We have one goal and one goal only: to bring out the confidence in you. You are a woman and that means everything. You are not just beautiful you are also strong. And not just that you are lovable, gentle, unique in every intricate way. You are powerful. And we believe that that power transforms you and brings hope to those around you and beyond. That is the meaning of Mabel Brempong.

My name is Sandra Owusu-Antwi. I was born in the beautiful country of Ghana. My favorite memories from my time there includes the food, the culture, and of course the beautiful colors in the clothing. The fashion to me was breathtaking! The surprising shapes, mixed patterns, vibrant hues! Early on in life, I was adopted by my parents Mabel and Brempong Owusu-Antwi who taught me that I was loveable, beautiful, strong and powerful. In my desire to give back to the world the strength and light instilled in me, I created Mabel Brempong. Mabel Brempong is more than just high-fashion, but instead, a declaration of every woman who wraps herself in our clothing, to see herself as well dressed, effortlessly beautiful, and Empowered.

We will empower generations

We’re creating Mabel Brempong to change the world, both in the individual like you and I, but also in communities that may have been neglected and need to be reminded that they, too, are Mabel Brempong. Hence, 10% of the profits and influence we generate yearly will be used to help create jobs by building fashion training centers and factories in countries with high homelessness rates, starting from Ghana. These training centers will be used to train capable homeless young people in the art of making clothes. The factories will hire those who’re able to complete our training programs. They will be paid fair wages to ensure that they too are able to stand on their own two feet. This will, in return, prevent their future generations from having to experience the pains of homelessness. I want to give the opportunity for a better education, a better life, and a better future that may seem impossible for the some, just as my parents opened their hearts, gave me a chance, and provided those things for me. Mabel Brempong aims to achieve this under the Mabel and Brempong Owusu-Antwi Foundation in honor of my parents, who for most of their lives gave freely to those in need and gave hope to those who’d none.