Ghandour Cosmetics, a leading manufacturer of beauty products in West Africa has named international superstars from fashion and sport as brand ambassadors for Scent of Africa, Africa’s first luxury fragrance. Nigerian supermodel and fashion icon, who has graced the covers of Italian Vogue, i-D and ELLE magazines and featured in campaigns and runway shows for top names in fashion including Victoria's Secret, John Galliano, Christian Dior, Costume National, Chanel, and Giorgio Armani, will represent for Woman. Ghanaian/French international football star, , considered one of the most accomplished players of his generation and who represented top European clubs, Marseille, A.C. Milan and Chelsea as well as the France National football team winning the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 will represent for Man. The accomplished pair will be featured in the ad campaigns, and host an exclusive product launch event on the 14th November in Accra, Ghana.“ represents the success and richness of Africa. Both Oluchi and Marcel are true African success stories who have ascended to international icon status in their respective fields. These two were selected as brand ambassadors because they reflect our vision for Scent of Africa not just because of their achievements but also because of their commitment to give back to their homeland as philanthropists and entrepreneurs,” says Tanal Ghandour, the Founder and Managing Director of Ghana based Ghandour Cosmetics, which has operated for over 20 years in 14 African countries.Brand ambassadors Oluchi Orlandi and Marcel Desailly will be on hand at the exclusive product launch event to be held at Kempiski’s, Ghana’s newest luxury hotel and conference center to unveil the fragrance and its advertising campaign to an audience of business, media and cultural influencers from across the continent.
The accomplished pair will be featured in the Scent of Africa ad campaigns, and host an exclusive product launch event on the 14th November in Accra, Ghana.
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