Lagos, the city of art, creativity and excellence, kicked off this year’s edition of Lagos Fashion Week on October 24th at the Federal Palace Hotel, and per usual fashion designers and fashion, lovers brought their A-game.
For day one, the show began with Orange Culture and ended with Tokyo James. Other top designers, like Yutee Rone, DZYN, and Eki Silk also presented along with emerging designers such as Bloke, Wuman and Jermaine Bleu.
Orange Culture unveiled its SS20 “Goodbye to Me” collection brightening up the runway with androgynous silhouettes, colourful prints of hand-dyed cotton and beaded vest made in Rwanda. According to the label, the collection “venture deep into the necessary and progressive need for men and women to look within themselves and fight the demons that constantly hunt them.”
Nigerian artist, Elghosa Osunde also inspired the collection with an original art piece that pictured the collection’s story through beautiful shapes.
Photo Credit: Kola Oshalusi (Insigna)
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