MEET EMMANUEL OKORO “EMMY KASBIT”, DESIGNER OF THERESA MAY’S JACKET

MEET EMMANUEL OKORO “EMMY KASBIT”, DESIGNER OF THERESA MAY’S JACKET

The custom-made Akwete jacket is from Emmy Kasbit’s Spring 18 Collection.

The fashion community has not stopped talking about it and so have Nigerians. The lucky designer, real name Emmanuel Okoro, is one of Nigeria’s most promising designers.

He emerged as one of the top five finalists at the Lagos Fashion & Design Week Fashion Focus 2017. He has also been showcasing his collections at the LFWD. He began his brand in 2013.

Ms. May has also expressed delight about the custom-made jacket. She captioned it, “I was delighted to meet @emmykasbit who designed the jacket I wore.”

Emmy Kasbit was launched in January 2014 by its creative head, Emmanuel Okoro. The brand was birthed out of its passion to clothe the unconventional man and woman who likes to think outside the box and who are willing to defend their outfit as being deliberate and not accidental.

With its design aesthetic being clean and architectural cuts, Emmy Kasbit paints the picture of a fashion-embraced man and woman who build their outfit to fit into the environment which in turn fits in!

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