Other than a few, no other brand has been as impactful as Red Cotton Boutique on the silhouette we have come across on annual runways over the last few years: an African print dinner dress, a stretchy African print maternity dress, an African print foot-long open-jacket with a black jean and an inner tube, African print casualwear, all for women.

This season, Naa Kwarley Sikanartey and co reiterated that influence in a collection that continued where the last one left off, reminding the industry who got the idea in the first place.

The winter embodiment of the RCB girl we’re still getting to know was less of strictly a workaholic and more of a mixture of work-party-resort freak.

After disrupting archaic office dress codes last season, the brand set its sights on the daily clothing needs of the contemporary afro-urban woman, giving the high-class woman more than she bargained for in super-flashy, high quality couture. Naa, certainly, cared much about the African weather because her designs allow enough air to reach the body.

Red Cotton was founded over ten (10) years ago by creative designer Naa Kwarley Sikanartey , joined by CEO Naomi Coppedge in 2018 to enhance the development of the brand’s global reach.

The company has evolved into a fashion home for women looking for beautifully made contemporary African print clothes with superb customer service.

Designs from Red Cotton are contemporary with focus on the heritage of the African print and the Ghanaian women’s sense of style, making the clothes perfect for the busy modern woman.

Styles are available for work, play and special occasions in every colour including black, blue, white, and mixed prints. Red Cotton has select-designs for men and children and plan to expand in those areas as well.

With top notch customer service being their hallmark, RCB desires to provide each and every customer the best boutique experience at all times.

The label’s designs are available worldwide on their website with expedited shipping, and locally at their stores at Spintex, East Legon, and Labone.

See the new mixed collection below: