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Fashion and Music Collided at the Rhythms On Da Runway’ 17

Rhythms On Da Runway’ 17

1st April, 2017 will be marked as a memorable day not for it being April Fools’ Day but as one that KOD made history at the State Banquet Hall where fashion and music took center stage at the Rhythms on Da Runway Fashion Show 2017. Some of Ghana’s best and Africa’s finest designers and top models displayed their love for fashion.

The patrons were enthused over fabulous collections from great Ghanaian designers such as Le Bon Collections, Abrantie the Gentleman, Ophelia Crossland design, Velma’s Accessories and South African Designer Palse Sa.

Celebrity Models like Kwaw Kese, Akumaa Mama Zimbi, Anita Akuffo, Regina Lexis Bills, Regina Van-Helvert, PY Addo, Coded of the music group 4×4, Benny Blanco, James Gardeiner and other top fashion and runway models like Victoria Michaels, Prince IB, Ralph Tetteh did their magic on the runway too.

The night wouldn’t have been complete without KOD’s Nineteen57 new collection on the run way.

Music filled the runway, too. The night saw awesome performances from Wutah Kobby, Manifest got everyone singing along as he did ‘Forget Dem’ whereas Sarkodie did his new song ‘Pain Killer’ with Akwaboah. Bisa K’dei ended the night with a tremendous highlife performance.

The event was graced by very prominent guests such as Ex Black Star’s captain Stephen Appiah, Mrs. Ayoade of Charterhouse, Okyeame Quophi and his wife Stacy Amoateng, Chester Annie and hosts of celebrities.

It was a night full of energy and fun packed just as the organizers promised. The event received a positive critics from patrons that can’t wait for a much bigger and blissful experience hopefully next year.

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