Emerging Ghanaian clothing brand, Lakopué has unveiled its maiden independent collection called The Atelier by Lakopué. This new collection is filled with professional designs tailored for individuals determined to stand out.
The growing brand which has already worked with giant Ghanaian brands such as Woodin, GTP, TV3 and much more, is striving to become one of the biggestp design labels from Africa with a combination of themes, ideas and the diverse cultures from all over the world embedded in each piece.
The collection emphasizes the idea of every profession as an art and it requires an artist and his/her personal workspace to generate the most out of what they do. The Atelier by Lakopué adds style to that creative space of every professional. The collection is created from a place of detailed artistry and reminds everyone of how greatly their creativity changes the world.
The 16 piece collection includes themes from pilot and cabin crew uniforms, construction and engineering working gears, hotel uniforms and general corporate wears, presented in haute couture.
In Ghana the fashion and textile industry is growing rapidly and the potential for Ghana to be on the map both as a producer and ultimately a consumer of luxury goods is growing steadily
In the start of 2000’s fashion industry of Ghana took a shape. The production of African prints and promotion of new products through fashion shows started to boost the superiority of the industry and enhance awareness among the public. Industries producing attractive prints began to create competition for state run companies and in 2004 the Government introduced National Friday Wear and buy Ghanaians products to promote Ghanaians.
With “The Atelier by Lakopué” it is not wrong to say that these emerging designers in Ghana are out to teach the world something new about African fashion, and we should all start getting excited about.
See the some of the collection below