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Ézer presents Autumn Winter ’17/18 Collection ‘Aphrodite’ Fusing Aso-Oke & Kente



The Autumn Winter ’17/18 collection Ézer is a gift from the Olympians to mankind! Filled with beads and diamantes forged in the empyrean fiery furnaces, and pearls collected from celestial waters. Ostrich plumes collected from Venuses’ ostrich farms subliming on Elysian engineered fabrics. An ethereal weave of gold wires with dainty cotton from Heras’ fields. Crafted by Zeus himself for the earthly maiden tying knots with an Olympian. All celestial beings were witnesses.

One of the fabrics used is called Kente-Oke. It is a hybrid of the Ghanaian traditionally woven Kente and the Nigerian Aso-Oke; intricately woven to give a romantic light feel. Chantilly was sensually fused with beaded French laces.

Kente-Oke was sewn with a tactile flare, it has a built-in corset with efficient boning to flaunt all figures. Our rendition of the robe à la française (sack back gown) featured a detachable train running from the back of a simple beaded Chantilly gown to arouse an ethereal aura. Baroque embroidered motifs were incorporated with pearls and floral details. Pieces are transcendently embellished however they are lighter than they look. See the collection below.


Creative Director: Ebenezer Harrison | @ezer_gh
Photographer: Charlene Asare | @charleneasare
Videographer: Nana Yaw Kuampa
Makeup: Valerie Lawson | @mzl4wson
Model: Kenza Hamdi | @kenza_hamdi
Fabrics: Dachel and Co. (Kente Oke), B and E fabrics | @b_and_efabrics
Brand Contact: +233 50 137 0850, +233 26 939 4064, [email protected]


  1. CHIKA

    June 6, 2017 at 12:38 pm

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Love it! Please that jumpsuit, the LBD with beautiful back cut out and that dress in pic No. 5 just made my day! Kudos Ebenezer!

  2. abby

    June 6, 2017 at 1:00 pm

    excellent tailoring

  3. ijs

    June 6, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    see how person take fine!

  4. Dr.N

    June 6, 2017 at 3:05 pm


  5. Hamdalat

    June 6, 2017 at 3:20 pm

    Beautiful collection!

  6. BigJoy

    June 6, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    lovely well cut pieces. i loveeet

  7. molarah

    June 6, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    O wa very nice. Just that, the way they were going on and on about the aso kente collabo in the intro, you would have thought all the pieces were made of local material. The disparity between the write up and the pics is a bit unsettling.

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