Adrien Savauge talks to CNN about his collection
Ghanaian British Designer Adrien Sauvage is what everyone is talking about, when it comes to Men’s Fashion.
With positive media attention from the likes of GQ, Esquire, Vogue, Style.com, Financial Times and the Evening Standard, Sauvage features on CNN honoring his Ghanaian roots while embracing his English culture, for the inspiration of his designs.
At just 28 years old and born in South London, Adrien Sauvage’s is one of Ghana’s talented designers of today.
Starting up his first business as a personal shopper and stylist for both men and women, his deep knowledge of menswear came from styling to designing clothes for his male clients and realising that their sartorial needs were not being met.
In 2010 the announcement of his fashion label A.Sauvage (in partnership with his former client and Muse George Lamb) thrived in London stores such as Harrods and Matches.
To run alongside the launch of his collection, Sauvage produced a short film “This is not a Suit” which generated strong attention, landing it in the top 100 selected shots at the 2011 Sundane Film Festival.
Other publicity campaigns include Captains and Natives and the latest collection Black Volta inspired from a recent trip to Ghana.
When it comes to an A.Sauvage suit you are guaranteed clean cut, simplistic, classy, impeccable tailored and contemporary clothing with a twist of creativity.
Word on the street is that he has big plans for Ghana and we can’t wait to find out about it.
Don’t you just love a man in an A.Sauvage suit!
By Kimberley Osei-Abeyie