FAB Lookbook: Adebayo Lawal presents Orange Culture’s edgy “Quirks Invasion” collection

Orange Culture, the fashion line by young, innovative and enterprising Creative Director, Adebayo Oke-Lawal is style’s peek into the fashion-forward era. Orange Culture is edgy, unusual and like the Creative Director will put it; “The orange culture man is quirky, edgy and very much fearless, he has no time for closed minded individuals”

We have come to accept the uniqueness that Orange Culture offers and in fact identify with the brand’s big, bold strides. “Shot by amazingly talented 17 year old Temi Adebayo, the Collection is built on the life of a quirky artistic young African traveler who makes every holiday experience a style invasion”, Adebayo offers.

 

But that’s not the stop. He lets us into more exciting details of the collection. “He – the traveler – takes us through his holiday with clothes that portray a sense of his background without being too much of a cliché. His African history mixed with his well traveled background inspire the quirky looks that take him from a fun hot summer’s day in palm springs to a cold fashionable summer night on a yacht heading to another one of his many invasions”.

“The Collection also includes the boots, sandals and bags for which orange culture partnered with leather wear designer Haus of Hercules to produce. The sandals are made of premium ostrich and crocodile skin and the bags are internally lined in 100 % batik”.

Photography: Temi Adebayo

Stylist: BUBAAI

Models: Kwen and Kenneth

Call: 234 (0) 703 755 9787  for more information or visit the Orange Culture website

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One Response to FAB Lookbook: Adebayo Lawal presents Orange Culture’s edgy “Quirks Invasion” collection

  1. Michelle Spice says:

    What’s up with the brothers’ in skirts and furs? Not quite!!!!!!

    You’re in the middle of the equator man!

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