While we’re inspired by love and relationships this month, a grouping of our favourite Nigerian labels – Orange Culture, Kenneth Ize, Iamisigo, TZar, Sisiano, McMeka, Re by Re Bahia, Maxivive and Tokyo James – have collaborated on a shoot for Vogue Italia‘s Vogue Talents platform, creating a striking editorial titled “Lost in Colour.”
Shot in South Africa, whose South African Menswear Week launches today, the shoots was lensed by Jerrie Rotimi and featured a lineup of faces (Willy Jackson, Chineye Edigbue, Ademide Adepetun, Olamide Ogundele, Modupe Adeni and Valentine Agbakwuru) from Bolajo Fawehimi’s Few Models agency.READ MORE: TZAR CREATES *THE SHOE* OF SPRING/SUMMER’16!
Creatively directed by Ian Audifferen of TZar, and styled by Iamisigo’s Bubu Ogisi and Orange Culture’s Adebayo Oke-Lawal, the cool collective sees clothes grouped by colour along the coast, for a striking contrast between style and the rocking shoreline.
There’s also a melancholy mood captured in the shots, as also seen in a behind-the-scenes video Ms Ogisi shared on Instagram.
See below the rest of the shoot, plus another short video from the day, and tell us what you think to Orange Culture, Kenneth Ize, Iamisigo, TZar, Sisiano, McMeka, Re by Re Bahia, Maxivive and Tokyo James’ “Lost in Colour” editorial for Vogue Talents in the comments box.
Video & image source: @Bubuogisi, Theotherstyle.com