Aba Sasaako
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I love the vibrancy and quirkiness of African prints and I want to make their unusual beauty more accessible to fashionistas everywhere.

Sasaako produces chic and original ladies wear (primarily dresses) for fun-loving and trend-setting women. The label focuses on African printed textiles and that’s what makes it unique and memorable. What makes Sasaako stand out is simple: flattering and fashion-forward designs, show stopping bold African prints, high quality garment construction. The dresses are made from limited edition fabrics and therefore only a handful of each style are available to buy. Anyone wearing a Sasaako dress will feel amazing, pretty and unique and will always catch people’s eye and receive compliments!
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My background is in marketing and PR. Fashion has always been a hobby - but now it's also a micro-business.

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At 13:28 on August 7, 2010, Laricea Ioana Roman said…
Dear Aba,

My name is Laricea Ioana Roman and I am a student at Kingston University, London (KU ID 0942659). I am doing a Master in Marketing, Advertising and Communications and at the moment I am writing my Dissertation. My topic is related to ethical clothing, more specifically, I am investigating how personal values influence customers' decision to buy ethical clothing. In order to come up with some answers for my topic, I need some opinions from people who actually bought ethical clothes.

This is the reason why I am kindly asking you to help me and fill in my questionnaire. It will take you no more than 10 minutes and you can win three books and £30 vouchers!

Thank you for your consideration,

Laricea Ioana Roman
At 12:01 on April 8, 2010, jacqueline said…
have you joined the africa and ghana groups yet?

could be good for us all to network with you on there too!
At 11:32 on February 25, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Aba, I'd like to discuss the possibilty of some form of collaboration

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