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Nana Akua Addo Reveals Her Stunning AMVCA Dress Cost $6,000

Ghanaian fashion icon Nana Akua Addo has disclosed the price of her dress for the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA).

In an interview with the BBC Pidgin, Nana Akua Addo emphasized that she doesn’t spend excessively on her stunning outfits.

She revealed that her dress for the AMVCA cost $6,000, which she considers to be within her budget.

Nana Akua Addo explained that she plans at the beginning of each year, deciding which red-carpet events she will attend and allocating funds for her looks.

According to her, as a family-oriented person, she ensures that her fashion choices align with her family’s budgetary discussions.

“It takes me like one year to plan what I do. I wouldn’t sit here and take all the credit for what I do. I have a creative team that advises and directs me. They send me looks and we argue about it, brainstorm and after that one look is selected then I will think about how to resource the material.

“However, when I am on any Nigerian platform, I come as if I am at the Met Gala. However, when I do that I don’t try to break the bank. I select how many red carpets I want to be on for a year.

“For what I do I think it is production because there are so many things involved because of how artistic and different I really want to look.

“In doing this I don’t try to break the bank, I am not trying to rob any other person. I am a family person so everything is on budget, and everything is being spoken about. I don’t really worry myself that much.

I would rather give myself time and think how to put things together. I don’t really pressure myself that is why I take my time,” she said.

Source – Tru News Report

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