Thursday, January 17, 2013

Face2face Africa Maiden Edition of Glossy Magazine Launched @ NYC’s Empire State Building


The much awaited unveiling of the high-end contemporary pan-African F2FA magazine attracted many dignitaries and media buffs at the awesome Empire State Building in New York City on Friday January 11, 2013.


(L-R) Stephen Chukumba from Restless Media, Sandra Appiah, Charles Brunold from Loius Purple, and guest.

“F2FA is a dream fulfilled. A dream stemmed from a desire to change the story for someone who is going through what I experienced as a teenager,” the 23-year-old Editor-in-Chief, Sandra Appiah said. She said the mission is to redefine Africa in the modern world and shape black culture.

Boateng and Peter Jallah from Newsweek.

Sandra Appiah and Isaac Boateng with model Nneana Agba.

“If you believe that our mission is important and you want to continue seeing subsequent issues, you simply have to support and spread the word,” said 28-year-old Publisher Isaac Boateng calling on the global community to support F2FA Magazine.

Sandra Appiah with notable playwright, radio host and political commentator Esther Armah.

F2FA will have a special Red Carpet LA launch in February and other special launching ceremonies will follow in Accra and London this spring.



Photos by Alex Borghi.







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