Samata Angel (born Samata Elizabeth Catherine Abudulai) is a British award-winning; Fashion entrepreneur, Author and Designer, her womenswear clothing label ‘Samata’s Muse’ specialises in high fashion pieces and has been worn by the likes of Dawn Angeliqué Richard and Jennifer Lopez with press to date including Vogue, Fashion United, Look Magazine (UK), Pride Magazine, ITN, London Lite, Fashion Africa and Fashion Capital. She was born and raised in Cambridge, UK and is the middle daughter from two Ghanaian parents.
Outstandingly Samata was Intriguingly smart, and intellectual as well as articulate, her brain had plenty of room as Angel grew up in Cambridge she moved to London to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Economics, Finance and Management from Queen Mary University of London after briefly starting a Radiography course at City University.
Samata started writing short poems from a young age and was invited to perform a collection of her poetry at the Tate Modern for the Surrealism and Minimalism Festival in 2006 celebrating the opening of the new Tate Modern Collection Displays. In regards to Fashion The young Creative Lady’s Talent was spotted whilst out in New York club Lotus by a member of Jennifer Lopez’s design team from the ‘Sweet face’ brand, from then on Samata was encouraged into a career in fashion.
Samata initially came under the public eye when she astonishingly made history by becoming ‘The first British female’ to show during the Nolcha Fashion Week in New York and after being featured on prominent entertainment website Concrete Loop for this achievement.
Since then Samata has escalated from strength to strength in regards to her creativity and within the fashion industry as a fashion entrepreneur. Today Samata Angel is fully active and in March this year She joined Rajeeb Dey, founder of Enternships and co-founder of StartUp Britain, as well as Ayo Jenyo, a graduate of the National Enterprise Academy to address the Prime Minister media and a group of press at the launch Start Up Britain, a not-for-profit campaign set up to encourage budding entrepreneurs. The Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne also spoke at the event.
Personally I feel we as British born Ghanaians/ or Ghanaians should be inspired and look up to this young lady, she is successfully powerful, she used her opportunities, a lot of us ignore opportunities, or do not look for them, she has made something immaculate out of herself, and now is reaping the reward.