Featuring handwoven indigenous fabric- Aso-Oke intricately beaded and fused with laces, silks, chiffons, and satin, Ejiro lends its voice to the recent global outcry for gender equality and the need for women’s voices to be heard. Intricately sourced and put together, they've created a fun, multi-textured collection with classic silhouettes and voluminous sleeves which allows women to be delicate yet powerful, seen and heard.
The 'Oge Dress' exudes power. The red wrap front maxi has a hand beaded back adorned with the phrase "my voice, my armour".
Made in Nigeria.
Product Code PEJAT03110081
Ejiro Amos Tafiri is an ethical and slow fashion, Indigenous fashion design, retail and educational company known for fusing African dress forms with detailed modern garment construction techniques, often influenced by the fluidity and ornamental style of oriental heritage. It prides itself on its innovative designs, use of indigenous fabrics and attention to detail, while championing the push for collaborative retail structures in Africa’s fashion industry, to foster shared experiences and accelerate growth. They are passionate about sharing knowledge and capacity development within the fashion ecosystem.
Established in 2010, Ejiro Amos Tafiri has a keen knack for layering, a multi-texture fusion of fabrics and embellishments reminiscent of African royalty while keeping elegance, complex simplicity and fluidity as the watchword. The brand seeks to challenge and push what is inherently traditional to mainstream fashion through innovative applications of fabric, modern cuts, and drapery technique while celebrating feminine curves.
This item is returnable within 28 days for a full refund.