Ejike Amos Tafiri ss20

What I love about Ejiro Amos Tafiri’s New Release

I first discovered the Ejiro Amos Tafiri brand some years back in LFDW (Lagos fashion design week). I noticed the unique combination of fabric and the luxe around the brand. Checked them out on Instagram, loved it but that was it, I didn’t follow.

Just this morning, I came across it again on BellaNaija. I had to take a proper look. Ejiro Amos Tafiri is pure luxury. When you think of fashion as wearable art, this collection should come to mind. I dare to say its everything for a woman with an edge in fashion. It is eccentric, artistic, girly and chic.

Check this out.

In a statement by the brand, they wrote

Our SS20 collection is inspired by the recent global outcry for gender equality and the need for women’s voices to be heard. The aim was to send a message of hope. We started this collection to lend our voice to this course, hence the theme “Pump up the Volume” on women’s voices. It is therefore inspired by the need to speak up against all forms of oppression.

This collection features hand-drawn batik with notes of liberation by women of “The Adara Foundation”. The silhouettes are highlighted in the impeccable tailoring from the Brand’s Atelier featuring handwoven indigenous fabric- Aso-Oke intricately beaded and fused with laces, silks, chiffons, and satin.

With every detail intricately sourced and put together, we created a fun, multi-textured collection with classic silhouettes and voluminous sleeves which allows our woman to be delicate yet powerful, seen and heard.

Here is the rest of the collection.

I think this collection is an exhibition of pure creativity and artistic sophistication. The play of colours, the mix of prints and the silhouettes is something that is quite interesting and stood out in this collection.

Check out other designs by this brand in their instagram page

Do you like any of these? Which one will you rock to a Christmas party? Let me know in the comment.

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