All Thingz Nice specializes in beautifully designed ethnically and culturally inspired jewelled apparel. Inspired by pride, history, legacies, symbols and roots we combine images representative of countries from around the globe with contemporary fashion trends, fusing them to create a unique clothing brand. The company was founded by director Edith Victoria in 2010;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asamoah Gyan (international Footballer) with Edith Victoria in his FABulous keepsake hooded jumper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I got the idea at the end of 2009 from just simply wanting a t-shirt bearing my name made out of sparkly stones. That’s all it was. I am a person, who likes sparkle, luxury, personalisation and customised things. I like having things that not many people have or can get a hold of and I am also very proud of who I am and where I am from, so I wanted clothing that reflected this. Then I thought; ‘other people might want that too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Having always been an act now  think later type of person, I started making t-shirts as soon as I received my first samples not really knowing who would buy them but confident that somebody would, I also didn’t know where I would sell them.

The responses to the samples I had made was positive enough to encourage me to try and make a business out of the idea.

Eddie Kandi- Comedian, actor and radio host in his FAB ATN tee (DR Congo)

 

 

I don’t feel I am particularly creative but I was confident in my products from the very beginning and I think that gives confidence to my customers. I believe in my concept. I love wearing t-shirts with my designs! They are FAB (see the pun?). I wear what I sell so my standard is very high. If I wouldn’t wear it, I wouldn’t sell it. I chose a really nice fabric for the t-shirts and hooded jumpers that looks good, feels better and lasts, I want my customers to feel they are getting value for their money.

 

 

 

Tosin Oke (Gold medalist triple jumper, Nigeria) looking FAB in his ATN tee

Ghana was the first country I made designs for, quickly followed by Nigeria and the UK. I have since made t-shirts representing the flags and maps for over 70 different countries. This is quite a fun concept, with so many international sporting competitions; Olympics, World Cup, Wimbledon, World Championship Athletics, Rugby – All Thingz Nice (ATN) is the slightly ‘bling’ way to represent your team while remaining  casual – it’s like adding a touch of glamour to the world of Sport and Tourism. So the ATN bid for global domination has begun, sometimes it’s all about the sparkle”.

 

ATN Ghana Vs Nigeria Promo

 

WIN TICKETS TO SEE NIGERIA VS GHANA!!

ATN are giving away a pair of tickets to see Ghana V Nigeria at Watford FC on Tuesday 11th of October!

To enter all you need to do is follow @AllThingzNice on twitter and tweet to ATN what your favourite product or
section is on the All Thingz Nice website and state why. Easy!

The winner will be notified via twitter on the 6th of October! Happy tweeting!
*Remember to @AllThingzNice in your tweet so they know you have entered.

Website: www.AllThingzNice.com (many more styles available to view online)

ATN Just Africa tee

Email: [email protected]

 

ATN United Kingdom tee's

Twitter: @AllThingzNice

 

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2 Responses

  1. Vina Que

    Wow, your designs are great and your story is so inspirational I wish you all the best! Definitely will be sporting a little sparkle at the upcoming Ghana vs Nigeria game…Ghana needs to sparkle. Thanks 🙂

    Reply
  2. Nicola

    Hi Vina, FAB news!…
    ATN are giving away a pair of tickets to see Ghana V Nigeria at Watford FC on
    Tuesday 11th of October! To enter all you need to do is follow
    @AllThingzNice on twitter and tweet to ATN what your favourite product or
    section is on the All Thingz Nice website and state why. Easy! The winner
    will be notified via twitter on the 6th of October! Happy tweeting!
    *Remember to @AllThingzNice in your tweet so they know you have entered… Spread the word!

    Reply

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