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The language fashion speaks today, is what everyone – no matter which tribe or race you hail from – can comfortably comprehend. Everyone likes to look great, impressive, attractive, stylish, and just different from the norm with the latest fashion styles and trends. But this doesn’t even mean you must break a bank to get it done. You do not even have to empty your purse or pockets to get those accessories or acquire some extravagant outfits. You can rock it simple and yet complex. Fashionable and yet not expensive. This is why we have researched the top 11 best fashion designers in Nigeria who make fashion possible in the most unique way and with African fabric prints designs.
And if you are still wondering if it is ever possible to achieve top-notch fashion designs in just simple ways, then you should see what creative fashion designers in Nigeria and Africa are doing stuff African fabric prints designs. They take sufficient time in analyzing materials, occasions, sizes, and putting several other factors in place to make a successful style stun. It has so much to do with creativity.
Here Are The Top 11 Best Fashion Designers In Nigeria
1. Duro Olowu
Duro grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. He has a Nigerian father and a Jamaican mother. He got into the fashion scene in 2004. His creativity in the use of the conventional African prints fabrics, the seventies tailoring and distinct color combinations have constantly put him on the table with the right people.
Duro Olowu has patterns and designs that separate him in the midst of the crowd of fashion designers. His concepts and African fabric prints designs have had their way to places like Biffi in Milan and Ikram in Chicago. Despite being African they often appear European. He was named the Best International Designer at the African Fashion Awards in 2009. Both British and American Vogue named his waist patchwork “Duro,” in 2005 as the “Dress of the Year.”
He was also one of the six nominees for the Swiss Textile Federation’s top prize of 100,000 Euros and currently one of the best fashion designers in Nigeria.
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