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World Cup: This Ghanaian designer produces jerseys to support Black stars

November 9th 2022, 10:04:00 am

Ghanaian designer, Kurtis Kudjo has produced Ghana jerseys to support the Black Stars in the upcoming World Cup tournament held in Qatar.

Love Ghana, Love Chale jerseys

The collection christened “Love Ghana, Love Chalé” jersey collection aims at fostering friendship, community, and unwavering love for Ghana as an authentic, vibrant and ready-to-explore destination for fashion, arts, tourism, and sports.

The collection is a limited edition inspired by Ghana’s cultural heritage featuring a bold stripe of a classic red, yellow, green and black star.

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According to Kurtis Kudjo, co-founder Chalé.Global, one of Ghana's forward-thinking fashion brands, the innovative brand recognises the collective commitment to promoting Ghana while enjoying the joys and unity that come with fashion, arts, tourism and sport.

“As an innovative lifestyle brand, we hope this collection will recognize our collective commitment to promoting Ghana while enjoying the joys and unity that come with fashion, arts, tourism and sport,” he said.

The vividly colourful pieces feature a range of football and basketball jerseys, crop tops, hats, caps, scarfs and tote bags for all gender fit. The pieces are a perfect fit to throw support on game days and bold statements for casual events.

Also, as part of the jersey launch event, proceeds from the first 10 pieces would go into supporting this year’s OneChalé project. OneChalé is a charity organization established in 2020 to drive sustainable social change in rural communities with a commitment to solving social needs, improving lives, and creating opportunities for self-development.

About Chalé.Global

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Chale.Global is a forward-thinking fashion brand that incorporates the warm friendly Ghanaian Spirit for the young and old who view themselves as global citizens. As an inclusive brand, Chale.Global makes functional, urban & street fashion essentials by tapping into Ghana’s vibrant street and urban subcultures of arts & fashion.

The founders are building a friendly community, united by fashion, arts, and innovation.

Berlinda Entsie
Berlinda Entsie a reporter at Pulse.com.gh/bi/. She reports on all your business related issues and always ready to promote your business through amazing reportage.

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