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Dover Street (African) Market by Duro Olowu

January 26th, 2007 Posted in Events, Fashion, General

Duro Olowu wins 2005 British Fashion AwardsNigerian/Jamaican designer Duro Olowu has been busy. Since wooing fashion royalty with his “stunning fluid dresses”, and winning the 2005 New Designer of the Year award at the British Fashion Awards, he has continued to take his Africa-influenced designs mainstream. Now comes news of a new Duro Olowu boutique in the ultra fashionable Dover Street Market, owned by Commes des Garcons’ Rei Kawakubo. Olowu joins cult brands like Number (N)ine, Undercover, and Visvim, and popular brands like Givenchy, Lanvin, and Thom Browne in one of the most creative fashion spaces in London. The Duro Olowu boutique is sure to be a hit when Olowu makes his debut this February 12th at London Fashion Week.
Anyone willing to sponsor a ticket for me to attend?
Duro Olowu boutique: Dover Street Market

  • Obi Arinze

    My name is Obi Arinze, I am trying to get in touch with Duro Olowu, he and I attended school together in Nigeria and I am trying to locate him. Please have him to call me at 468-774-1363 my email address is obiehope@yahoo.com. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

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