Orange Culture Presents Its Orange Moon SS19 Collection
Orange culture, the critically and commercially acclaimed Nigerian brand presents its orange moon SS19 collection.
According to a statement from the brand:
For our look book, we play with the technique of organically dyed mosquito nets, set in the sun to dry and fully bring out a rich burst of colours. This technique is popularly done in the Northern parts of Nigeria to ward off mosquitoes and other insects. We use it in our SS19 look book as a protective tent for our world; a world where you can be without the fear of antagonisation. Amidst all the chaos , within our nets we have found a way to protect our peace in self and to be the same in the sun and in the moonlight.
The core rationalisation behind the collection addresses the dichotomy between our private and public selves as well as the pressure culture puts on the individual within the larger context of society. Adebayo Oke-Lawal says:
Who are you in the sun? Who are you in the moonlight? More on their Instagram.
Photography – Lakin Ogunbanwo / Make Up – Oriton Faloughi / Assistants – Michael Oshai , Wole Babalola / Models – Newton Igwele and Uche O. Uba
Jewelry made in collaboration with Waif Things / Bags made in collaboration with Tuza Jewellery / Shoes made in collaboration with KiingDaviids