Lagos Fashion Week 2018 Runway Trend: Aso Oke

Aso-oke is an indigenous fabric, a hand loomed cloth woven by the Yoruba people of western Nigeria. It is prominent in traditional fashion, as the Yoruba tribe often use it for celebration however there’s been a growing interest from Nigeria’s young fashion industry as designers are using their creativity and innovation to include a flare of African culture into modern wardrobe. Scroll down to view the designers that used Aso-oke at the Lagos Fashion Week 2018.

Ejiro Amos Tafiri

Deola Sagoe

Emmy Kasbit

Demure by Denike

Jermaine Bleu

Cynthia Abila

Photo Credit: Kola Oshalusi


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