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August 26th, 2012

Mina Evans Capsule Collection “FINURA” at GLITZ Africa Fashion Week 2012

Mina Evans-Anfom graduated from London Centre for Fashion Studies under Northumbria School of Design, Design School Southern Africa, Johannesburg and was consumed by her passion for fashion enough to launch her own luxury brand in 2010. Her first collection “Jewels & Tulle” collection was captured by the popular lifestyle show “Studio 53”.

The brand unveils Mina Evans-Anfom’s love of fusing luxurious fabrics with Ankara and intricate handpicked embellishments to produce feminine, stylish and flawless pieces that are wearable time after time. This represents her valuable experience gained under the premier fashion designer in Ghana, Mr.Kofi Ansah.

The vision at Mina Evans, and their primary focus, is to develop their luxury brand into one of the biggest labels across Ghana whilst moving into the rest of Africa and the international market.

Mina Evans is built on imagination, innovation, excellence, development and social awareness. As they say

“Our business is to ensure we are adding value to our client’s lifestyle by creating elegant and stylish pieces thatincorporate quality fabrics and handpicked embellishments. Only the best will do at Mina Evans.”

Finura; Spanish for “finesse” was the name of Mina Evans capsule collection unveiled at the inaugural Glitz Africa Fashion Week held at the Conference Centre in Accra a week ago.

Their collection consisted of classic red carpet dresses and versatile separates in statement colours of coral, black, white, grey and navy with their signature fringe beading and embellishments in key areas.

“With this capsule collection, our aim was to mature the Mina Evans woman, providing her with versatile pieces for different occasions in her life” stated the creative director, Mina Evans-Anfom.

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Twitter: @mina_evans



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