Orange Culture Releases AW16 Lookbook
Nigerian menswear brand Orange Culture releases the lookbook for their AW16 collection.
Download the AW16 lookbook here: Orange Culture AW16 Lookbook
Download the AW16 press release here: Orange Culture AW16 Press Release
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Exploring the journey of the modern man, the Orange Culture AW16 collection is built on the idea of what communication would be without senses. Using an array of materials, the clothes themselves become the means of conversation, with texture and print creating an outlet of expression that doesn’t require the use of words. Linen, cotton, denim, silk and leather all boldly feature alongside bespoke crochet pieces created in collaboration with Ed Goth. As a result, the collection represents a replacement for the senses altogether - providing an alternative but nevertheless effective response to self-expression.
ABOUT ORANGE CULTURE
Contemporary Nigerian menswear designer, Adebayo Oke-lawal created his brand ‘Orange Culture’ in 2011. Working with traditional tailoring techniques and influenced by the culture of his surroundings, he describes the brand as ‘a movement rather than just a clothing line’. His collections have gained the interest of the heads behind LVMH Prize earning him a nomination for the award, as well as an invitation from GQ Italia to present at Pitti Uomo in Florence. Interest from BoF and Vogue has since followed, both placing Orange Culture in their ‘Ones to Watch’ features.
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