Glyncanice Fashion School students exhibit dynamic skills at maiden fashion show

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Students of Glyncanice Fashion School situated at Nyamekye, near Masalachi on Saturday exhibited excellent skills at the schools maiden fashion show.
Held at the school’s premises, the students exhibited clothes made by themselves in a plush event which saw beautiful models showcase what the school is capable of teaching.
Some of the clothes they exhibited included Bikini, wedding gowns made with African prints, casual wears and official wears for both male and female.
Ideally, they are to enroll for a year but just within three months and six months, the students had acquired the skill early enough to put up beautiful and elegant clothes.
Speaking in an interview with the CEO of Glyncanice Fashion School, Miss Gifty Ayettey explained that she takes her time to teach the students, not only manually but also uses some technology to teach the students.

“When you come to Glyncanice Fashion School, we take our time to teach you the best of what you need to know, and we also ensure that by the time you are done with the one year course, you can become a boss of your own,” she said.

She also noted that due to the mode of teaching, students are able to acquire the skills quickly, encouraging the youth, both men and women to enroll at the Glyncanice Fashion School.

She assured the youth that enrolling in the school is moderate, adding that those who are unable to afford will be given the opportunity to also study.

Radio and TV personality, who is also a client of Glyncanice Couture, Amanda Gyisi advised the youth, especially young ladies to learn a skill for themselves in order to become entrepreneurs in future.
“Gone were the days people used to think that learning how to sew was for uneducated people, today that perception is no more. As a woman, even aside your education, you need a skill so that when no one is employing you, you can do something on your own,” she added.
One of the Student’s and a model at the school, Joshua Nii Ayettey also expressed hope that with what they have been able to put together within few months, by the end of the year, he will be able to make better clothes, including sewing of suits.
Another student of Glyncanice Fashion School, Jennifer Nsaako also expressed hope that at the end of the one year, she can be able to do greater things.
She also encouraged young people to enroll at the Glyncanice Fashion School, adding that at the end of their course, they will be great fashion designers.
Ghana|| Porcia Oforiwaa Ofori