This Sunday we bring together three amazing creatives, womenswear designer Toju Foyeh, stylist & designer Jreason and accessory designer Didi Isah. Join us for a networking mixer, Q&A session, experience Zaron and great food this Sunday 17th of April at Samantha’s Bistro.
THE 3 CREATIVES:
Toluwaloju Olowofoyeku, the creative director and founder from whose name the brand, Toju Foyeh was coined. As a young entrepreneur, she launched her debut collection at Arise Fashion Week in December 2011 and has since then become a style phenomenon in the fashion industry both locally and internationally.
Jide Adedeji, is the creative designer and stylist behind the menswear brand / female wear, JReason founded 3 years ago. Olajide has risen in the fashion industry from humble roots as a stylist to a fashion label designer. His collections have been showcased across major fashion platforms from Ecowas fashion week to Swahili fashion week. He has styled at nearly all the major fashion shows and TV productions and now shares his style tips on a TV show titled Style 20.
Didi Isah, a unisex accessory design label with a design philosophy that has evolved to celebrate quirky elegance that sets a style agenda for affordable handcrafted design. Didi Isah’s signature is a true love of old world elegance, and modern liberties, juxtaposed to create a beautiful easy to wear expression that works for the modern man or woman.The range of jewellery, hair accessories and leather goods for men and women are all produced locally in Nigeria, and the company uses local craftsmen to create unique hand-crafted finished products.
Yetty D, as she is fondly called, is a woman with many hats. From living as a London based fashion designer to laying roots in Lagos as a Fashion and lifestyle brand expert, she is on the move inspiring others with her work.
Join her as she hosts monthly ‘1 Night in Lagos’ series.
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