Sebastian’s Closet ATL, a luxury men’s clothing retail store has been launched to provide a total fashion and styling consultancy to men’s wear in Accra.
The Store opening event which took place at the forecourt of the shop located in East Legon on the Trasacco Estate Road has officially open to offer a wide range of services for retailing men’s clothing and fashion consultancy.
Speaking at the launch event, CEO of Sebastian’s Closet ATL, Francine Koffi expressed her excitement at the opening of her menswear store. She remarks that men’s fashion is something she has always loved to do “I have always been interested in fashion especially men’s fashion and I wanted to be a stylist and a personal shopper”
The night was hosted by media personality Chris Kata and had male models and some male guests wearing some of the in-store brands in a fashion presentation and runway shows which displayed the dynamics of how these pieces can be worn and accessorized.
Currently, Sebastian’s Closet ATL stocks international luxury brands from Italy, Europe and America notable among them are Gucci, Versace, Ferragamo and several others. Available in the store is its own seasonal limited-edition collection.
Sebastian’s Closet ATL also offers bespoke services to individuals who may desire to have specific outfits and fabric made or customized for them. In addition to that, they provide professional styling consultancy services to clients in order to assist them in making choices on which outfit is appropriate for which occasions amongst others.
The night ended with guests enjoying cocktails while experiencing shopping at great discounts. Pieces available at Sebastian’s Closet include Suits, Casual Wears, Polo Shirts, Accessories, Chino, Shoes’ etc.
Sebastian’s Closet ATL is located in East Legon, Trasacco Estate Road, opposite Coco Vanilla.
Asantehene distools Asafohene for gross insubordination
The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has destooled the Asafohene, Akyamfour Kwame Akowuah III, for flouting the Great Oath of Asanteman, one of the pillars of the Asante Kingdom and found guilty of ten different charges.
He was slapped with forty-five counts by his elders, who according to them, the Asafohene was “autocratic”, did not respect them and performed his duties contrary to Asante customs and traditions.
Delivering the final judgement at the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi on Thursday, June 20, 2019, Asantehene said the Asafohene’s actions breached the customs and traditions of the Ashanti Kingdom, which is punishable.
Kingdom FM’s Ashanti Regional Correspondent, Antwi Boasiako reported that Otumfuo had several occasions warned the Asafohene on issues ranging from illegal sales of lands, destoolment and enstoolment of his sub-chiefs.
The Asafohene, who is the head of Akwamu Division of the Kumasi Traditional Council (KTC), was enstooled in 2011.