For the power of womanhood: Maki Oh at the 2013 Lagos Fashion and Design Week

img_4097Every woman is important and Maki Oh knows that. For the 2013 Lagos Fashion and Design Week, she served a new collection that was elegantly non-conformist and full of her signature prints and superb style. This collection in my opinion is all about the power of womanhood, and why shouldn’t it be, when the likes of Michelle Obama look to Maki Oh for style inspiration. At the heart of her design ethos are nods to her African cultural heritage in vibrant unique hues that are beautiful to look at. The silhouettes were alluring, the tailoring sharp, and the prints original. Fringed knee-length dresses, pencil-skirts in feminine fabrics, and vibrant blue, or red and black mixed silk prints juxtaposed against luxurious textiles alongside perfectly fitting silk trousers tell the story of a designer clearly here to stay.
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img_4148img_4132img_4190img_4210img_4227If fashion is all about looking effortlessly chic, then you can’t fail to get noticed in a Maki Oh piece.
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