We can all attest to the fact that the VGMA is the biggest red carpet event in the country, which happens every year, and Charterhouse Ghana deserves applause for doing this for 19 years. The event has also turned into the night where fashion comes to play and I must commend who ever decided to use AJ Sarpong for the red carpet interviews; she was just a breath of fresh air.
This year, fashion was really not as spectacular as previous years, but some managed to pull off the glam look, some, an ok pass and others just need to be carried off the red carpet,
Naa Ashorkor, year in and out, she proves that like fine wine, she gets better, perfect outfits comes to her with ease.
Trigmatic: Dude grew and his style got a matured twist, the Kaftan, colour, texture and style cut made it to the best dressed
Adina: Not only does this young lady have lungs that can sing, she is a real life Princess personified, beautiful outfit
Stoneboy: The Kente blazer was everything, everything
Kafui Danku: when in doubt, where a beautiful black gown
Anita Akuffo: Elegantly done
Gloria Osei Sarfo: the curtain rails in the gown needs to go off, and next time, please use AN invisible bra, they work magic
Hon Barbara Ayisi: Hon, please give that outfit away, please do
Victoria Mark: the big hair, the chunky earrings was not needed for that chandelier dress
Piesie Esther: the Rose Bow on that dress should go
ASP Kofi Sarpong: The rose farm you were trying to grow should stop, on your shoes, corsage, lapel
Lady Hipsy: Not only is the dress tacky, her shoes were combat ready for God knows what.
Lady Butt Gone Bad: Between she being twirled on stage, and the dress gone bad she wore…
Nicki Minaj wannabe….. gosh! knee high boots, bad gravity fallen breasts, blonde wig, dressed like going to a strippers party, jeeez, scary stuff.
Patapa: The oversized suit, the orange tie, he patapaed his way to the red carpet
Story By Whitney Boakye-Mensah