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Exclusive Images From Wusuwaah’s Diary Spring/Summer 2012 Collection

The Wusuwaah’s Diary fashion brand started when Ghanaian/Belgium founder and fashion designer Constance Ama O’wusuwaah decided that after her internship training with Pierre Antonio Vettorello, she needed to branch out and make something unique for the everyday woman. At Pierre Antonio Vettorello fashion house, she learnt a lot from the styling and fashion designing team, and gained the needed exposure, expertise and confidence to start her own brand. The designs we are getting to see in this post are from Wusuwaah’s Diary Spring/Summer 2012 collection which was born on a sunny walking day through the African market (to be specific ‘Makola market Accra‘). The idea was to recycle all that’s seen around so there will be less rubbish made. She got the inspiration from the daily Ghanaian selling (business) women’s life. To keep it African, she kept the idea of the African prints, added the culture that she was raised with, telling her roots play’s a huge role in her life with the accessories she used including the appearances of her models, but with a balance of the western ways.

Wusuwaah’s Diary is based in Belgium with branches in London and Ghana.

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Comments (39)

  • Loris

    wooow… amazing!!! she’s really doing good!! i love it!

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  • K. Mensah

    I’m a man but I’m really feeling this designs!
    congrats wusuwaah.. keep making gh proud!!
    u such a strong woman!!!! jan bless

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  • Bemah

    interesting.. u sure she’s a Ghanian ? might be adopted.. not fully african.. lol..
    tumbs up tho..

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  • Nicki

    I love ur work and i wnt saying…u doing job. U inspire ppl with the things u do!!!tumbs up

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    • Nana Yaa,,

      yes, i don’t know this lady but really i hear good things on her. such a shame she’s kubolors wife but looks like she live her life and keep doing her thing. really great. i lov her

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  • Maama Sule

    oooojhhhhh AHBA!!! ghana addddzzzzzzeenn!!!!???? here took KUBOLOR ISSUE!!..???
    every time when there is something about her, u all goes kubolor on her!!! addddzzzzzzzen!!!!!
    please let this kid SHINE!!!! leave her to SHINE!!! she works hard for it!!!! aaah!!!!

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  • Ngozi

    Zen Mag. is fabulous, how they always manage to get the most talented real once! really great!
    loving this lady already

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  • admin

    Amazing comments from everyone .. Ama is an amazing African & her work is her passion! Please do Support her craft.
    @Ngozi …. Thanks for the comment Hun… We do our best to promote our culture & We Give God all the glory.

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  • Doreen

    wow.. such a talented one.

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  • Abena konadu

    ooooh… she should be very proud of her self! awesome talent she got. never give up! AFRICA IS THE FUTURE u all !! AND U MY DEAR.. GONNA BE HUGE. thumbs up (y)

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  • a man inlove

    i just google her, beauty with brains and lovely hand work, she paints, a photographer, stylist and a singer as well!! loool.. darling who do u wanna be! i love multitalented people.. they such free minded souls, as u can see in her work! is not just using the african prints just like everybody is doing now a days, she create art with it.. WANLOVE the kubolors wife u said??? miss Wusuwaah african queen.. u need me in your life, i can make u happy any how u want to include to your dreams. just start with returning on the mail i sent you.

    i kno Zenmagazine is for women but you guys just did it again and I’m loving Zen more and more,please tell me this article can be found in the Zen mag sheets too? i will be running in getting my own copy.
    wusuwaah congrats.
    zen u guys did it again!

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  • Naa jaa

    Ama is a nice and talented young lady. It was nice working with her as a model when she came to Ghana..

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    • Lydia Mcmay

      I second u Naa jaa, worked with this young lady last year @ New York and i wished she was there to stay! such a great creativity humble sprite, hard working and a free minded soul! She’s open for all kind and receive all as equal! Really a huge star to become and i don’t doubt that a bit cause everyday she’s working harder towards her goals! i just love her!!!

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  • Braa Kwame II

    Zen Magazine Africa, Thank you guys for this piece.
    PLEASE GET THIS LADY TO TAKE PART IN THE VERY FIRST GHANA FASHION & DESIGNS Week in October!
    i heard she TURNED them down dune to personal reasons..(she confirmed) please please please get her to take part in this!! Ghana needs our talents BACK HOME NOT IN europe but AFRICA!!!

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    • N .Adelay

      Oh Braa K. what are you saying? where did u hear this?? Ama is not taking part? such a shame

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      • Braa Kwame II

        yes Adelay, she said she’s not taking part this year dune to personal reasons but maybe in the future! indeed such a shame!!!! cause we do need this talents back to where they belong.

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  • Baba

    ZEN!!!!!! ALL THE WAY!!!!!!! thnx for this piece!! u guys are grt!!!!!

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  • admin

    Amazing Comments Guys … Doreen, Abena, Naa, Lydia, Braa k, & Baba – You all are spot on …. Ama is an amazing designer & a creative African talent! ❤

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    • braa Kwame II

      Zen admin..,you did not mention me oohhh.. that’s it mean you are going to get her take part of this events, or you are just ignoring my comments pls?

      thank u
      ..

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  • admin

    Braa K, we did mention you and we appreciate your comment. We will talk to Ama about it though the final decision comes from her and her alone. You should understand that it brings joy to every designer to showcase their brand especially back home in Africa but if certain arrangements aren’t made for the designer or designers or if the designer has other exhibitions outside the country around that time, it would be difficult to say yes. Whatever happens, please do support Ama and her brand. ❤

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  • Lola

    Good job! I’m impress

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  • Poula

    wonderful!

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  • M. Fooltloose

    A very lucky person indeed. And the photos are gorgeous.

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  • Sabina B.

    Yepz..she got something. keep it up, you will get there;-)

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  • Papa Collins

    Zen Mag. is great!! where can i buy this month edition please? i really will like to keep this page.
    thx..

    collins.

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  • caroline

    her stuff is just divine!!!
    Zen.. can i get this page in this month edition? and where can i get a copy to buy pls ? I’m based in the US.
    really awesome!

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  • admin

    @PapaCollins, Hi Sir, Unfortunately we are a digital magazine and you won’t be able to buy the hard copy anywhere. We are planning an exclusive issue during the year which will contain all our work from January. Keep following our Facebook Page or Website to stay updated. ❤
    @Caroline …… Thank you so much for the support & the desire to buy our magazine. For now, it isn’t in print though we are working on an exclusive issue. Will notify everyone once we are ready to roll out. ❤

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  • Mr. Wards

    i witnessed Wusyuwaah’s fashionsho yesterday…. one word ;- AWESOME!!!! really she’s gonna blow huge!! such a talent!!!
    congrats young one.

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  • admin

    Thank you Mr. Wards!!!! So glad you enjoyed her exhibition over the weekend! ❤

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  • Joe

    She indeed got talent!
    And she’s such a humble soul.
    Definition of a true beauty.. Inside and out!
    Thanks Zen. For this article..

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  • admin

    @Joe … Always a pleasure Joe! Glad you love Ama’s work …! ❤

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  • Maggie Dodson

    I love the blue and orange jacket with the full peplum, it’s gorgeous! How could one have one made in fabric of one’s choice?

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  • admin

    @Maggie…… So glad you love her designs. Inbox us your request and we will direct it straight to the designer. ❤

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  • Madina

    Wusuwaah was great at AFWL!!!
    really this young Start got a long way to go. (and she don’t even act like shes one.. amazing)
    how friendly and humble she was with everybody that approached, Good bless you young one!

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  • admin

    @Madina … Awwww so glad to hear all these positive comments about Wusuwaah. She is truly an amazing talent!!!

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  • Regina Hood

    Meet her in Ghana last week at the Asabaako Event @ Takoradi /Busia!!!
    The texture of garment she hard on was not to be describe with words.. i’m quite still bothered why she’s not in new york WITH THE BIG PEOPLE CAUSE this lady is really natural talented.
    God bless her soul! please google Wanlov the kubolor.. or if anyone know’s him.. i heard they related.. this guy is a music artiest and he wear skirts & Wusuwaah is his designer.. trust me what she creates for his performances are not to be compared with any ordinary skirts. Is too bad she don’t sell everything she makes. this lady is RICH!!!! inside out.. I’m black American and IM SO GLAD AFRICA IS THE FUTURE!!!

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  • admin

    @Regina …. Thank you so much for the most amazing comment ever about Wusuwaah … 2013 is the year you will see her across the Globe!! ❤

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  • Jerry

    i love this! Africa on the move

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