After the successful release of its spring/summer capsule earlier this year, Lagos-based label Henri Uduku has returned this season to show off the continuous use of African Tie Dye fabrics (Adire) as part of its 2019 Resort collection.
The new releases tagged “Ja Ara E” see an overarching theme of mustard and different shades of brown across the tunics and pants. The collection focuses on the marbling technique while detailing sees Fulani inspired paper embroidery as accents.
The collection is inspired by one of the designer’s childhood memories about a “hideous” Kaftan his parents had made by a local tailor for Christmas. It came in an uninspiring brown Adire print that he very much disliked.
See more photos from the campaign below.
Photography: Henry Uduku
Models: Eseosa Belo-Osagie and Ikenna Onuchukwu
Styling: Amina Odey
Assists: Nkem Uduku and Joel Udeh
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