The 10th edition of one of Ghana’s prestigious events Rhythms on Da Runway has been launched in Accra.

This year’s edition, dubbed: “the Green Edition”, is slated for November 20, 2022, at the Grand Arena.

The Green Edition is a celebration that will not only glorify the ingenuity of African talent but also distill an extraordinary dream to shape up sustainable fashion in Africa.

Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched
Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched

This births an opportunity for designers to envision, create, and bring to life unique collections that are as timeless as the nature that abounds in Africa.

As foretells its longevity, this 10th edition is set to incite designers to tell sustainable stories with their collections. This year’s edition will feature top designers and emerging designers from all corners of the African continent.

Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched

The event was officially launched at the LOTTE in Cantonments, Accra, by the CEO of Ghana Free Zones Authority, Amb. Mike Ocquaye, who applauded the organizers for their hard work in sustaining the event for the past decade.

He underscored the need for stakeholders in the fashion world to make significant strides to abandon fast fashion and help build an industry that is preserving.

Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched
Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched

The CEO of Nineteen57 Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD) said, “Rhythms on da Runway” has over the years become an important contributor to the creative economy and serves as a new prospect for developing countries like Ghana to diversify its economies and leapfrog into new, high-growth sectors of the world economy towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. It is inscribed in our framework of values to work fiercely to make a difference in Africa’s orange economy.”

Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched
Green Edition of 'Rhythms on Da Runway 2022' launched

Among the performers during the night were Edem, Queendalyn, Kwaakwa, Chris, Vanilla, Franklyn and the Kentosband. This year’s main event will also witness great music performances from a league of music legends.

The Rhythms on Da Runway looks to being the leading threshold for Africa’s music and fashion in generations to come.

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