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XCLUSIV FOTOS: Official Launch of Sarkodie’s Sark Collections
 
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30-Apr-2013  
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Sarkodie dressed in Sark Collection
 
 
Ghanaian star rapper, Sarkodie has unveiled his much talked about clothing line, Sark designed by Yas.

The colourful fashion show took place at the forecourt of the Aphrodisiac Night Club in Accra last Saturday April 27, 2013. The show hosted by Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD) was attended by few of Sarkodie's fans and some of his celebrity friends.

Some notable faces present included; Rapper D-Black, Deborah Vanessah, Sandra Ankobiah, Singer Efya, Actor Prince David Osei, Ekow Smith Asante, D-Cryme, Bullet of Ruff N Smooth, Confidence Haugen, Wanluv De Kuborlor and M3nsah of FOKN Boi fame, Dee Money among others.

The 2013 collection which is the maiden one from his new fashion line comprises belts, baseball caps, sneakers, jumpers, sweat pants, T-shirts, shirts and more.

Check out exclusive pictures off the runway from the launch
 

Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


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Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


Debora Vanessa


Shantelle


Confidence Haugen


Bullet and D-Cryme


Prince David Osei and a lady friend


MC KOD


Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


Launch of Sark Collection For Sarkodie


Sark Collection belt and T-shirt


Sark Collection


Sark Collection For Sarkodie


The man of the evening Sarkodie "Obidiponbidi"


Sandra Ankobiah and Zainab


D-Black


Wanluv De Kuborlor and M3nsah of FOKN Boi fame

 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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