KGL Foundation – a charity organisation impacting lives through collaborations, innovation and empowerment – has partnered the organisers of the 2023 TECNO Ghana Menswear Week event as the official sponsor for its ‘Style Man Project’ 2023 fashion competition.
This is the second time the foundation is supporting this great initiative by the Ghana Menswear Week organisation as part of its CSR obligations in the communities it operates from.
During a visit to KGL’s office in Accra by the event Founder, Nana Mensah and other team members, the foundation’s CEO Elliot Dadey affirmed its commitment in helping young people become change-makers through its charity works and partnerships, like the one with Ghana Menswear Week. He reiterated the foundation’s continuous support for the project to ensure its sustainability and impact on young fashion designers.
The Style Man Project seeks to unearth, nurture and manage young and creative upcoming designers in the Menswear market and help project their creativity worldwide with the support of industry experts and partners like the KGL Foundation, whose CSR values seek to provide sustainable social intervention programmes in the fields of health and sports, entrepreneurship and youth empowerment, and culture and arts in Ghana.
Meanwhile, three lucky finalists will have their collections created with Woodin fabrics and showcased on the runway during Ghana Menswear Week 2023 on August 27 at the World Trade Centre, Accra. The ultimate winner will have the opportunity to participate in an international fashion week facilitated by KGL Foundation, a brand new TECNO phone, brand management and promotions, mentoring, among other benefits.
Ghana Menswear Week is a yearly fashion showcase launched in 2016 by Fame Model Management which seeks to create a platform for the showcase of new collections by creative men’s wear designers and brands. The annual event brings together men’s wear designers, buyers, men’s services providers, bloggers and consumers under one roof.