Tag: Made in Nigeria
Shipping goods to Nigeria by sea from the United States can leave a big hole in your pocket.
Analysis on overseas cargo and freight costs by MoverDB, an online resource for international shipping, shows that the cost of shipping (more…)
Shoes for men are a pretty big deal, it gives such a boost knowing you have quality on your feet. Most times men are not basically sized by the clothes they wear alone, but also the quality of shoes.
Not just that, a good shoe also gives you the option of versatility with your wardrobe. In other words that is ‘killing two birds with one stone’.
Today’s interview is with an amazing footwear designer who is passionate about business and developing sustainable brands. Kemi Juba of K.Aspen holds a bachelor’s degree in Marine science and started a branded clothing line for working professionals at age 17. (more…)
The Morin O. brand has overtime become a household name in the Nigerian leather accessories industry. Speaking with the company’s founder in this exclusive interview, I got to find out about the vision behind this brand, the passion that drives the team, and the impacts of this brand on the society. (more…)
New uniforms, lunch packs, school bags, socks, undies and co are items that got me in the mood back then.
And just like magic it worked surprisingly every session, at times I deliberately damaged these items too… just so I got a new one. *winks*
When I first heard about the Eden’s Glo Makeup brand, I was super amazed at how quick and easy it was to apply on, but more interested in the amazing young woman who decided to create a solution to a need she had noticed during her time in the aviation industry. (more…)
Ever stopped to ponder on why it seems befitting for men to wear trousers? or ladies skirts and blouse? Gender roles. How about, why carrying your hair/walking in a particular fashion is seen as more suitable to a particular sex than the other? Then I can say, that you and I both reason alike.