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Lagos Fashion Week A/W18 Presentations: Day 2- Sisiano, RE, Kenneth Ize, Style Temple, Orange Culture

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Day Two (Friday, 24th March) of the Lagos Fashion Week (#LFWNG) Autumn/Winter 2018 Presentations kicked off with a bang with collections from Sisiano, RE, Kenneth Ize, Style Temple, and Orange Culture

The Wings – Oando in Victoria Island, Lagos (Venue for the presentations) was the perfect backdrop for each designer’s collections, they presentations brought the space to life, plus there was an undeniable buzz from the ambience.

Let’s delve into each designer’s collection.

 

SISIANO

Fast rising fashion brand Sisiano by Paolo Sisiano released its Spring/Summer 2016 collection tagged ‘Birds at War’.

The collection, first unveiled at the 2015 Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week features minimalist designs in bold colours. Its fluidity and sophisticated aura will appeal to the fashion conscious.

See our selection of pieces from the collection below.

 

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RE

See collection below.

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KENNETH IZE

A fashion brand based out of Lagos created in 2013 by Nigeria born designer Kenneth Ize. Ize has a fashion and design diploma from the University of Applied Arts and Design in Vienna and has worked with Edun of Asher Levine in New York. His experience has made him flourish using his cross-cultural experiences to produce and create contemporary fashion forms in the Nigeria fashion Industry.

See collection below.

 

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STYLE TEMPLE

STYLE TEMPLE is a ladies wear brand born in the Nigeria by Og Okonkwo who from an early age she had always had an eye for design and elegance. She grew up surrounded by extremely creative and stylish women who inspired her to pursue her dream to be a designer. The Style Temple label is a combination of classic yet modern fashion and a play on a balance between the feminine and edgy.

See collection below.

 

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ORANGE CULTURE

Adebayo Oke-Lawal has been designing since the age of 10, and since officially entering the fashion industry, he’s dabbled in writing and styling, working with African designers, actors, pop stars and even magazines but design is his greatest passion, and since starting the label in 2011, he’s been hard at work trying to bring Orange Culture to the world. Adebayo Oke-Lawal describes Orange Culture as a “movement” more than a clothing line, for a creative class of men who he describes as “self aware , expressive, explorative, art-loving nomad[s].” The label previously produced womenswear options, but Oke-Lawal says he’s since decided to focus on the fellas. Combining classic and contemporary western silhouettes (like collared button-ups and lapel-less blazers) with African sensibilities, Oke-Lawal creates offerings for modern men who like a little flair, and of course: color.Orange Culture is a heady mixture of Nigerian inspired silhouettes, print fabrics and contemporary urban street wear. Since it’s inception the brand and it’s creative director have been featured in Vogue , Elle, Marie Claire, Voice of America, Financial Times, Wings, and the list goes on and on.

See the collection below.

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