Kwelaku, founded by Nigerian fashion designer Victoria Chikweluaku Anosike, is a ready-to-wear apparel line for women that incorporates tribal designs into stylish, practical styles that can withstand the test of time in terms of durability and style.
They hope to contribute to the African tale through our prints and pieces, while also providing their clients with a luxury brand experience inside the premium area and a comfortable working environment for their workers.
The Kwelaku woman appreciates African culture and workmanship. She enjoys making a statement, but never in an overt manner.
Kancky, a tribal tunic company, from her university room in 2014, styling largely relatives and friends. The brand has now blossomed into a full-fledged womenswear label, based in Lagos and adorning ladies from all walks of life and all over the world.
Kwelaku is derived from my middle name and means "to agree with wealth." Inspired by my immediate surroundings (Nigeria) and the African continent as a whole, the brand's essence is finally captured in this new identity because I not only want the Kwelaku woman to experience, but also exude, the beauty of this rich culture whose story they hope to tell through their Tribal-Chic prints and pieces.
They are on a mission to positively influence the community via long-term collaborations that exhibit craftsmanship while also upholding African culture.