Zynnell Zuh ‘Blows’ GH¢ 5,000 On Mermaid Dress
Actress Zynnell Zuh has announced her presence back on the ‘slaying’ scene by showing yet another glamour side of her at the 2018 Ghana Make-Up Awards.
Indeed, she was missing in action when the stars pulled out all the stops for the biggest night in the showbiz calendar dazzling in different ensembles at the 2018 VGMAs red carpet.
But she brought her fashion in a glamorous way when she stepped out for the 2018 edition of Ghana Make-Up Awards on Saturday at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra.
She wore an embellished halter neck mermaid gown which turned numerous heads toward her direction. It was a floor length, body hugging mermaid dress, and the colours looked beautiful on her skin. She looked glamourous and amazing in the dress designed by Sima Brew, one of Ghana’s acclaimed celebrity designers.
“The dress is simple nice and well detailed. It’s just that I am not sure about the hem if it was all supposed to be filled up with the fabric or it was intentional,” Kophi Faakye, a fashion designer, said in his assessment of the dress.
NEWS-ONE has also picked signals the actress has ‘blown’ GH¢ 5,000 for the custom-made dress but she won’t confirm or deny it when she was contacted.
Zynnell, who was adjudged the 2018 most glamourous celebrity at the Ghana Make-Up Awards, remains one of Ghana’s style icons and actresses whose outfits on red carpet always make the headlines.
“I’m a visual and a very detailed person. My world is a happier place when I’m surrounded by what I perceive to be beautiful design so from the interior of my home, how my clothes and shoes are displayed in my closet, how I wrap up gifts and even when it comes to my work as a film producer. It’s important to me that things look nice and, of course, of good quality so the way I dress is the natural extension of my appreciation of aesthetics,” she once said about her style.
“My style is a fusion of latest fashion trends and along with a choice of my own and it is inspired by my favourite colours, what’s in style, old Hollywood style icons like Marilyn Monroe and Kathrine Hepburn, various foreign cultural fashion trends like those from France, Italy, India, etc, my mood and, of course, the impression I want to leave that day,” Zynnell added.
Source: Daily Guide