Recognized for her exceptional contribution to sustainability and commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), CEO-Einstein Royalties (ER), Grace Asibi, has been awarded the ‘Top CEO Woman in Sustainable Fashion and Lifestyle of the Year’.
The award was presented to Ms. Asibi at the CEO Awards Night 2023 in Dubai, a distinguished event organised by the Global Peace Foundation and Digital Social Innovation Forum (DSIF). It acknowledges her outstanding work in raising awareness about the SDGs; her dedication to promoting sustainability within the fashion and lifestyle industry; and her active involvement in international collaboration projects.
According to the event organisers: “The title ‘Top CEO Women in Sustainable Fashion’ has been awarded due to her unique approach to sustainable fashion, her creative designs and her dedication to using high-quality materials. This award showcases her exceptional achievements and contributions to the field”.
Ms. Asibi expressed her excitement upon receiving the award, saying: “I am thrilled to share that I have been awarded the title ‘Top CEO Woman in Sustainable Fashion and Lifestyle of the Year’. This recognition is a testament to my commitment and continuous support for advocacy and implementation of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“I appreciate the acknowledgment of my contribution in spearheading awareness about the UN SDGs’ importance, especially in the context of industry, innovation and infrastructure. This award highlights our international collaboration projects and showcases the significance of sustainability in fashion and lifestyle.”
Einstein Royalties (ER) is a budding fashion brand with a distinct focus on sustainability. ER specialises in producing and selling top-quality handmade bags and clothing for medium- to high-income individuals, millionaires, monarchs and aristocrats, both locally and internationally.
“Our products are 100 percent handmade with meticulous attention to detail,” Ms. Asibi proudly emphasises. “We are involved in both men’s and women’s fashion designs, and we aim for excellence. Unlike some brands that source their materials from China, we choose high-quality materials and order them from China ourselves. Additionally, we use original leather and materials from Italy, Russia and Pakistan for our products.”
ER Fashion has been making waves in the industry, and recently had the privilege of participating in the International Designer League Season 2, Dubai 2023. During the event, ER Fashion displayed world-class products including men and women’s wear, travelling bags, ladies’ handbags and men’s office carriers. The brand was crowned with the prestigious ‘Ground Breaker of the Year’ award at the event, a testament to their exceptional designs and commitment to sustainability.
Among the dignitaries present that day on behalf of ER fashion brand was Ghanaian Ambassador to the UAE, Alhaji Ahmed Ramadan, who spoke to the event organisers to show appreciation from the Ghanaian community and ER as a fashion-brand.
Ms. Asibi noted: “We are involved in both men’s and women’s fashion designs, and we aim for excellence. Our fashion brand seeks to target high-end of the market with our top-quality, handmade products. We choose high-quality materials from China. Additionally, we use original leather and materials from Italy, Russia and Pakistan for our products.”
She further explained why ER Fashion wishes to do business in Dubai, highlighting the growing fashion market, supportive business climate and world-class infrastructure which the city offers.
Dubai provides the ideal backdrop for ER Fashion’s ambitions. With a growing fashion market, a supportive business climate and world-class infrastructure, Dubai offers a unique opportunity for brands like ER to expand their presence and promote sustainable fashion on a global scale.