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Made in Ghana with practices that are good for people and the planet



Morgan’s aim is to design and create high quality products that showcase the best of West African natural materials. Her hope is to inspire bold and functional self-expression through the use of color, pattern, and social impact.

“What you wear defines your personality; align your style with your values.” Through creating sustainable employment and training programs for artisans & leadership opportunities for women, Geometric makes products not only good for people wearing them, but also good for those crafting them with natural materials, from start to finish..

Morgan was a Youth & Yunus Global Fellow for social entrepreneurship in 2020. Her background in teaching, community development, and social impact defines and guides her business model.


Patron leads our leather processing production. He was trained by our Master Trainers on international leather standards & natural processing techniques used at Geometric. He developed our leather dyeing process alongside his teammates by using natural ingredients such as lime, coconut water, and rust from found metals. Read more about our process on our Product Care & Materials.

As a person with a physical disability who has benefited from his craft, he hopes to teach the art of craftsmanship to others with physical disabilities. By creating this space, Patron shows all of us the possibilities that exist when we practice inclusivity in handcrafted design and the creative industries.
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Felicia is one of our artisan team members creating GEOMETRIC Bags & accessories.


Apana recently joined the leather artisan team and quickly applied skills in leather dying and leather processing. His knowledge of the leather trade derives from his background growing up in the Upper East, Bolgatanga region of Ghana where basket weaving and leather craftsmanship is part of his family tradition and livelihood.

Apana brings his love of art to Geometric and is passionate about building up local artistry, promoting Ghanaian craftsmanship, and showing others that it is possible to build a career in the handcrafted industry.

Apana also has a degree from Ghallywood, African film village where he studied camera and introduction to lighting, editing and sound. He is interested in movie making, documentaries, and sound engineering. He has experience in making documentaries and is excited to apply his diverse background in art & creative industries to his work at Geometric.
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Musah joined Geometric as the HR & Operations Officer. He is the brains behind coordinating our properties, taking care of staff welfare, and the smooth running of our operations. With a degree in HR from Valley View University, Musah is excited to be working in his career field and applying his skills in administration at Geometric.


Audrey started with Geometric as the Sales and Operations Associate. She quickly applied her background in fashion and design and moved up to Production Manager in 2022. She has always had a keen interest in the fashion world and is currently studying fashion design at Joyce Ababio College of Design in Accra, Ghana. Audrey’s future aspirations are to influence the fashion industry by creating timeless designs and hopes to gain this experience while working with Geometric in Ghana.
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Nana Poley is the Retail Manager at GEOMETRIC and style expert at our Flagship Store in Accra, Ghana. Nana holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Journalism) and a Masters in Media Management from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Nana has made an imprint on Ghanaian creativity, particularly in the fashion industry, as a multi-disciplined creative, and is looking forward to contributing to the company by curating customer experiences in Accra and building brand awareness. Also, at the same time, honing his skills in fashion retail at GEOMETRIC.

Nana produced & coordinated several campaigns and photoshoots. Among them are Gucci x Manju Journal, prince of wales state dinner fashion show, Glitz Africa Fashion week campaign, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week campaign, & Clash Magazine.

Growing up in Accra’s Nima neighborhood was like being the fruit loop in a box of cheerios. Nana used his diverse world view to his advantage & explored all that Accra has to offer. If you get the chance, be sure to ask him about the city's latest hotspots, fashion events, or creative experiences.
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Suleman is a Master Metalsmith who runs his own shop at the Art Center in Labadi. He inherited the love of jewelry design and use of traditional metalsmithing techniques from his Grandfather. Suleman is a true representation of artisan work being passed down from generation to generation. His hope is to grow his business and pass his skills on to his children.
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Juliana is a seamstress who began making her own designs while at university in Ghana. She saw a need for bag repair when many of her friends didn’t know how to fix damaged school and work bags. She had always loved design and fashion, so she began repairing people’s old bags and creating her own designs. Now Juliana is a versatile and skilled self-taught seamstress and handbag artisan. Her work with Geometric allowed her to grow her own business and eventually leave her full-time job. Check out @efiamadge on Instagram to see Juliana’s creative designs.
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Solomon is a Master Beadsmith who makes our Glass Bead jewelry. He is from the Krobo region of Ghana where the tradition of making glass beads from recycled glass bottles and scraps has been a part of the community for generations. He is passionate about teaching others about the importance of bead-making in Ghanaian culture and he is a true creative who never fails to make something entirely new. Check out his stand on the East Legon Police station road to see his original work.
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Geometric partners with raw materials suppliers in Ghana, Mali, and Cote d’Ivoire. These partnerships sustain artisan work in hand-woven textile production, leather, brass, and beads. We aim to invest back into the supply chain to create employment and business opportunities in Africa. Additionally, 90% of our packaging materials are made in Ghana with the aim of using as little plastic as possible. No plastic and reusable packaging goals by 2022! Check out our Product Care page for more information on our materials.
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