About

My name is Ben Boateng, I’m a Blogger of an online editorial content or a personal branding blog which directly relates fashion trends within Ghana and outside; hence the tagline “Fashion Trends GH”. In a nutshell, I edit international and local content.

Most often than not, I collaborate with designers, especially clothes and accessories brands to promote their stuff for them. I’m sure it’s better for me here, meanwhile it’s self funding and a client base; once I get clients, it’s worth it. I’d be excited to work with you, hopefully we can get the job done in the best way possible. I always try to tell the brand story in a manner that’s relevant to the audience.

 My website is real, up-to-date, active and engaging. In fact, I’ve managed to create impact through collaboration by making use of stunning editorial images to promote African inspired designers in order to reach out and connect with their potential clients on Social Media. I’m passionate about fashion in Ghana, I love to see the industry grow potentially. This is my idea to set the the pace from where I’m and make it better.

Beautiful Ghanaian Stylist, Afua Rida posing with Togolese model based in Ghana Julee Djoulde Bocoum. Pholograph by @twinsdntbeg

Most recently, I collaborated with Versace Collection Ghana at the Galleria Mall, Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City Accra ( to be opened in due course) to do an epic editorial photoshoot with a chic style model wearing their outfits to take photos in order to reach out and connect with the local market. The editorial shoot was marvelously covered by BBC news which featured the beautiful Ghanaian stylist, Afua Rida with the rest of my team. Follow the link below to catch a glimpse of how it all happened. https://www.bbc.com/news/av/business-48889012/i-m-not-doing-it-for-the-likes.

I trust there can be opportunities for “brand partnership”, in a way that’ll inspire me to promote your catchy brand on my blog. From that perspective, your audience in Ghana and all around, will get to know what you got to offer, in real terms.

I’d expect it to happen, I know you got something great instored for me. I’ll be glad to hear from you. Thank you very much for your attention.

 

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