one of a kind
Omote' translates to 'girl' in Urhobo language. The edit comprises of two-in-one kimono style robes in soft satin fabrics available in three colour ways. The concept behind the design was to update a garment synonymous with femininity into a more versatile and contemporary piece that can be worn in and out of the house.
10% of the proceeds from this robe goes to Nigerian NGO Stand To End Rape
The Omamo range is a collection of hair scrunchies made from fabric cut offs of previous collection. Omamo translates as 'fruit' in Urhobo. Add some colour and sweetness to your hair with any of the scrunchies.
Ame is Urhobo translation of water. The Urhobos live very close to, and sometimes in boats on the Niger river. Most of their histories, mythologies, philosophies are water-related. Water represents the source of care and wealth in Urhobo culture.
the celebration edit
Inspired by childhood memories from celebrating Christmas in Ughelli, Nigeria. I grew up in a large family, which meant you usually got one new fancy outfit a year. The edit of four new lines features lots of shine, print and movement.
'He who brings kolanut, brings life’.
Kolanuts are served at traditional events in south Nigeria and the custom kolanut print is a signature of the brand.