Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Meet Nigerian young fashion designer who designed for President Jonathan, Governors, many others

It is amazing how young Nigerians are breaking new grounds despite many challenges facing the country.
This 25 year old Nigerian, Ola-Abraham Emmanuel, the CEO of Owambe clothings is one of the few designers who has change the face of fashion in Nigeria.
A trained journalist but found love in fashion designing from NYSC orientation camp.
After his NYSC, he established his company Owambe Clothings with 18 employees.
In less than a year, his company has sewn over 3,000 Nigerian attires.
He also designed clothes for president Goodluck Jonathan, Gov Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, top celebrities, civil servants and government officials.
Last year, this dude organised Africa's Largest fashion show, a show where he featured 112 models from Nigeria, Togo, Benin Republic, Ghana to exhibit his designs in one show and one event. That show had more than 800 guests in attendance, and the Gov of Ogun state was there represented.
Information reaching us it that, this guy is planning something big again which he called freedom fashion week, where he will bring all fashion businesses in africa to a point. This dude is the next big thing coming out of Nigeria.
In case you want him to sew for you. Contact owambe clothings on 08165314466 or 29292f74.
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