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Pepper Row: The Innovative Nigerian Fashion Brand Re-envisioning a Utopian Future Through an African Lens

Pepper Row, which is a Nigerian fashion brand, prides itself on sustainability and Afrofuturism. Indeed, this Nigerian brand re-imagines a utopian future through an African lens. Moreover, the brand focuses on sustainably and the advancement of African Culture and craftsmanship. Furthermore, Beyoncé’s Black Parade Route featured the brand on its platform. Besides, the brand was vocal against police brutality in Nigeria through a post to #ENDSARS on their Instagram platform. Therefore, below, we have highlighted some of the latest fashion designs by the Pepper Row brand.

Arise Fashion Week 2020

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The design above features a handwoven asooke blouse with raffia trims, multicolored layered raffia skirt and face slippers with raffia fringes.

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The design in the picture above is Power to the people. It features a jacket comprising of 3D faces.

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Furthermore, the design in the picture above features hand-painted abstract line faces on an unbleached cotton Jumpsuit. Indeed, the design is a complete demonstration of fashion inclining Afrofuturism.

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The above design sends a message of love. It features hand-beaded illusion faces dress and art deco style

Spring Summer 2020 Afrofuturism Collection

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Additionally, the design in the picture above is called Born and Bred. The design features a column dress, camouflage jacket and long braids. Indeed, this look demonstrates the influence that African culture has in the fashion world.

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The design above is called the Turner Boy. It is the first-ever Asooke double-breasted jumpsuit. A small community of artisans in Kwara state hand weave the Asooke Fabric.

Photo Courtesy: Pepperrow Brand Instagram Page

The design above features the Abisola Adire shirt and silk and scrap leather skirt. Communities in Southwest Nigeria hand paint and hand dye the Adire Fabric.

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