghana, Mr. Thykingdom Kudesey disclosed that, the initiative is to encourage the patronage of locally produced designs and textiles.
According to him, it is high time Ghana proves to the world that we are capable of developing and promoting an unbeatable fashion trend. He added that, it would go a long way to transform Ghana’s economy by way of offering employment opportunities that will be available in textile industries, Job creation for fashion designers, wholesalers and retailers when demand for local textiles shoots up.
Mr. Kudesey, explained that, the “Rep Africa Pool Party” event which is expected to take place on May 26, 2018 at the Splash Social Centre, Spintex Road will exhibit verity of the locally made Bikini and Shorts produced by seasoned fashion designers Diakana Creations and Cysca’s Kardol amidst several entertainment activities.
He entreated all to be present in their local prints to celebrate Ghana’s identity.
The Manager of Splash Social Centre Alfred Omari expressed joy at the union with Focal Eye to promote Ghana’s Heritage. According to him aside parties, wedding receptions and corporate programs, his outfit is also willing to collaborate to put Ghana on the international scene.
The C.E.O of Empire Gh Emmanual Owusu who has thrown his weight behind the promotion Ghanaian heritage is optimistic that change can happen if Modeling agencies unite to champion a social course.
He used the opportunity to advise the public to see modeling as a profession and asking that they ignore some erroneous perception that tags modeling as an avenue of sex exploit.