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Posts tagged with ‘nigerian designer’

  • White Button Down Boyfriend Shirt + Ankara Print Midi Skirt

    By SP on December 19, 2016
    I’m a sucker for sisters that work together and make a dynamic duo. After all, my sister and I created and run Loft324.com side by side. When I came across Ife’s Closet, not only did I fall in love with the pieces, their story reminded me of the sissy and I. Check ’em out. Kudos, ladies. I’m a fan! Shirt: […]
  • Maki Oh RTW Fall 2014 Lookbook

    By admin on March 14, 2014
    In attempt to nourish and support up and coming fashion designers, the LVMH program was created to award designers who capture the love of a worthy jury, which consists of Nicholas Ghesquiere, Marc Jacobs, Karl Lagerfield and many other fashion greats. This year one of the contestants, Nigeria’s very own Maki Oh, debuted her RTW fall 2014 collection, that was […]
  • Duro Olowu Fall 2014 RTW Collection

    By admin on February 24, 2014
    Duro Olowu will hit the 10 year mark for his brand later this year. In that 10 years he has carved out a very distinct identity, one that is easily recognizable as unique to him season in and out. This Fall, Olowu presented a collection that was comfortable in it’s own skin. Every piece within was in some way a […]
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  • Duro Olowu Fall 2013 Collection

    By admin on July 19, 2013
    Nigerian born designer Duro Olowu has long been a favorite of Michelle Obama’s, and with good reason. For his Fall 2013 collection, Olowu tackles multiple trends that are sure to rule the season. From whimsical feathers, and colorful metallics, to folky textiles, and even the appearance of a well tailored cape; his ambitious designs have a sense of refinement that […]
  • Forest Print Silk Caftan – Beach Day

    By SP on July 11, 2011
    Yesterday was a beach day for us. A little windy, but it was a blast. Greg and I get so much joy from just watching the kids play and be free. They build sand castles, dig “wells”, play pretend ‘mom & dad’, fly kites – roll around in sand and get dirty! I wore one of my favorite caftans. My […]
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  • Onna Ehrlich Bags

    By SP on August 12, 2009
    Onna Ehrlich, who is a dear friend to Style Pantry, burst on the fashion scene in 2004 with a unique accessory line inspired by her African roots. From handbags hand made with vibrant, lush leathers in variety of colors to unbelievable snake skin belts, Ehrlich was able to take her Nigerian heritage and combine it with the laid back sophistication […]