Ghana’s top underclothing company, Aha! Brands has officially introduced men’s undies, , onto the Ghanaian underwear market.

The men’s luxury underwear, Lawen Taylor by Aha was launched at a swanky fashion show at the Accra Mall on Saturday, March 2. According to Aha! Brands, Lawen Taylor is the definition of comfort and convenience – not too tight and not too free! The various cuts offer a balance that is often missing in men’s undergarments.

The lingerie giants bring the Lawen Taylor product line onto the market after three years of research and development, highlighting its commitment to giving the Ghanaian man, top quality underwear that offer true value for money and also put patrons in an enviable class of immaculate gentlemen.

The CEO of Aha! Brands, Maame Esi Acquah Taylor said, “Our goal is always to serve our society,   improve the quality of life and do everything in our creative capacity to protect it. The importance of fashion in achieving this aim cannot be over-emphasised”.

“Made from unique materials, Lawen Taylor men’s underclothing have an innovative U-shaped pouch and are created with advanced, soft, breathable fabrics. They help to reduce sweat and wick moisture away from the skin,” she pointed out.

Maame Esi noted that wearing well-fitting, breathable underwear in a warm climate like ours is now very possible because Lawen Taylor has been carefully made with the highest quality standards to give men all the features they want and actually deserve.

The new product line is tightly curated to ensure that men have options but do not feel overwhelmed when it comes to making essential purchases. There are a variety of styles available, including Boxer Brief, Singlet or Tank Top, Round Neck Undershirt, V-neck Undershirt, and, of course, Poplin Classic Boxer.

Besides providing comfort and convenience, Maame Esi said, Lawen Taylor is a brand that is also positioned to help promote men’s health.

“In that respect, Aha! Brands has established the Lawen Taylor Prostate Cancer Foundation to run a nationwide campaign under the new Lawen Taylor brand to create and promote awareness about Prostate Cancer,” the CEO stated.

This disease occurs in the prostate — a small walnut-shaped gland in men that produces the seminal fluid that nourishes and transports sperms.

Maame Esi noted that Prostate cancer was one of the commonest and deadliest types of cancer in men, “And it is our hope that the Lawen Taylor Prostate Cancer Foundation will contribute significantly to the national drive to reduce the increasing cases of the cancer among Ghanaian men”.

The launch event was marked with an exciting fashion show, which was staged by 12 of the sexiest men in Africa, clad in undergarments from the all-new, all-classy Lawen Taylor line.

The fashion show also served as a platform for the selection of official models for the Lawen Taylor brand.

With excitement and passion, the models did their “own things” on the runway to warmly usher the guests at the event into the luxurious and caring world of Lawen Taylor.

The night was topped off with some scintillating music and food, and washed down with some choice wines and exotic champagnes, a mark of the treat that Lawen Taylor has to offer.

Aha! Brands was founded in 2012 by Maame Esi Acquah Taylor, who is also Miss Universe Ghana 2000. Her inability to find comfortably fitting bras and her desire to help other women facing a similar problem, inspired the creation of Aha! Intimates. With her savings and support from her mum, she started to design comfortable bras that would fit the average Ghanaian woman.

Maame Esi has developed the brand from those simple beginnings to a major line of lingerie, which includes a swimwear collection under the label as well as Ah-Qua Swimwear.

The former beauty queen and entrepreneur said her company was pleased to welcome the Lawen Taylor line, which is designed distinctively for men.


2018 was a great year for fashion in Ghana, Africa and the world as a whole.

Aside all the loud fashion statements made on several fashion platforms, the year also saw the successful launch of yet another credible fashion platform. Beeautiful Fashion Blogger and Stylist Jihane Chagraoui better known Jiji Glam launched her official website

In 2019, as fashion lovers, if you are seeking for what should be, if it can, reaching for the stars; you want to stride in darts, angles and in beautiful exuberances, then visit – your number one source of genuine fashion and beauty upliftment.

There are different reasons why if you are fashion and beauty minded, you should take a walk down there, to embrace whole new tips on what’s trending and delicious to the soul.

In 2019, @jijiglam is all out to help us go bold, classic and chic, as well as to be able to play with the awesome colors in our closet.

Visit for more relaxing fashion tips.

See different fashion styling by Jiji Glam:


It’s official, Accra Fashion Week will make history this year being the first ever major fashion week in Sub sahara Africa to go twice a year.

The 2018 Summer Harmattan edition will feature various events from seminars, showrooms, car and fashion shows and more. However, many are excited about the event putting together Ghana’s first Designer Fashion Auction which may just be one of the most revolutionary acts to be executed in Ghana.

The event set for  Wednesday 3rd October 2018 (Today) 7pm and will see fashion enthusiasts, celebrities and diplomats congregate at the Urban Grill venue in Airport, Accra. Where they will be given the chance to engage in silent bidden for exclusive outfits made only available for their viewing.
The auction will feature clothes from some of Ghana’s very best such as Afre Anko, Bri Wireduah, Randa Khatib, Madlyn Mode and more, as well as exclusive items from leading Nigerian brand MXDonna.
Proceeds of the fundraising auction will go towards Accra Fashion Week and it’s project to build Ghanaian fashion as well as the Wennette Foundation, a Non-profit organization that reaches out to orphanage homes, less privileged and the needy in the society.
See the full schedule of events at


Janet Jackson’s new video ‘Made For Now’ is a fun uptempo music that takes you back to the old days when urban RnB had fun and life. The sister of the late great Michael Jackson stunned viewers in her heavily style African attire throughout the video.
The mega star recently took to instagram to post her first intagram video that sees a humorous spoof version of her auditions for the ‘Made For Now’ video featuring instagram stars such as @KingBach and @BlameItOnKway. Janet Jackson plays the role of a queen that approves the talents before her.
The short video clip sees the queen (Janet Jackson) styled in beautiful neck, head and hand jewelry. What stood out the most was a neck piece by Ghana’s Award winning Jewelry designer Aphia Sakyi. This said necklace is titled ‘Yaa Asantewaa’ taken from her soon to be released Summer/Harmattan 2018 collection ’50 Shades Of Print’ at Accra Fashion Week 2018 in October.
The collaboration might just be the most iconic Ghanaian/Western fashion collaboration in today’s Ghanaian fashion world. The late Michael Jackson who is the brother to Janet Jackson also once adorned African clothes on his visit to Ghana in 1995. However a modern version of African fashion and a modern Africa can see this collaboration not just as an acknowledgement of African roots, but an inspiratiton for African future.
Watch the full video below:


Style and fashion icon, Kwasi Kyei Darkwa affectionately called KKD has disclosed his five most fashionable and trendy Ghanaian women.

The Master of Ceremony who doubles as a media, culture and tourism expert was a guest on TV Africa’s Breakfast Live to speak on the topic; Culture and how it can influence our sense of fashion in Ghana.

In a hearty chat with host, Nikki Samonas, KKD amidst underlining the pros and cons of the just ended royal wedding, he stated that here in Ghana, only five women tick his fashion boxes.

“For me, five of the best-dressed women in Ghana are former first lady, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, business woman, Joyce Aryee, female journalist/media practitioner, Gifty Afenyi-Dadzie, Nayak CEO, Nana Yaa Konadu and Akosua Ridder”.


The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) unveiled Mrs. Claudia Lumor, the Editor-in-Chief of the Glitz Africa Magazine as its Honorary Goodwill Ambassador for Ghana on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

Claudia Lumor is the Publisher & Founder/CEO OF GLITZ AFRICA as well as Ghana Tourism Ambassador for Fashion Development.

Glitz Africa Magazine is a Pan-African aspirational brand that embraces Africa’s biggest successes and celebrities who are relevant to readers, current celebrity lifestyle, fashion, entertainment, wellness and living trends of the new African global citizen.

Glitz Africa has expanded its brand into various extensions. These include Glitz Africa Fashion Week, Glitz Style Awards, Ghana Women of the year Honours, SHE boss, She Summit and Glitz Africa Care Foundation; a foundation created to focus on maternal health/Childcare issues/advocacy.

Claudia Lumor was awarded the Startup entrepreneur of the year 2017 and been honored on various platforms including The Most Influential Young Ghanaians and 100 most influential women in Ghana.

Claudia was also awarded the British Council Fashion & Design Young creative entrepreneur of the year 2015 and was also honored as one of The most powerful players in African Fashion in a UK publication to mention a few.

She has been celebrated in various platforms for her innovation and commitment to fashion development in Ghana and in the sub-region.

Claudia is very passionate about advocating for maternal health and childcare issues. She has worked closely with the UNFPA to visit women suffering from the Obstetric Fistula condition as well as make donations and organize vaccination sessions.

In her speech, Claudia pledged her unwavering support and commitment to the goals of the UNFPA to help create a world safe and sound for every woman and young person.

When asked about what this unveiling meant to her, Claudia noted, “I’m very humbled. It is my dream to help in whichever way to create awareness for the need of quality maternal healthcare and this honour affords me the opportunity.”

Claudia is married with three kids.


Glitz Africa is thrilled to announce the release of its 20th issue! Glitz Africa since its conception, aims to publish high quality content whiles highlighting the lifestyle of the contemporary African.

Glitz Africa magazine has come a long way, evolving and refining its content to suit our expanding range of readers.

Issue 20 has its cover graced by three of Ghana’s top screen queens; Joselyn Dumas, Yvonne Okoro and Nana Ama McBrown. ‘Afrogallonism’ artist, Serge Attukwei Clottey is our featured Talent.

There are inspirational pieces from bestselling author and speaker, Michelle McKinney Hammond and CEO of L’AINE Services, Dr. Ellen Hagan.

You will also find your regular features on beauty, fashion, gadgets/tech, career, finance and wellness very informative and refreshing to read.

Copies of Glitz Africa Magazine Issue 20 are available in selected supermarkets, shell shops, restaurants and leading pharmacies throughout the country, at a cover price of ¢30 in Ghana. You can subscribe and have your copy of the Glitz Africa Magazine delivered at your doorstep at no extra cost.

You can subscribe online via our website, or send an email to or call 050 158 1264. Glitz Africa Magazine is an independent magazine created by a team of professionals led by our CEO and Editor-in-Chief, Claudia Lumor.


Actress Zynnell Lydia Zuh has been crowned Most Glamorous Celebrity at the 2018 Ghana Makeup Awards.

The 2018 edition of the Ghana Makeup Award came off on Saturday, April 28, at Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in Accra.

Zynnell was nominated alongside, Nana Ama McBrown, Selly Galley and Berla Mundi and she emerge winner.

After sieving through a total of 2,400 applicants, the highest so far in the history of the event, a host of celebs, and makeup artistes were nominated for the various categories.

Wholesalers, consumers, industry advocates and public-sector partners of the makeup and beauty industry in Ghana were also nominated.

Zynnel Zuh needs no introduction when it comes to fashion in Ghana as she is a ‘slay’ queen.

As usual left her prints on the red carpet as she appeared in a sleek outfit which caught the attention of many at the event.

Zynnell Zuh is an award winning Actress and Film Producer and currently studying law.  The beautiful screen diva has been adjudged the most fashionable movie star twice in Ghana at the Glitz Style Awards 2016 and 2017.

Fashion has become her new found passion and she is slowing becoming one of Ghana’s most fashionable celebrities. She has won the Eurostar Limousine’s Ghana Fashion Review Panel prize for best dressed celebrity on the red carpet or is always in the top 3 best dressed, even if she doesn’t win.



Accra Fashion Week CR18 made history last week at the Providence Events Centre with an amazing fashion and celebrity-filled event featuring some of Ghana’s best designers and foreign brands.

The event was sponsored by Tree of Life and the look was ‘Wakanda’-inspiring, signalling that Africa is the future.

The guests on the night witnessed the ‘Chilly/Rainy’ edition, one out of two set to take place in 2018, being the first fashion week in Ghanaian creating Africa’s first original fashion seasons.

The event hosted top Ghanaian brands like Bri Wireduah, Afre Anko, Akinko, Gavachy, Figs Fashion and other foreign brands such Romeo Paul from Qatar, Tobams Colors from UK, Katiti from Seychelles, Les Reines Des Pearls from Togo, Nackissa from Ivory Coast and many more.

The event has proved to be one of Africa’s major event and attracted sponsors such as MAC Cosmetics, Tree of Life, ETV GHYFM, Grey Goose, Zylofon Media, Carbon Night Club, Urban Grill, amongst others.


Virgil Abloh, the founder of streetwear brand Off-White and Kanye West’s creative director, has been named the new menswear designer for French fashion label Louis Vuitton.

“I feel elated,” the 37-year-old told The New York Times, saying the opportunity was “always a goal in my wildest dreams”.

The news site says Abloh is one of the few black designers at the helm of a major French fashion house.

Others include Olivier Rousteing – the creative director at Balmain, and British designer Ozwald Boateng who led Givenchy men’s wear from 2003 to 2007.

Abloh will present his first menswear collection for Louis Vuitton in June at Paris Fashion Week.

Louis Vuitton chief executive Michael Burke praised the designer’s “sensibility towards luxury and savoir-faire” adding he would be “instrumental in taking Louis Vuitton’s menswear into the future”.

Source: BBC