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Mai Atafo Talks about Issues Facing Fashion Start-ups

Ace Fashion designer, Mai Atafo was recently hosted in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He spared quality time out of his busy schedule to anchor a mentorship session with budding fashion start up brands. 1,286 more words


New Ladies Apparel Brand Launches on Saturday || Raani Collections

​Hello Fellas!! Have You Heard About The New Apparel Brand in town
To All The Classic ladies, RAANI Collections Is Here To satiate Your Yearn For Fine Tailoring . 73 more words

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A DHL t-shirt that costs €249, the notorious stitched together ‘diaper-butt‘ denims made from reworked vintage jeans, the oversized hoodies emblazoned with ‘don’t fu*& with me’ slogans; whether you love it or hate it, … 635 more words

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Urban Talents to Watch out for at African Urban Fashion Show Season 2

PIT Theatre, Obafemi Awolowo University would once again serve as a backdrop on the 24th of September as African Urban Fashion Show (AUFS) returns for its second season. 263 more words



As a socially conscious teen born into a rough neighbourhood, I was particularly conscious of being hemmed in at all corners by The Great Unwashed. Immersing myself in poetry and art from a young age, I would often wish our neutral country was thrust into a period of political instability, just so my cohorts at school would care………about something, anything. 877 more words

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NSPK Designer Spotlight Interview || Yemzi London (Exclusive)

Elizabeth Yemi Akingbade, Creative director Yemzi discusses Yemzi silk, her British-Nigerian link, and her highly anticipated SS17 collection Gold label-2 (high-end) to be unveiled during London Fashion Week in Dalston. 489 more words


Bohemian-inspired Tee shirt line by Zoe Love Design

Zoe Love Design in a bohemian-inspired tee shirt line the caters to the black femmes with a love of culture, art, and vibrant design. ZLD was founded by sisters Sharlene and Michelle who got the idea after being unable to find clothing that they felt represented them as Afro-Bohemians who don’t identify with a lot of the mainstream apparel that is available. 36 more words

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