It was the height of glitz and glamor. Bola Ray, Fred Nuamah, KKD and others joined more than 150 well dressed guests at the uberchic address, One Airport Square, for the much anticipated launch of the second season of An African City.
The criticallyacclaimed contemporary show, which was created by Nicole Amarteifio, follows the lives and loves of five young Ghanaian returnees as they try to find their way in 21st century Accra. As a sign of its success and popularity, the second season is being sponsored by the world’s number one champagne brand, Moët & Chandon, a development Ms Amarteifio is simply delighted with.
When commenting on the collaboration she elaborated, “Moët & Chandon is sexiness and sophistication bottled in one and so are the women of An African City, thus our partnership is a perfect fit. “No other alcoholic brand combines sexiness and sophistication in the way Moët & Chandon is able to do. Moët & Chandon is also a great global brand and that’s what we, An African City, inspire to be one day a great global brand.”
Giving reasons for the support from Moët & Chandon, the champagne company’s brand manager Mr Tsidi Dagadu said, “Moët & Chandon has been the champagne of success and glamour since 1743. The sublime quality and generous effervescence of Moët & Chandon always adds just the right touch of shimmering elegance and elevates any occasion to a Celebration.
For almost three centuries, throughout the vagaries of time and history, Moët & Chandon has remained the world’s most loved champagne and its sparkle has never dimmed. An African City, with its glamorous, educated, strong and sexy lead characters reflected the values we treasure at Moët & Chandon.
“We are happy to associate with An African City and look forward to being a part of season two’s success.” Bottles of Moët & Chandon will feature in most episodes of Season 2. For more information on Moët & Chandon, please visit their website: www.moet.com.