#BuyNigerian Initiative.

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All Nigerian fashion enthusiasts are aware of the #BuyNigerian initiative started by stylehousefiles and has become a movement with everyone joining hands to make the Nigerian Fashion industry grow.

We at 360nobs have decided to show light in our own way and encourage us to buy more pieces and accessories from Nigerian designers. Do the little you can and support the nigerian fashion industry, Ditch the foreign labels and Buy from Nigerian designers.

Here are pictures of individuals wearing pieces made by Nigerian designers,both upcoming and established..
The Best picture shall be chosen by you,the readers.. The winner’s name shall be Noble igwe‘s guest at his birthday Gig,”Noble is my dude” and the designer of the piece shall get a profile on his/her fashion House,which will be posted on the site.

So, here are the pics:

Jolaade in LabaLaba

Mayowa in LabaLaba

Taiwo in LabaLaba

Monisade in LabaLaba

Rolayo in LabaLaba

Temitayo in LabaLaba

Toyosi in LabaLaba

Temilade in LabaLaba

Ronke in LabaLaba

stephanie okereke in Ejiro Amos Tafiri.

Hauwa in Mariam_Moussa

Jane in Mariam_Moussa

Rhecks and Bola in Marayah O

Tunji in Orange Culture

bayo in orange culture

ice prince in Onyx and pearl.

Maki in Ms Makor


Maki in Ms Makor

Ngozi in uyai

princess in Uyai.

Ngozi in Uyai.

Uchechi in Eznira.

jumoke in J by Jak

Delphine in Fablane.

Aisha in IamIsigo

Onyinye,headpiece by Aimas


All Nigerian fashion enthusiasts are aware of the #BuyNigerian initiative started by stylehousefiles and has become a movement with everyone joining hands to make the Nigerian Fashion industry grow.

We at 360nobs have decided to show light in our own way and encourage us to buy more pieces and accessories from Nigerian designers.

Fashion Phoenix

Fashion Phoenix

A Fashion junkie …A Fashion blogger …A Fashion stylist! To me fashion is a breath of fresh air, a wonderful way of expression. Coco Chanel describes me best: I don’t do Fashion, I am FASHION. Visit fashionphoenix06.blogspot.com for more of me. ;)

41 comments

  1. Labalaba!!!Trendy and still african.
    I’m lovin the pink dress with the rose…
    (Both pink dresses actually)!
    Proud of u dearie.

  2. Labalaba had about 3 beautiful dresses but it was overly represented jo.
    That blazer on Ngozi by Uyai was fabulous…structure was amazing.
    The Eznira dress was beautifully executed, and the proportions were perfect for Uchechi.
    #RevolutionNigeriababy# I love this movement!

  3. Nice collections….rily don’t know much about dresses but I think delphine killed it with fablane n d LABALABA range speaks true genuinty with a touch of elegance too…U go girl,u rock…loff u pieces..*winks*

  4. ..the equiv of beauty is still the ‘butterfly’.
    labalaba wears are trendy,cultured and quite outstanding.
    love the looks,love the initiative.

  5. I’m sorry,but is this a post on Labalaba? It just doesnt seem fair to the other designers. I thought people were supposed to send pictures of themselves wearing Nigerian designers,but it seems like the person behind the Labalaba label sent in all these pictures. Where’s the diversity?

  6. …erm if the other guys had more pics,im sure there were no restrictions on the posting.

    labalaba and fablane brought out nice pics of nice looking models in lovely designs

    go figure

  7. Thats my point exactly. The idea was for everyday people to post pictures of themselves in Nigerian designs and not for the designers to post pictures of models wearing their clothes! Now you go figure.

  8. And yeah,call me a hater or whatever but I dont get they hype about Labalaba anyway-theres nothing fantastic about the designs-the only one thats actually great is the last pink dress.The fablane dress is amazing though. I also like Marayah O,Mariam Moussa and the pink Ms Makor jacket.

  9. Hello y’all..
    @O no,you are not a hater.. The post was about people wearing pieces from nigerian designers. Order from the boss was not to restrict anyone from sending in more pictures.. If the designer sent in her picture and her friends decide to support her by sending in theirs.. There is no shame in that.

    The Prize still stands for the designer chosen by you,the readers.
    Please Support Nigerian Designers.
    Thank you.

  10. Thanks Fashion Phoenix,I still wish there was more diversity yet. Maybe you should have waited for more entries before posting this piece. And it looks like its only Labalaba and her friends commenting.lol

  11. It’s unimaginable how much we settle for mediocrity in this country. I thought fashion was all about art & getting your muse from a reliable source and putting it on a piece of material. But it seems we rather appreciate fashion as “Copying and pasting” designs with our local material. I am appalled at all the comments on “Labalaba”. I didn’t even get inspired AT ALL! seems like it’s her friends giving all that comment and support, and are been biased here. Please let’s try to be liberal.

  12. Now, time to appreciate the designers I felt inspired by:
    Loved “Fablane,Mariam_Mousa was very crafty and really chique, and Ms Makor”, the second piece is very vitorian…..now that’s fashion 😀

  13. Actually,I believe the selling point of the Labalaba pieces is their simplicity and girl-next-door freshness,while still being chic and realistic. The second piece by Mariam Moussa and the one by Fabiane are also gorgeous.

  14. Nice dresses. Pocket-friendly prices?
    Sadly, many “nigerian designs” seem to be aready existing western styles reproduced on ankara. Hopefully, we’ll soon see real ingenuity as d industry matures. Nice initiative, guys.

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