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Tokyo James Makes His Debut As A Designer With First Menswear Collection – Exist

Editor in chief of Made magazine, stylist and now menswear designer, Tokyo James has unveiled his debut collection for men for Spring Summer 2016.
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Adebayo Oke-Lawal Makes A Statement With Orange Culture SS16 Collection At The 88th Pitti Uomo

Adebayo Oke-Lawal’s imagination and creativity has always put him ahead of his peers and he reminds us why with his latest Orange Culture collection, shown at Pitti Uomo no less, which is as unconventional and adventurous as always.

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Ifeanyi Nwune Goes With Timeless Black, White & Red For SS15 Capsule Collection

Ifeanyi Nwune keeps it simple for his Spring Summer ’15 capsule collection Timeless sticking to a graphic palette of red, white and black in solid blocks (worn head to toe in some looks) and stripes lighten up by a floral pattern and some sheer black pieces. Continue reading

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Okunoren Twins Draw On Traditional Yoruba Techniques For SS15

I’m very excited as I have known not just the brand but the brothers for a long time and I have watched them grow from their humble beginnings to the success that they are now and I’m very much impressed from how they have established a flagship store and are fast becoming African global ambassadors for Nigerian fashion. Continue reading

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Orange Culture’s Denim & Print Spring Summer 15 Collection – Pieces Of Her

I had the pleasure of styling Orange Culture’ SS15 collection for Lagos Design Fashion Week 2014 which gave me first hand insight into the collection. I have always been a big fan of the brand and one thing I admire about the designer Adebayo Oke Lawal is the way he pushes boundaries with his pieces and makes no apologies, you either hate it or love it. Continue reading