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Martell, the world’s oldest house of cognac, recently celebrated the debut of Nuits De Martell, a series of iconic nights hosted by lifestyle influencers, with Kweku Boateng Akuoku popularly known as Brommon, a designer, style influencer and CEO of Brommon Bespoke.
Nuits de Martell was held in Accra at Sky Bar 25 on the rooftop of Villagio as an intimate affair attended by nearly 300 notable professionals, personalities and clients of Brommon including renowned Ghanaian footballer, Stephen Appiah, Television and Radio Journalist, Nathaniel Attoh, Celebrity Stylist, Kelvincent, Miss Universe Ghana 2017, Ruth Quarshie, actors, Prince David Osei and Harold Amenyah, and Glitz Fashion Awards founder, Claudia Lumor.
Brommon explored his distinctive vision for hosting while relishing signature Martell cocktails over the soundtrack of Afrobeat and hip-hop played by award-winning DJ Mic Smith. Martell Brand Ambassador, Joseph Baffour Diawuoh welcomed guests to the world of Martell and invited Brommon to say a few words about the collaboration.
“Luxury, style and craftmanship are some of the things I am most passionate about. It was an honour to host the very first edition of Nuits De Martell and bring the Martell spirit of curiosity to life with my closest friends, colleagues and clients,” shared Brommon whose luxury fashion house boasts of custom boutiques in Ghana and Nigeria.
Nuits De Martell, translated into English as Martell Nights, will invite influencers from various lifestyle industries to host their ideal evening among their preferred circle of influence.
Martell was founded by Jean Martell in 1715 at the height of French art de vivre, when gastronomy, taste and craftsmanship were celebrated and enjoyed with style. These became the three pillars of the House of Martell and remain intrinsic to the Martell vision today. For three centuries, Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs including Martell VSOP Aged in Red Barrels and Martell VS Single Distillery.