ATTO TETTEH is a men’s wear brand, founded in October 2014, and is based in Accra, Ghana.
The brand believes Africa has a story yet to be told. The African man, bold, strong and courageous has always been fashionable. Colour, warmth, energy, sophistication and sartorial elegance is our description of this fashion sense.
George Tetteh, a young menswear designer, is the creative director and founder of ATTO TETTEH.
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