Honey Malaolu | Africa Fashion Week 2013 Designer
Honey Malaolu is a bespoke fashion brand inspired by beautiful rich colours and ethnic cultures, keeping the essence of the butterfly at the focal point of each of their designs. Each collection piece recreates the essence of the beautiful creature in both shape and boldness, ebbing with vivacity and energy, and creating art in symmetry and texture. Combined with a passion for freedom, Honey Malaolu create clothes that come alive with expression and identity.
After undertaking her Fashion and Textiles BA Degree, Head Designer Honey was driven to create a brand that would enhance the great beauty of a woman’s figure by combining innovative shapes and exciting prints.
Honey Malaolu clothing has become a celebrity favorite, namely Team Great Britain athletes like Christine Ohuruogu and other celebrities which love the uniqueness of the brand silhouettes and soft textured fabrics.
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September 1st, 2014, Comments Off
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