Tags » Nigerian Fashion
So this really isn’t a long drawn out post.
It’s just a question I have thought to ask. I have seen dozens and dozens of look books and magazine editorials splashed out on the blogs over the last three years and I am starting to feel like maybe I should ask the question out loud. 657 more words
Everyone who knows me knows I stan hard for my favorite indigenous designers, and though Nigerian brand Republic of Foreigner is a relatively young brand, the quality and themes behind their collections and the charisma of the creative directors of the brand have utterly won me over. 96 more words
It takes a lot of guts to decide to become an entrepreneur in Nigeria, especially so if you decide to become a Nigerian designer. There are so many challenges against stacked against upstarts: a glaring lack of the most basic amenities (electricity and deficient transportation), lack of trained manpower (seamstress and pattern cutters), absence of industry, an unstable economy, lack of support for government and absence of a sales framework. 845 more words
The Lagos, Nigeria fashion scene is growing by the day. A new designer duo on the block is the Okunoren Twins. The brand, which carries the CONCEIVED IN AFRICA trademark to highlight its position as a global African brand, uses traditional weaving techniques in their ready to wear menswear collections. 79 more words
Now an undeniable force in the Nigerian cultural scene; alternative culture curator, fierce feminist and protector of all people with defined Igbo accents Yagazi Emezi is a woman of many, many talents. 211 more words