In the history of First Ladies in Ghana, there is no doubt that Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings will stand out as one of the most fashionable if not the most fashionable.
The former First Lady is always well put together; from her fabrics to her attire, accessories and make up, everything is always on point and it is clear that she has brought to the degree she got in Art with a Textiles option at the then University of Science and Technology, to bear on her style.
In an age where public figures put together glam squads to take care of their image and their looks, it will not be far-fetched to assume that Nana Konadu also does it.
However, in a quick interview with her at this year’s Exclusive Men of the Year (EMY) Awards about it, she said she was her own stylist.
“I don’t have any glam squad, I don’t have anyone who tells me what to wear, I wear what I want to wear, nothing like a glam squad. Nothing really goes into my looks or what I put on,” Nana Konadu told Graphic Showbiz.
The EMY Awards came off at the Kempinski Hotel on August 18, saw Togbe Afede XIV, Agbogbomefia of the Asogli State emerging the ultimate Man of the Year.
He was presented with a statuette by the organisers, Carbon AV and Exclusive Men’s Magazine on Tuesday, August 28. He also received souvenirs from other sponsors like Johnny Walker, Jaguar Land Rover, DVO Ghana and Electroland Ghana.
Other award winners were Kweku Bediako of Chocolate Clothing, who won Fashion Designer of the Year, Okyeame Kwame who scooped the Best Groomed (Man of the Year-Style) award, Kuami Eugene won Discovery of the Year and Stonebwoy won Man of the Year in the entertainment category.
There was a special Woman of the Year award which went to Mrs Grace Amey-Obeng of the FC Group of Companies.