The brand also identifies its personality with organizations and individuals who take pride in looking and feeling different by creating avant-garde fashion trends which are thrilling, addictive, exciting and most importantly custom made for each client.
At a recent Presidential send of event hosted by his excellency John Mahama at the State House, for the crème de la crème of Ghana football, the brand clothed the entire Black Stars team as well as some officials of the Ghana Football Association, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and also some persons from the World Cup secretariat.
The very best of its unique African clothing styles was on full parade.
The company in a statement issued in Accra says: “Since football is the passion of the nation and Black stars represents that united aspiration, Chocolate clothed the stars in glitz and glamour by sharing that same passion in their choice of fabric and colours to celebrate the occasion.
“This momentous feat can only be dedicated to our numerous loyal customers and prospective clients who continue to push the brand to greater heights. It’s has always been our desire is to be part of a worthy course that projects Ghanaian culture to the rest of the world.
“We also believe in originality because we know this will help boost the evolution of rich African clothing to western markets.”
“Chocolate have also mounted fashion platforms like the Glitz Fashion Week, Fashionistagh Fashion Fair and clothes celebrities like M.anifest, Chris Attoh,Benny Blanco,Patrice Amegashie of Viasat, PY Boateng,BlackBoy,Stephen Appiah,Kwabena Kwabena,Yaw Ampofo Ankrah,BB Brown of ETV,Eddy Kadi, Luol Deng (Chicago Bulls),Atto Essandoh (Hollywood Actor),Tony Baffoe, DKB, Abeiku Santana, Lexi Mojo, Kwaku Sintim Misa(KSM) ,Rocky Dawuni and many more.
Finally, we are very grateful to all who are part of us and continue to believe and champion the growth of the brand. We wouldn’t be where we are without you.