Orange culture was launched 2010/2011, after having worked for several Nigerian designers, to turn his unique vision and passion for fashion into a reality. Orange culture is more than just a brand, it is an emotional string of socially aware stories and expressions cut into clothing; we believe fashion can and should save lives. It is a “movement” that covers universal silhouettes with an African touch to a creative class of people, translating into a heady mixture of Nigerian inspired print fabrics, colour, and contemporary androgynous clothing. We believe clothing should be fluid and have the ability to be worn by any and every one.
The brand is known to explore unusual fabrications and experiment with them on every and any gender; from its organza on men in 2011 to even pleated chiffons in later years, the brand is not and will never be limited by societal stereotypes of masculinity.