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Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

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Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

Karnival Africana 2.0, the annual fashion pop-up hosted by concept store Idozi Collective, took place over the weekend with stunning timeless made-in-Africa pieces on display.

Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

The shopping party gave guests an intimate experience of range and indigenousness in fashion with pieces ranging from streetwear such as tees, sweatshirts, jogger pants, and shorts to Ankara styles such as jackets and dresses. Chic corporate style pieces such as blazers and pants; party fits such as kimonos, bubus, and vibrant two-piece sets were also on display for shoppers’ delight.

The fashion pieces also included a stellar collection of vintage menswear shirts with a range of vibrant to minimalist, just about enough to fulfil any fashion shopper’s dream.

Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

Stunning jewellery such as Africa-inspired neckpieces and bracelets, fancy tote bags, stylish shoes, and bamboo handbags were some of the accessories spotted at Karnival Africana.

The pop-up took place at Idozi Showroom, in Victoria Island, Lagos, and featured over 15 talented emerging African designers—SassyByEtty, Urban Fit, Kings Kullection, Ellaoma, Kemakolam, Lereve pieces, Fashion Africana, Resonance Fashion, Cicy Ogie, Cocomanella, Trendy woman, and Xannder Clan.

Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

See more photos from the Karnival Africana pop-up below.

Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion
Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion
Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion
Idozi Collective’s Karnival Africana Pop-up Was an Intimate Experience of Range & Homegrown Fashion

Guests who missed the chance to shop for their favourite pieces could still get them on the concept store’s website and Instagram page here.

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