5 Nigerian Designers to Inspire Your Independence Day Wardrobe

To celebrate Nigeria's Independence Day, PROTOChic is highlighting a few of our favorite Nigerian brands, burgeoning and beloved.

Abiola Olusola

 Abiola Olusola

Abiola Olusola

"The economy in Nigeria today plays a big role in why Nigerians are now looking inwards for growth. I have since become passionate about #MadeInNigeria because we are the generation that can make Nigeria into an economic force on a global scale and it starts with us appreciating our own." - Abiola Olusola READ MORE

Duro Olowu

 Duro Olowu

Duro Olowu

"Nigerian-born, London-based designer Duro Olowu has been a fountain of inspiration for African designers everywhere since launching his eponymous label in 2004." READ MORE

 

 

I.AM.ISIGO

"With brands for which #MadeInNigeria is a reality, taking a look at the historical inspiration is as paramount as the manufacturing behind these collections." READ MORE

Post-Imperial

"Niyi Okuboyejo started Post-Imperial in 2012 and has quickly grown the contemporary menswear label through consistent output of bold separates, tailored blazers, and patterned accessories."   READ MORE

Pop Caven

"We might be in the U.S., but we are African and despite being here, we still push for Africans to be recognized for work that is not stereotypical or expected." - Doreen Caven   READ MORE