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ARISE Fashion Week 2018: House Of Irawo Runway Debut Expresses The Stages Of Femininity With Sheer

Sheer embroidered lace, décolletage, metallic fabric and floral attachments graced the runway as the House of Irawo presented its debut collection last week at the Arise Fashion week showcase. As the pieces flooded the runway it was clear that the idea for this collection was a simple yet refined expression of the stages femininity.

The designer paid homage to the female body in a subtle yet grand way being that this was their debut on the runway and the vibe was just right for a first entry. The House of Irawo collection, from observation, retained the balance between fragile and chic morphing each piece into something any stylish woman would want to wear off the runway. The message from the design house was soft and opulent.

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ARISE Fashion Week 2018

Glitz Africa Fashion Week 2019 | House of Irawo Presents TADA SS19

House of Irawo presented  TADA SS19 at Glitz Fashion Weekend. The TADA SS21 collection is for the ever evolving contemporary woman. We were inspired by fashion icons such as Diana Ross, Grace Kelly and Christy Ogbah an afrofunk Nigerian singer from the 80s, and Grace Jones.
These Iconic women we believe would resonate with this collection the pieces are bold, fearless, distinct and eclectic. The daring jacquard, cohesive colorful sequence, detailed tulle, and flower satin fabrics complement the dark silhouettes that reflect the 70s and 80s era woman. 

Artsy! Irawo Studio Celebrates the Resilient Woman with Kadara SS21 Collection 

 African prints are taking centre stage on the global scene and there’s no better way to pique your interest than to introduce ‘The KADARA SS21 Collection’ by Irawo Studio.


The Kadara woman is resilient, never afraid to blaze her trail and bold enough to venture on the road less traveled.

As the name implies, ‘KADARA’ stands for ‘Destiny’ in the Yoruba language. As a Nigerian brand, Irawo Studio is committed to preserving the Nigerian heritage by incorporating significant Yoruba motifs in their pieces• As such, this collection was created for the discerning modern woman who’s proud of her roots and seeks to connect with same in contemporary fashion, and any woman with a love for culturally-significant designs•

The intentionality behind this collection remains applaudable—from its exclusively designed fabrics to creatively woven masterpieces• The deliberate use of the adire-eleko (tie-dye) material made with the Olokun design exudes a preservation of the Yoruba culture represented through exotic taste• The aim is to put forward designs that tells significant tales of history while sitting naturally on every bend and turn of the Irawo woman’s body. 

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