Abrantie College of Cosmetology and Fashion last week held a fashion show as part of events to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the college.
Final year students of the College, which is Ghana’s foremost Cosmetology and Fashion educational facility were the main designers for the fashion show.
The show is also part of effort to whip up interest in wearing made in Ghana apparels.
On display on the night were latest casuals, official and Avante grade hairstyles and extravagant makeovers, with final year students of the Abrantie College, a beauty and fashion design school, thrilling their audience with sexy cat walks.
The director of fashion and cosmetology school, Abrantie College, King David Thompson, asked the Ghana Education Service to inculcate creative arts in the basic school curricular.
According to him, the move is critical to empower children at the basic level to learn an art in addition to the regular tutelage.
“The arts industry if taken seriously and we formalize it properly, it will change the economy. There are a lot of people who need some basic tuition on cosmetology, fashion and decoration and other skills that can take them far in life.
Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline.com/Osei Owusu Amankwah