The two parties have recently been sending out teasing images of the exotic Nikki (of Ghanaian and Greek parentage) in elegant M&K clothes on social media even as M&K Wear launches a new collection for the second quarter of 2016. Three talented young photographers who are better known by their brand names – Rogue Lens, Keelson Studio and Elliot Grandberry – shot the photos. M&K Wear was born out of a passion to create exciting, trendy and elegant clothes that do not break the bank in terms of affordability. A young Ghanaian team started the fashion label. Production is done in Accra and Tema and the finished products are packaged and sold almost exclusively online at www.mandkwear.com. Clients get to pay through various mobile money options as well as Visa and MasterCard, and get their clothes delivered to them.
Nikki (born Nikoletta) Samonas, has a degree from the KNUST and is known for her acting, modeling and entrepreneurship. She is the CEO of Gamma Ink, an audio-visual production house with documentaries, TV commercials and other productions to their credit. She is the ideal brand ambassador, with modeling experience and a passion for African prints, which are self evident from some of her own instagram posts. Nikki’s company, Gamma Ink, did some of the production work for M&K Wear’s new upcoming video commercial and other promotional work.
M&K Wear and Nikki plan to outdoor a lot of exciting things in the near future to titillate and satisfy the growing clientele of the fashion brand and the growing fan base of Nikki. I guess readers have to follow the two parties on social media to find out what other surprises are in the pipeline.
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