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Vlisco Capsule Collection is back in the flagship store at Accra Mall.

The leading African print manufacturer, Vlisco and the astonishing fashion designer, Adjoa Yeboah, today unveiled a new vibrant season collection in the Vlisco store at Accra Mall. This collaboration follows similar partnerships with Stylista, Poqua Poqu, Melanie Crane and Royal Dennis.

This collection, dubbed “Adjoa Yeboah for Vlisco Capsule Collection” is a good expression of the latest season 3 Collection which emphasizes on “The Art and Intelligence of Color Blocking”. The fabrics are powerful, playful yet elegant with kaleidoscopes of colours to fit all facets of your beautiful self.

“Adjoa Yeboah is one of our designers that can show Vlisco designs in sophistication & style. We are always happy to work with stylists such as Adjoa Yeboa whose creativity in designing is enchanting, surprising and fashion forward”. Said Stephen Badu, Marketing Director for Vlisco Ghana.

Customers can choose from ten exclusive styles featuring Adjoa Yeboah `s signature and works. These styles will surely add some distinctiveness to the wardrobe of any Connoisseur of Style.

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“I call this collection ‘Classic Afrocentric’ by Adjoa Yeboah.

“I wanted to show Adjoa Yeboah in a new light – to center my collection around a major concept which is translated into different contemporary pan-African styles.

The collection is created for the bold, beautiful and confident woman. To ignite a true renaissance of the African beauty in a contemporary fashion. To ‘wax-out’ that woman from the crowd “said Mavis Adjoa Yeboah Adjei, Creative Director and CEO, Adjoa Yeboah Clothing.

This will be on display at the Vlisco store from 15th August to 31st October 2017.

About Vlisco: www.vlisco.com

Vlisco, a story as unique as our fabrics

Our heritage is quite unlike any other. Since 1846, we’ve created unique textiles influencing the fashion landscape in West and Central Africa. These fabrics reflect true Dutch craftsmanship and are still known as ‘Hollandais’, from the French word for ‘Dutch’. We are in fact the only brand creating authentic Dutch Wax fabrics recognisable for their unique design, colours and wax craquelé.

It can only be Vlisco.

SOURCE: Jehoshua Wright

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