TrufacebyGrace, an African Fashion Brand, is Reflecting African Traditions and Cultures in its Contemporary Aesthetics

TrufacebyGrace, an African jewelry, accessories, and apparel brand, is making use of traditional African textiles and materials in order to prepare contemporary aesthetics. In order to cater to the needs of its African clients, TrufacebyGrace is making available unique styles and designs related to African traditions and cultures. All its products represent various African cultural pieces to showcase different African tribes.

Grace Yeboah Ofari created the brand, TrufacebyGrace in 2016 and it is based in the Greater Washington DC area. The creator was born in Ghana, grew up in Canada and settled in the USA in 2014.

Contemporary aesthetics introduced by TrufacebyGrace is gaining popularity across the globe. The purpose of this company is to create a manufacturing base in Ghana to empower artisans especially, women and girls with no opportunity for formal education.

TrufacebyGrace works on a social mission and it introduces sustainable products that help in the conservation of the environment. In addition to this, it directly impacts social lives and supports community development across Ghana and other African countries. This brand aims to empower women and girls with bad luck in the formal sector by paying them a good income. It is helping them develop skills to become financially independent in the long-term.

TrufacebyGrace, the African fashion brand is worn by many celebrities and artists in their music videos and other popular shows. The pop star, Janet Jackson wore it in her recent single, “Made for Now”. Many Tv celebrities and artists have worn while delivering performances and appearing on popular shows.

Some of the names who have worn the African Jewelry brand are Amara La Negra, Phoebe Robinson, Porsha Williams, Syleena Johnson, Cynthia Bailey, Lerato Molapo, Angelique Kidjo, and Juliette “Juju” Castaneda. Many celebrities who have worn the African jewelry brand have also featured in many magazines such as Afropolitan, Imirage, Ebony, Taj, Afroelle, and Glitz Africa: Women of the Year Issue.

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