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LOOKBOOK: Ecstasy Fall/Resort 2022 Collection Unshackled By Africa’s February By Serwaa

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Ecstasy Fall/Resort 2022 Collection By February By Serwaa

Contemporary Ghanaian Womenswear Fashion Brand February by Serwaa drops their Limited Fall/Resort 2022 Collection themed “Ecstasy”.

The Ecstasy collection transports the FBS woman into a style reality of sass and Class without compromising on her comfort; giving her options for the Fall and Resort seasons with an endless array of sophistication in looks teasing the season with Classic blacks, leaf to lemon greens, and copper Shades within the color swatches for the collection.

This collection was birth out of the re-imagination of previous major collections by the brand. Introducing new and fresh silhouettes, from long A-line floor-length dresses to beautifully structured ruffled details, fringes, and peplum pieces in the forms of skirts and waist bibs using such fabrics as Creep chiffon, organdy, fringe fabrics, and luscious brocades that elevates the collection to whole new level.

Check on the looks below.

Photography: Ousu Sakyi Pictures

Models: Engracia x Forgive Bawa

Arts & Production: Kobina Benyarko x Bra Qwabyna

Makeup: Glamazons Ghana

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