Kokudé is a new concept in men’s clothing, exploring the intersection of Western and West African fashion.
Owners Kofi Laing and Dennis Yaw Hunter have incorporated design, artistry and technology in order to take Ghana’s fashion industry to the next level.
After twenty-five years in the United Kingdom, Kofi returned to Ghana to put his creative abilities to use.
He is a well-known radio host with Joy FM and produces television advertising and documentaries.
Having extensive experience in retail and marketing from his time in London, he is now realising his passion for the fashion industry with Kokudé.
Dennis Yaw was born and raised in the U.S. and studied Design for two years in the Art Faculty at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, focusing on adinkra, kente cloth and wax print design.
After twenty-six years of experience in the film and fashion industries, Kokudé is the fulfilment of his passion for West African textiles and fashion.
Kokudé is currently designing for gentlemen but will unveil a beautiful women’s line in the near future.
Kokudé is located in Dzworulu, Accra behind Palace Chinese Restaurant.
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