Pappaz Attirez, a Nigerian bespoke fashion brand that caters to both male and female audiences has unveiled its latest ageless-inspired collection themed “The PEERLESS collection”. This collection shows an easy, yet simplistic vision that embodies masculinity, fluidity, diversity and functionality. The Creative head serves a range of well tailored fabrics to define an African man standing next to his other half who doesn’t shy away from androgyny without taking away her feminism, displaying a perfect mix of ease and comfort.
Hey guys, it’s me again in my true element if I must say and of course special shoutout to my friends at Henri Uduku for sending me this velevet awesomeness to wear for day 2 of fashion week.
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I can definitely tell you that since inception of LFDW in Lagos I have never felt unbothered about getting ready for the prestigious gathering, but here we have me slaying in my glory wearing this amazing piece sent from my friends at JZO NG (amazing show I must say guys) decided to pair them with this Ankara pants from my bespoke fashion line Custom_Styledbybie.
I had originally styled a client looking like this for an advertorial and I thought to myself why not recreate this look and own it, This Adire pant had been lying about in my wardrobe for a while now then I figured it was about time to have it come to life. Hence, the birth of this blog post shot by my very talented friend Ibukun Williams.. Hope you take a clue or two on how to own the Beret trend
When you spent the better part of your long holiday watching “Narcos” be sure to show up looking like some Columbian drug lord, the fashion from that time is captured in an amazing way portraying the easy yet stylish vibes. From their choices of fabrics, textures and colors that speaks sophistication embedded in one; one can easily take a clue or more to create a perfect modern vintage style.
Let’s go way back to the early 90s when fashion was about big necklaces and dark round shades, from the likes of Biggie, Tupac, Puff Daddy and the rest that helped reshape the hiphop game. Oversized clothing gives me so much because that’s my style area, I am at that phase where i am trying to proof to people that vintage doesn’t mean sloppy.
Nothing comes to mind other than throwing my Ankara inspired look on, I have had two separate fabrics lying in my closet for some time now. My local tailor looks at me when I say please just use this part as the body and the other part sleeves and wonders this guy and his irregular way of dressing, that led to the birth of this style post by yours truly.