In the Nigerian fashion scene everyone goes for the option of creating their own clothing items, Garmspot are one of the very few who go over and beyond simply creating but also retailing clothing from other brands and presenting customers with a sense of convenience in that they’ve made themselves a one-stop shop for the garments of most of our favorite brands. Since the start of the year, they’ve also stepped up considerably with a more engaging social media presence that makes them impossible to miss. They continue to slowly expand their inventory and now retail over 20 brands that cater to both the male and female millennial demographic including Modus Vivendii, Dapmod, I.N Official, Ivy Barber and Modakasa.

As they have developed, they’ve also managed to secure some eye-catching and fairly popular models in the likes of Maleek Berry, D-O and most recently, blossoming alternative act, Tomi Thomas and budding producer, Leriq. Last Saturday, they hosted their first pop-up shop of the year and sold items from most of the brands they stock but also added interesting twists in that exhibited the works of some interesting visualists in TSE, Niyi Okeowo and Nkem Mere and provided opportunities for guests to have denim items recreated with paint by Son of God.

Models: D-O, Tomi Thomas, LeriQ, Zenaani, Brooke.

Photographer: BlackPrint

Styling & Creative Direction: Samantha Adebayo