Top Nigerian talent, Adebayo Oke-Lawal has been busy preparing his Spring/Summer’17 collection ahead of his showcase at South African Menswear Week, and has revealed that collaboration is again on the cards.
Having previously worked with 3D designer Azubike Ononye on jewellery, and with O’Eclat on bags for his Spring/Summer’16 line – most recently working with Maxivie on a range of chic, suede footwear for Autumn/Winter’16 – the Orange Culture designer has this time teamed up with Rokus London, to create a range of cool, golden pendants that we can see selling fast.READ MORE: SEE KOLA KUDDUS, RICH MNISI & ORANGE CULTURE AT SAMW!
Showing off one of the neckpieces, Mr Oke-Lawal posted to his Instagram;
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@orangecultureng X @rokuslondon SS17 dreams”
Rokus, who are based in London, UK, create “modern, hand sculpted, luxurious jewellery inspired by Africa”, though have created a range of pendants for Orange Culture that include the ‘Vulcan salute’ (Trekkies will know), ‘fingers crossed’ and hand-shapes that scream ‘rock’n’roll’ (aka, the ‘Sign of the Horns’).
Posting a sneak peak to their Instagram page, the jewellers revealed;
“More samples in the making for @orangeculture”
Team SPICE can’t wait to see what’s inshore for Spring/Summer’17 from Orange Culture, and will be on ground at South African Menswear Week to see those pendants up close and in person.
Image source: @Theorangenerd, @Rokuslondon, @Orangecultureng