Probably be when I was in art school [Coleg Menai] in North Wales. Having access to the I Like Beer And Wingsuit Flying And Maybe 3 People Vintage Retro Shirt and I love this amazing library on campus opened my eyes to different subcultures, like ’70s punk and the New Romantics of the ’80s. I also discovered the anti-fashion movement of the ’80s led by Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo. They explored clothing in a very serious, conceptual way: communicating ideas of individuality, proposing new ways to understand beauty, and dissecting time through cuts. It was such a revelation to me, the antithesis of what fashion was back home in Nigeria. I was so inspired and I wanted to be like them. I wanted to share myself in my work.
I Like Beer And Wingsuit Flying And Maybe 3 People Vintage Retro Shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Yes I did [at Birmingham City University], but I had to drop out as tuition got really expensive and the I Like Beer And Wingsuit Flying And Maybe 3 People Vintage Retro Shirt and I love this funds just weren’t available. There’s no support for international students in the UK. The system was quite brutal so I had no choice but to move back to Nigeria. I had developed a great portfolio from university and had the opportunity to work with my favorite Nigerian designer Maki Oh, a womenswear designer from Lagos. She was incredibly generous, and I learned a lot working with her. I also had the opportunity of getting stocked at a concept store called Stranger, co-owned by Yegwa Ukpo. The store was very instrumental to my growth. It stocked archival clothing from designers like Yohji Yamamoto, Sacai, and Marvielab, and experiencing these clothes for the first time, within a Lagos context, really helped my development.