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ARÍHÍLÄM Collection By Nonnistics

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The ARÍHÍLÄM collection is a ready-to-wear collection by Nonnistics that tells the story of our lives since the lockdown occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic.

For months, we were forced to hibernate, filled with despair, watched our world grind to a halt, and only fervently prayed to survive the gloom.

The lockdown took us down memory lane, brought us closer to nature, opened our eyes to the brokenness of our world masked by our fast-paced lives before the pandemic, and made us appreciate life more.

Staying home made us all vulnerable to body image issues resulting from weight addition as our daily activities halted largely. As a brand that strongly supports inclusivity, this collection reassures every woman out there that they are still beautiful. We strongly believe there is beauty in every woman irrespective of size and our brand is here to cater to all sizes beautifully.

The locations for the Photoshoot and the model were carefully selected to align with the story.

ARÍHÍLÄM Collection

ARÍHÍLÄM is an Igbo word from the Owerri people of IMO State in Nigeria, which means I SURVIVED. The collection comprises timelessly beautiful and functional pieces from denim pants to vintage dresses and business suits that can serve the stylish woman of any size from daytime to evening.

As the world breaks forth from the lockdown and hopelessness,  we rise with a living hope that our lives will once again experience beauty as we knew it. And we can now say ARÍHÍLÄM.

ARÍHÍLÄM Collection
ARÍHÍLÄM Collection
ARÍHÍLÄM Collection
ARÍHÍLÄM Collection
ARÍHÍLÄM Collection
ARÍHÍLÄM Collection

CreditDesigner – @nonnisticsPhotography: @ore007Videography: @zubee01Model: @iam_ruthvaderHair styling: @tonysbeautyaceMUA: @beautizealArt Direction: @nonye_princessPr- @morsipr

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He died on Sunday in a hospital. His spokesperson confirmed that Kenzo’s death was the result of COVID-19.

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He created a line for men back in 1983, and in 1988 he created his first perfume; Kenzo Kenzo.

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Nigeria @60: The Lagos Shirt Factory Into Celebratory Mode

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The Lagos shirt Factory’s latest collection is switched into the full celebratory mode as Nigeria turns 60.

The new timeless, All White collection – come in classic but unusual white shirts cuts as well as sexy yet chic shirt dresses designs.

Although, spinning on the brief of the moment- Independence Day, each piece is a collector’s item that transcends October 1.

The hand-painted Nigerian vehicle plate numbers as well as the currency signs reflect some of our Nation’s, symbols which speak of our resilience, tenacity, energy, and drive which the Lagos Shirt Factory has interpreted with each fabric type, texture mix, and stitch.

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