Orange Culture

Adebayo Oke-Lawal has been designing since the age of 10. He started Orange Culture in 2011, after having worked with several Nigerian designers, to turn his unique vision of fashion into reality. Since starting the label and an official runway debut at Lagos Fashion & Design Week 2011, he’s been hard at work trying to showcase Orange Culture to the world. The label is more than a clothing line, Adebayo insists. It is a “movement” that covers universal silhouettes with an African touch to a creative class of men, translating into a heady mixture of Nigerian inspired print fabrics, colour and contemporary urban street wear.

       Yellow and green flare skirt

 The garments answer to just about anyone who's interested in telling a story with the way they present themselves. All pieces are manufactured in Lagos, from ethically-sourced fabrics from local Nigerian fabric makers. Orange Culture takes our staff through rigorous training processes and offer them the opportunity to attend skill acquisition initiatives.

         glow fabric, blue shorts

Orange Culture was one of the first Nigerian brands to begin collaboration within the industry and has inspired many to follow. The label collaborated with numerous brands such as Huawei, Dennis Osadebe, Rokus London, Maxivive and many more.

          denim pants