Bucolic is an African luxury fashion brand. The company was started in 2010 by a Ghanaian-American designer, Eugenia Asante. The word, Bucolic, means ‘of or relating to the pleasant aspects of the
countryside and rural life’, typically associated with one’s tradition. The brand name was strategically chosen to embody the merger between rich culture and highly fashionable clothing.
Bucolic uses Ghanaian culturally enriched prints, such as Vlisco Holland Dutch, a high quality wax print, to maintain the authenticity
and luxury of the garments produced. The designs and colors represents: originality, style and elegance engulfed in rich African heritage.
Bucolic deals in high fashion couture gowns, bridal gowns, and contemporary clothing, and accessories. Bucolic presented its first women’s collection and won second place in the 2012 upscale fashion
show competition organized by TrendyCulture in Abuja, Nigeria. The brand was also featured in Marymount University’s Voyage to Utopia Fashion Show and the 2013 DC’s Fashion Law Week Intelligent
Design Runway Show.
Bucolic has been giving back to its community ever since its inception through the Bucolic Foundation (A Stitch in Time Saves a Child). It participated in Yesliberia (www.yesliberia .com) which helps raise money for underprivileged children.
Bucolic Directors and Staff
Chief Executive Officer/ Designer
Eugenia A. Asante, BS
Chief Operating Officer
Jennifer Kwakye, MPH
Executive/ Creative Director
Lady Mae Wright, BS
Public Relations Manager
Andrea Kamara-Dunbar, BA
Tetteh A. Quaynor, J.D
K. Blache, BS
Stephanie A. Ofori