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Fashion is dead in Nigeria? Bigsam Apparel is countering the statement!

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The early years of Nigeria as a country saw rapid expansion and industrialization that even the civil war couldn’t really stop, the oil boom brought a lot of money into the country, which saw a collapse in the output of Nigeria agricultural sector, but textile industry in Kano where running fine, until early 1990s when the bubble busted, naira collapsed, Nigerians started opting for internationally made cloths “ready made” these ushered in big brands like Gucci, Dior, then sportswear’s like Nike, Umbro, Puma and Adidas.

lately the new found acceptable of Nigerian music music on a global stage has led to more Nigerians looking inward from tech to fashion, but there is still a problem a lot of fashion houses are either giving subpar product or too expensive, until BigSam Apparel found a balance, the CEO/ Founder Samuel Ugbagbor Osohiomon said during our session “big respect to everyone in the fashion industry, but there are a lot of errors, zero customer satisfaction, people don’t really trust brands so that’s why we are doing what we are doing, good pricing and top notch product”

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Hustle by FinRik Issue 1

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Checkout FinRik Technologies magazine “Hustle by FinRik” maiden issue. Hustle by FinRik is a digital magazine telling the stories of entrepreneurs. Have a good read.

DOWNLOAD HUSTLE BY FINRIK HERE

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Ilekebyrelish wants to make you standout!

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At first ilekebyrelish was a side thing to Ayomide, a graduate of public health from Osun state university, until she started finding her “hobby” much more interesting and decided to build a brand around it, like every business Ilekebyrelish had its story!


The brand started in 2018, when Ayomide was selling waist bead at her departmental tradefair, and she didn’t look back. Over the years the brand has gone through iterations and expansion, from just waitbeads to bracelets and bags but the goal still remains the same, to make you stand out!

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Last of a dying breed! Theurbanyorubas is building a new fashion community while modernizing the yoruba culture

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Teniola Onanubi has always being a fan of fashion, he could recall himself finding time in the space of his tight academy schedule to follow Kim Jones and Virgil Abloh’s shows but Teni’s love for fashion didn’t start from the run way.


After over twenty years of military rule, a New Democratic government in 1999 brought about lots of economic policy which opened the country up for trade, a striving music industry 10 years later had then kids like Teni like there peers around the would wanna be superstars, while everyone choose music, he chose fashion, taking inspiration from his immediate environment, in Abeokuta but there was downside, the huge pop culture was hugely limited to Lagos, places like Abeokuta was different, so he was seen as weird, a disadvantage which soon switched into an advantage for him, using the heavy Yoruba culture presence in Abeokuta to direct his clothing line, in his words “Well its just a me thing i dont have a team
Its a fashion brand trying to represent the Yoruba culture
There is this concept now that makes out culture look like old school and non fun
But the brand is trying to tell a story of history and try to preserve it the fun way”.
New Theurbanyorubas capsule is now out

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