ALARA hosts private presentations of Tiffany Amber & Maki Oh S/S ’16 Collections

Nigeria’s first luxury concept store, ALARA and leading Nigerian fashion labels, Tiffany Amber and Maki Oh, gathered a glamorous crowd on Saturday, October 31st to a private presentation of their Spring/Summer collections at the eclectic luxury store in Victoria Island, Lagos.

In an atmosphere of sheer sophistication, some of Nigeria’s most glamorous women gathered to shop ‘straight off the runway’ as they enjoyed exclusive access to pieces shown at the just concluded Lagos Fashion and Design Week. Shoppers also got an opportunity to meet the designers – Folake Coker and Maki Osakwe – as the y shared inspirations behind their collections.

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Guests tasted and savoured the suppleness of revered champagne, Laurent Perrier, from the first impression to its long lasting finish complimented by delicious sweet treats.

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Maki Oh’s spring/summer 2016 collection is a selection of relaxed and sophisticated pieces interpreted with exceptional fabrics and defined cuts. Tiffany Amber’s ‘Marina’ is a collection of see-through finishes and flowing garments which kicked off this year’s Lagos Fashion and Design Week.

ALARA is pioneering contemporary luxury in Africa. Their constantly evolving, unique creative space houses a host of international and local brands and designers. ALARA celebrates and nurtures rare creative talent which they source from all corners of the globe. As supporters of African innovation and design, ALARA seeks to elevate the next generation of master craftsmen in fashion, art and design from countries such as Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, and South Africa. In addition to sourcing from these global artisans, ALARA showcases customized designs by collaborating with designers, and allows its partners to create high-quality, exceptional products that promote style and innovation.

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