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Bohten recently wrapped up its first collaboration with Mr. Tailor Club, dubbed "The Artisan Series."

Mr. Tailor Club is a sartorial platform designed to educate gentlemen on how to dress well and see mens attire from a tailor's perspective.

This initiative is the brainchild of Nana Bediako, a Ghanaian fashion designer based in Canada.

Schooling initially in Ghana, he began creating clothes and accessories for his peers and local students in mind. He realised early that creating his own niche, in addition to a reputation for quality and a refined brand experience would be key factors in building a successful business.

Beyond building his own clothing line, Nana enjoys teaching the trade to interested young people who come across his work.

He also shared that while he believes the global fashion industry is heading in the right direction, there is still considerable work to be done on issues like blatant copying of designs, fair wages for workers and the waste in the industry..

Here are some images from the campaign.

To watch his first compilation of films on tailored pieces, visit and subscribe for updates.

Also visit to purchase the classy Aristotle Gold Tone Ebony frames.

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