The designer is yet to release her debut collection which is also her ss2011 offering but One Nigerian Boy goes in studio and gets a sneak peek at the much awaited collection.
A closer look at the Aso-oke fabric in turquoise. The collection also possesses the fabric in Pink.
The shapes in the collection are reminiscent of early Parisian couture and she’s pulling all sorts of cultural elements both from music and Nigerian tradition. Her use of the ‘Aso-Oke’ fabric which is iconic and quintessentially Nigerian shows her interplay with modernist trappings and traditional vibes she picked up whilst spending her earlier years in Nigeria.
The colors include white, black, turquoise, lemon green and pink which create a vibrant color palette.
The front of this dress can be draped in different ways
I’m glad and honored to be friends with such an amazing talent and I’m not being biased by declaring that I find her collection flawless. There are so many desirable pieces in them and when this collection finally lands I bet you all would be blown away.
What are your thoughts on the collection?