Streetwear Brands in Ghana You Should Know

Several streetwear brands in Ghana are gaining popularity both locally and internationally as the country is gradually becoming a fashion hub. Streetwear fashion is almost becoming the norm of fashion, thanks to social media.

Some of these Ghanaian streetwear fashion houses have been endorsed by many A-List celebrities around the world. Here are some of the notable brands:

Notable Streetwear Brands in Ghana 

Fear No Man Clothing (FNM) 

Fear No Man was started by a Ghanaian entrepreneur, Kulaperry. The streetwear brand is poised to dominate the urban African fashion sector. Among the company’s items are t-shirts, shirts, caps, and jackets. 


Complex Department 

Complex Department is a fashion company recognized for creating elegant, urban designs that accentuate the wearer’s fun and artistic side. Founded by David Atanko, this Ghanaian streetwear brand prioritizes self-expression and originality. 

Complex Department’s collections range from conventional streetwear to punk-inspired ensembles, with bright and edgy designs. Their works frequently feature stunning graphics and typography that make anyone stand out in a crowd. 

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Kojo Kusi’s brand stands out in the fashion business for its creative designs that push the boundaries of traditional fashion. Studio Kojo Kusi‘s creations include anything from futuristic coats to hats with daring writing in bright hues. Many Ghanaian celebrities, including Okyeame Kwame, Pappy Kojo, Ria Boss, Stonebwoy, Kwaku DMC, and others, have worn Studio Kojo Kusi designs. 


Free The Youth (FTY)

You cannot list streetwear brands in Ghana without mentioning Free The Youth. It is a collective of young artists devoted to helping African children and breaking into worldwide art scenes. The brand was launched in 2013 by Jonathan Coffie, Kelly Foli, Winfred Mensah, and Richard Kweku Ormano.

The fashion company has collaborated with well-known brands such as Daily Paper, Off-White, and others. The collective’s initial collection, which debuted in late 2015, included t-shirts and sweatshirts with the statement “this pain printed on cotton” and was shown during Accra Fashion Week 2017. 


Subwae Studios

Subwae Studios, founded in 2018 by Christopher Akpo, is committed to promoting Ghanaian culture and heritage through fashion. The brand believes in sustainability and appropriate material sourcing. Its designs incorporate elements of Ghanaian culture with architecture, art, and the natural landscape. The fashion industry has taken notice of Subwae Studios’ distinctive approach.


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Tribe of God 

Tribe of God, founded by Jude Dontoh, Emmanuel Sam-Amoah, and George Malm, is heavily influenced by African culture and spirituality. With bold designs and stunning drawings that convey stories about the people and their beliefs, Tribe of God’s collections pay respect to the continent’s rich history and heritage. 

Their major concern is sustainability. T-shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts, for example, are constructed from high-quality organic cotton and recycled polyester.


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Kusi Kubi established PALMWINE IceCREAM (PWIC), which employs used garments and accessories from Accra’s Kantanamo Market to produce gender-skewing designs that include cut-out tailoring, patched-together leather pants, asymmetric shirts, and pelmet skirts.



KWAKYE, a Ghanaian entrepreneur, launched Alchemy, an emergent streetwear brand. This streetwear brand offers an eclectic, edgy but sophisticated, and urban experience. WizKid, King Promise, Joey B, La Meme Gang, and others have worn it.


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Vigi Force (Vigilante Force) 

Vigilante Force (or simply Vigi Force) is one of the streetwear brands in Ghana that uses local resources and up-cycling for 100% of its products & packaging thereby contributing to environmentally friendly initiatives and affordable and sustainable fashion. 

VIGI Force also enjoys massive endorsement and patronage from top Ghanaian entertainers like Darko Vibes, Dance God Llyod, Kwesi Arthur, etc. 



Philip Okyere Agyapong, often known as Paps, founded Fumais Clothing in 2017. The concept of providing distinctive apparel for young people motivated this streetwear business. Celebrities that appeal to young Ghanaians use FUMAIS apparel. FUMAIS apparel is worn by musicians such as King Promise, Moore Sound, Joey B, RJZ, DarkoVibes, and many more.


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