Studio D’Maxsi announces the premiere launch of her new collection at the Africa Fashion Week New York. Afua Sam of Studio D-Maxsi will present her collection at Africa Fashion Week New York, Saturday, July 14th, 2012 at 7 pm. The show will take place at the 41, Broad Street Ballroom in New York’s Financial District. Afua Sam is excited about the opportunity, she says
“This is so special in the history of Studio D’Maxsi; it is our first appearance at the AFWNY and a great honor to launch the latest collection there. This new collection is eclectic; my fabrics are a mixture of western and have a touch of AFRICA. My colors are bold and bright, blue, gold, black, white and purple. I chose those colors because it represents my Country GHANA and AFRICA. I’m excited”.
Celebrated as an innovative, sophisticated and edgy women’s wear line for the modern woman, Studio D-Maxsi’s unique designs are for the sexy, classy, funky, chic and confident woman. Born to a family of six, remarkably self-taught Afua draws her creative artistic inspiration from her rich Ghanaian culture. “Over the years, Afua’s sense of strength and purpose has grown tremendously allowing her to broaden her horizons and use her experience to create an empire; a legacy that her children could inherit. Her vision and focus led to Studio D-MAXSI”. Hard work, determination, and self-sacrifice kept Afua motivated and needless to say, eventually landed Studio D’Maxsi as the lead designer at the forthcoming AFWNY 2012. For more information about Studio D’Maxsi’s feature at AFWNY 2012, please visitwww.afwny.com/designers/studio-d-maxsi
Studio D’Maxsi and Afua Foundation are proud to announce the winner of this year’s ‘Operation Prom’ Competition – Jasmine C. Green.
A resident of Baltimore, Maryland, Jasmine wins a custom made prom dress by Studio D’Maxsi with her entry of a compelling and well written essay titled ‘Fashion Limited to No defining Standards’. Her personal story is also an inspiration.
The ‘Operation Prom’ competition, a foundation program started by STUDIO D’MAXSI’s owner, Afua Sam, was established to encourage as many girls as possible to complete high school with a serious attitude towards academic drive and excellence. Afua Sam is giving back by making the prom night of one very special and brilliant high school senior girl a special night to remember with the gift of a custom made elegant prom dress.
Afua Sam thanks all the awesome people who donated their time and talent to support the “Operation Prom” cause. A big, huge shout out and thanks for the contribution and hard work of celebrity hair stylist, CHARLENE BROWN, make-up artist, FELICIA GRAY, and Photography by David McCOY/IMAGES by McCOY LLC .
STUDIO D’MAXSI is named as one of the fastest growing fashion houses based in the DC metropolis area.
The website showcases an exciting look book layout of the new collection, an e-commerce portal for customers to browse and shop, request custom made designs made to order by appointment.
The website will also serve as a one-stop shop spot for beautiful and eclectic fashion-wear collection by STUDIO D’MAXSI and feature updates on forthcoming events and fashion show/runway appearances.
“My message through my fashion brand is -every woman can dare to be bold and confident but still very chic and sexy. My pieces are made for all women, no matter the size, shape, or height. I want to just inspire a sense of confidence to every woman who decides to wear a piece that I create for them”– Afua Sam
For custom made pieces, STUDIO D’MAXSI can be contacted at 301-442-3977
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