Singer Kelis is fast becoming the American celeb poster child of how to rock African inspired fashion designs and designers. She has been spotted in the past rocking a Jewel by Lisa design. This time, she shares the love by rocking African design brand Zed Eye. Never heard about the brand? Here we go: “The Zed–Eye fashion label is the brainchild of the young and gifted, Nigerian born fashion designer Ngozi. From a young age Ngozi was exposed to fashion and was inspired by her mother who ran a small boutique in their local town. Surrounded by fabrics while growing up she could not help but develop a passion for clothing. Six years after graduating from the London College of Fashion the Zed–Eye clothing label was born. Ngozi’s greatest inspiration comes from Vivienne Westwood. Using soft warm silks and rich colours to create that luxurious feminine feel throughout Zed–Eye has created a collection of bespoke pieces to reflect the sexiness and femininity of the wearer. This must have couture collection, which is infused with a 1950’s, Victorian inspired theme.” See Ngozi’s Zed Eye come to life in the Afro Hair & Beauty Clip below.
Zed Eye has shown at UK’s Kulture to Couture Event and at the Afro Hair and Beauty show:
~Photocredit: Tweet pic by designer Ngozi of Zed Eye
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