We grow, we develop, we change cars opting for better brands, durable features and yet we prefer to buy low grade fashion stuff because we feel quality clothing is expensive?
This year’s e.TV Ghana Fashion Awards came off last Saturday at the Mercedez-Benz auditorium within the Airport City enclave in Accra.
Nigerian fashion designer, Emeka Oparah has expressed willingness to establish a Ghanaian offshoot of his fashion label Ethelberts Clothing in the country to serve the needs of the Ghanaian market.
A final year student in the Fashion Department of the Radford University College has clinched the top spot in the maiden edition of Multi TV’s ‘Best Fashion Talent 2016’ contest.
Cluttering can be overwhelming and very stressful. And the earlier something is done about it the better. No one really plans to clutter. Even the non-meticulous ones do not intentionally clutter. So then why do we get in such a situation?
Some people possess wardrobes that look like a mini earthquake erupted in there. Lack of time to organise, sort and arrange can leave the wardrobe in such a state for a long time. It’s obvious then that the best we could do will be to arrange and organise it from time to time. Here are some pointers.
Life’s circumstances have little to do with happiness because much happiness is under your control, which is the product of your habits and your outlook on life.
Success is not about the things that other people have given you -- things like fancy job titles, company cars, big salaries, massive expense budgets and corner offices.
More degrees don't make you more successful. A better zip code doesn't make you more successful.
Subconsciously we all know that overworking ourselves can do harm to us in both our personal and professional lives. Yet, for some reason, we continue to work ourselves to death.
It may be tough to walk away even if it is just for a day or two but it will definitely be in your best interest in the long-run.
I am on a daily scavenger hunt to find things that will make the people I care for smile, especially the one I love. Sometimes it’s a text, or maybe I’ve found a book or something simple that will hopefully brighten my sweetheart’s day.
A fulfilling relationship is the best thing that can happen to you because it offers companionship, support and unconditional love. However, all the beautiful things in a relationship can evaporate if one partner decides to control the other.
It’s one of the oldest stories in the book: Guys love the chase. That’s what makes the first stage of the relationship—"the honeymoon phase"—so exciting. Not only is everything new, but he still has the mind-set that he needs to win you over.
After some time passes, however, and you both settle into the relationship, he begins to get very comfortable. The chase is over. Therefore, he thinks he doesn’t have to work as hard (or at all) anymore to keep you.
MYTH 1: There is only one true love for me
Probably the biggest myth of all is the belief that there is only one special person out there just for you. It’s a belief that fate has designed things so if you don’t meet that one special soul mate, you’ll never experience true love.
It’s believed that the deeper you are as a woman, the harder it becomes for you to find someone who wants to have a relationship with you. You can go out on a lot of dates but at some point, the relationship fails to progress and that is mainly because of the intensity of your depth. Besides, not every man is strong enough to handle a deep woman. Here’s why:
February 14th is what you make of it. Here's how to make it the most you can.
February 14 is the day millions of cards, red roses and boxes of chocolates are sent to celebrate the joy that love can bring.