St. Frimpong was founded in the spring of 2007 by St. Eugene Frimpong and Kamal Ibrahim. Together they have an unfulfilled desire for perfection, which can be expressed in their designs. Their style is influenced by a mixture of African and Western culture, which to them are the epitome of everlasting glam.
Fashion designer St. Eugene Frimpong and his partner Kamal Ibrahim were both born in the West African nation of Ghana. St. Eugene Frimpong received his bachelor's degree in fashion design from the International Academy of Design and Technology - Chicago. By mixing their African heritage with a little glam, St. Frimpong emits an enticing new look to the mainstream fashion industry.
"I am fashion designer, fashion has always been a part of my life. As a designer, I want my garments to tell stories about who I am and where I come from. I wanted to join the fashion industry because the clothes in Ghana were not form-fitting for the women and I wanted to fix just that. The women who wear my clothes aren't afraid to be themselves and be free.
I believe that fashion is not just the garment, it is the story behind the garment that makes it unique. That's why my garments are edgy, confident, and elegant, with a flare of culture; made for the modern woman."
- Eugene Frimpong