I just checked the blog readers stats yesterday, expecting to see almost no readers since I haven't been updating regularly. Big surprise! Turns out there are still hundreds of you reading every day.
Aww, how nice?! Thanks.
So I'm baaack!
And I have news. Lots of newsI know I used to talk a lot about Publicis. This advertising agency I worked at. Said it was the coolest job in the world. Great great people. Awesome all around? Well, I've err left.
Well, one never leaves the fam, I mean, I went to eat lunch there the other day, and I still call all of my colleagues regularly to check on them, and they're having a going away party this Saturday September 25th!Can't wait!
So, now, I work at AfroChic Limited.
AfroChic is a hot new shop in Accra that enables you to quickly elevate your style from drab to fab. Meself and my business partner Adwoa Perbi are doing this, and we plan on going all the way so if you're in Accra, come check out our store at 20 Lower Hill, Legon. We recently launched the Harmattan 2010 Collection at a day-long event at Afrikiko in Accra. Check out the AfroChic website and online shop.
So yeah, welcome to my new life!
I love the reasonable prices!!! YayyyyyReplyDelete
Hey, we missed reading your awesome posts.ReplyDelete
Thumbs up to you, Adwoa and Afrochic. I hope to sample your stuff some day!
All the best with your new life. :).
I can't wait till I get my hands on one o you guys' creations!ReplyDelete
I can't wait to wear your designs. All the best with the venture.ReplyDelete
Happy about this. AfroChicReplyDelete
Congratulations! AfroChic is quite an amazing and novel endeavor. I love the online aspect of it.ReplyDelete
Congrats Esi! I wish I had the chance to check out the shop b4 I left. All the reason to return soon (or just shop online:) Best of luck!ReplyDelete
All the best with your new venture Esi. i've just cliked on the AfroChic link and it doesnt work. it looks like a hacker's got hold of it (i think).ReplyDelete
Congrats! Ghanaian women need this. Next time I'm in town I will check you all out. I did a short feature on AfroChic this past spring and I see you have a link up on the website. Great! Keep up the good work. I wish you and Konadu nothing but the best. You smart smart Ghanaian women:-)ReplyDelete
Congrats Ms Cleland. How did I miss the Launch?ReplyDelete