Nigerian professionals from business to finance to entertainment are being increasingly internationally recognised for their works and the budding fashion industry is not left out, as after being participants at the Louis Vuitton Young Designers competition which held in Paris earlier this year, Nigerian fashion label Maki Oh have alongside reputed brand, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi and Nigerian luxury store, Temple Muse, been featured in the April 2014 Travel Issue of Vogue India.
|Vogue India April Travel Issue|
The review was featured in the 'Vogue view' section of the magazine, where spotlight was on the details that makes the individual brand.
|Lanre DaSilva Ajayi|
Lanre Da-Silva Ajayi whose contrast colour and her feminine 1940s sophistication alongside her dedication to colourful African prints won her admiration has been dominant in the Nigerian fashion scene since her eponymous label debuted seven years ago and made appearances at international fashion shows.
|Amaka Osakwe of Maki Oh|
Amaka Osakwe of Maki Oh can lay claim to having clothed American First Lady, Michelle Obama and was described as one of the brightest talents to come out of Africa is a strong believer in sustainability and tradition and thus, she makes use of an organic African dyeing process called Adire where the dye is called from indigo leaves.
|Avinash & Kabir Wadhwani of Temple Muse|
Temple Muse owned by Avinash Wadhwani; a former Selfridges buyer and brother Kabir was rated the destination gallery for luxury goods, known to carry pieces from Nigerian designers to the Global brands. offering its niche clientele designer fashion, accessories and home ware from African and global brands alike.
Credits: OnoBello.com | Vogue India
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