Samata is an entrepreneur working across fashion and media, most recently founding THE TRIBE in 2016. THE TRIBE is a global collective, created for women to empower and celebrate each other. The womenswear
It’s my 5th year at the #Oscars with @redcarpetgreendress and THIS year I decided to wear a SAMATA original! It’s made from locally sourced luxury fabrics, handmade in Great Britain, made with love and blessed by my ancestors. More about the story behind my look and why I chose to wear my own creation (my 2nd own-design) to the awards this time around, shortly before I launch my womenswear label @Samata_Official, click on the LINK in BIO! _______________________________________________________ #SamataWomen #Designer #Oscars2016 #RCGD #GhanaGirl #innocentemessy #SamatasOwn
Her work has been featured in E! Entertainment, The Huffington Post, Women’s Wear Daily, ELLE, InStyle, Essence, Red Magazine, Refinery 29 and more. She is also Editor of SamataHome.com, a portal for her work and personal style, a board for curated style pointers and a central hub for the like-minded to discover and connect.
Samata works on several philanthropic and charitable projects. In 2006 Samata recorded a spoken word charity single for music project entitled Enfants Soldats, later organising a fundraising concert in Freetown, Sierra Leone for a public sanitation project. In September 2009 Samata designed costumes for the ITV News team as part of the ‘Newsroom’s Got Talent’ fundraiser benefitting Leonard Cheshire Disability and Helen & Douglas House Hospice for Children and Young Adults. A keen philanthropist, Samata is an active fundraiser for America’s soon-to-be first plant-based school, MUSE School CA, founded by Suzy Amis Cameron and James Cameron, where over 50% of the children are on financial aid. She is also an advocate for international organisation Women for Women International.
Read up about Samata on Wikipedia.