By Anita Eboigbe
In Abijako’s words, the CFDA wrote, “My dad was a trained fashion designer while living in Nigeria and dealt mostly with local traditional garments.
“Growing up in an environment like that sparked my curiosity in design,” he said.
When asked about his inspiration for his collection, he stated that it will portray “the vibrancy of West African youth culture in the ‘70s and Fela Kuti.
“The new collection is guaranteed to be groundbreaking in design and social impact,” he said.
Abijako who started working from his bedroom, started the brand just two years ago with the intent to generate impactful statements through his work.
His previous collections entitled, “Cruel Hands” and “Hooligans,” consisted of apparel with these thought-provoking statements: “Disorder: In Mutiny We Trust” and “Palaver Child.”