As Orange Culture ushers 2020 in, the fashion brand has highlighted eight Nigerian artists for its ‘Speak Up’ campaign for its Spring/Summer 2020 Collection. Captured by Michael Oshai, the campaign highlights Daniel Obasi, Denola Grey, Falana, Gideon Mustapha, Stephen Tayo, Uche Ubah, Vincent Desmond and Yagazie Emezi who in their various capacities as writers, tv personalities, photographers and within other roles continue to inspire important conversations.
According to Orange Culture, the collection is available to order now and will be in stores at the end of January.
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We enter 2020 celebrating 8 amazing Nigerian individuals who have used their image, voice, and work to encourage conversations on acceptance, gender, self-love and so much more. Happy New Year and enjoy our Spring Summer 2020 campaign called SPEAK UP. In Posts To Follow You’d Hear From Each Individual About their work,life and how it has been a part of a larger conversation. Captured by @acupofmikey 8 amazing people – @yagaziemezi – Photojournalist and artist @vincentdesmond_ – Storyteller ; Writer / Journalist @denolagrey – Actor, tv presenter , fashion consultant and digital content creator @stephen.tayo – Photographer ; Documentary Photographer @iamdanielobasi – Artist @falanamusic – Artist, Singer , Musician @thegideonwhite – Model and activist @vcheuba – Artist , Fashion Designer #OrangeCulture #OrangeCultureNigeria #MadeInNigeria
See photos from the collection below. All pictures were shot by Micheal Oshai