Dreams College of Creative Arts held its annual convocation and fashion show on November, 21, 2020.
The august event took place at the Idrowhyt Residence in Dansoman.
This year’s event was an exceptional one because the school celebrated its fifth anniversary as well as the birth of the premier graduates of the new faculty, couture ecole. Together with the regular school, 24 new designers were out doored at the convocation.
In an address by the college honcho, Dr. Clement Asemnyra, he made mention that this should not be the end of the learning process and that graduates ought to keep learning in order to stay competitive in this dynamic industry.
In a statement by the honoured guest Ms. Rebecca Donkor, she said;
“Fashion drives socioeconomic development of every country and Africa is excited to usher these amazing creatives into the fashion industry. So you all have to make sure you tap from the blissfulness in the industry as you contribute to socioeconomic development with your talents.
The school launched its foundation called Dreams Foundation Shelter. The foundation’s aim is to scout talented but less privilege young people who would be trained as part of the regular school. The foundation has already selected two people out of the scholarship contest that was put out earlier this year.
There was a showcase of talent at the fashion gala in the evening at the same venue. Guests were amazed at the show of diverse forms of garments on the runway. Following the show some students were awarded for their exceptional performance at school
Overall Best Student
Vanessa Edem- Couture Ecole
Louisa Pokua Owusu-Afriyie- Regular School
Jael Magdaline Kesse
Also the top 4 collection awards went to
Plantinum- Jennifer Apeku
Gold- Louisa Pokua Owusu-Afriyie
Silver- Jael Magdaline Kesse
Bronze- Comfort Ninkyi
Present at the event were fashion influencers, academic directors, fashion designers and bloggers