Congrats to Kenzo as he joins H&M Designers

Kenzo Joins Forces With H&M PARIS — Hennes & Mauritz has teamed with Kenzo to create a limited-edition line for the Swedish retailer. The capsule collection will hit select H&M stores and go online November 3.“Since joining the house in 2011, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have set their own fashionagenda with collections full of bold colors and vivid prints, revealed through high-impact shows,artist collaborations and creative digital campaigns,” H&M stated. “Global […]

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DKL Designs launches Male collection Tagged ‘Tameless”

New collection from DKL Designs Themed ‘Tameless’ is about expressing yourself in a fearless way through very bold and edgy outfits,we love the beautiful nice cut out outfit and well defined colours…. Our favourite is the old school infusion the model did justice to the poise….  This bold collection comes with alot of attitude and fierceness. The diversity in the collection is to showcase […]

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House of Deola releases new bridal collection “Komole”

Former eponymous label, Deola Sagoe has revamped and rebranded her high fashion brand with first, a change in nomenclature to House of Deola and the introduction of a breathtaking bridal wear, the Komolle Kandids Range. Deola Ade Oje shares with Style Vitae the idea  behind the Komole bride and also shares deep insight on her inspiration behind the collection, the approach taken to bring each piece […]

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Designer TAC releases new Ad Campaign- Monochrome Love

   This Campaign blew us off our socks! We love the mix of patterns and the monochrome colours. Nigerian emerging brand TAC, a designer to watch out for this year 2016 unveils its Ad Campaign– ‘Stripped Splash’. The campaign featured emerging model, Adeywealth and was styled by emerging talent, King Duke.   Shoot Credits Photography:  Ifeme C.S (IG: @mrfayroh) Styling: King Duke(IG: @kingdukestyles) Designer: […]

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Meet The Top 15 Emerging Fashion Designers Of The Year!

In the early 90s, finding a young indigenous designer in Nigeria to make fashionable pieces and at reasonable prices was almost unfathomable. Fast forward to 2010 and the years after and the situation has completely changed for the better. At the alarming rate at which the fashion industry is growing, one wouldn’t be surprised if this industry eventually becomes one of the big earners […]

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