Duro Olowu Spring 18 RTW

September 20, 2017 | By Franka Chiedu

Duro Olowu’s design aesthetics is unique in a sense that it is both artistic and wearable. The art in his design style makes it possible for one to creatively express their fashion. Inspired by Lee Miller- an artist, photographer and muse of the surrealists including Man Ray and Cocteau; he produced a tough collection that exudes beauty, class, art and charm. Categorised of bold stripes and his signature mixed prints, there’s a strong structural attitude to this collection that infuses power to ones season wardrobe.

Photographed by Luis Monteiro, the make up was done by Maria Papadopoulou using SUQQU cosmetics and hair was by Pricilla Matano. Duro Olowu handled the styling for this campaign.

About The Designer:

A lawyer turned fashion designer. Nigerian-born Duro Olowu returned to his first love of fashion with the launch of his London-based label, winning the British Fashion Council’s New Designer award just a year later. His vibrant prints and fluid designs have made him a firm favorite with the style set.

Website: www.duroolowu.com


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