Ordelia opened for Business in 2002 with the aim to “tailor fit”, pieces that would make every item from the label, fluid and singular between the wear and the wearer; creating a sweet ensemble in terms of style, personality, effect – the brand has stayed true to this objective since then.
Ordelia produces profoundly designed clothing that sit well with body basics, character type, gait and the mind/mood. The brand creates classic, chic, afrocentric, retro and ethnic fusion pieces that stand out. From casual, beautiful, multi functional day wears, swanky office apparels, breath-taking evening gowns to in-the-room night wears, Ordelia keeps it all beautifully feminine.
Every Ordelia woman is confident, chic and loves her fashionable, stylish self. She wears comfortable pieces that helps her feel secure in herself, knowing she can say a lot with a simple piece. She is liberal, dignified and unpretentious, and so are the pieces from the Ordelia stable.
Product Offerings The label produces couture and ready to wear items. They are as minimalist as they can be maximalist.
BRIDAL Bride and bridal train services are a speciality for the brand. These are produced with love and great attention to detail. Some of Ordelia’s projects include producing for a clothing label in the UK.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Considered rather fashion-conscious as a pre-teen, Ifeoma Aigbe grew up being fascinated by all things relating to fashion, hair styling, dresses and accessories. After a very successful working career in an FMCG company in Lagos, Nigeria, she turned to her passion floating a clothing outfit named Ordelia in 2002. Since then it has been a rich and rewarding experience.
The graduate of the University of Nigeria, as CEO and Creative Director, provides design directions, chiding fabrics and supervising the entire process flow leading to the creation of all the exotic designs that come out of Ordelia. Her penchant for exactness and attention to details are qualities that keep clients, home and abroad, coming back to Ordelia.
Enjoy the Ordelia 2013 collection below.
For more information contact Ifeoma Doris Aigbe