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See How Stylist Are Transforming Aso-Oke Into An Everyday Wear

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Nigerian Fabric stylist, has deftly transformed aso-oke from an occasional ceremonial outfit for Owanbe into an everyday wear.

Aso-oke is a hand-woven cloth created by the Yoruba people of West Africa usually woven by men and women.

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The fabric which denotes high status in the society, is used to make men’s gowns; called agbada and hats; called fila, as well as women’s wrappers; called iro and head tie; called gele for ceremonial purpose.

Some of our stylists are changing the narrative of Aso-oke from one single story of Owambe wear to everyday exquisite for corporate meetings, official wear, jacket and other casual wear.

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We think this idea takes a contemporary twist of west African indigenous aesthetical Aso-Oke fabrics with keen focus on curating pieces that go beyond just events.

The contemporary aesthetic dimensions of aso-oke fabric are meticulously crafted for females and men with detailing and premium quality in place.

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The  ability to turn the aso oke into a perfect body fitted suit stuns us more. Check out more of this creation below.

 

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