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Tapping top model, Kelvin Godson who fills pieces well enough to justify the tailoring, has released a new look book and we cannot wait for you to look through (no pun intended)!


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The model wears each look fitted to perfection, as his striking pieces easily stood out against the lego-brick inspired background.

Femi Adeyemi’s brand employs rich colours on opposite charts to create a fine blend of modern looks.


Femy Toys’ fine blend of patterns/cuts, colour and styling without losing that classic bit that comes with his tailoring comes to play again for this collection that he gets better with.

The hues are somewhat unexpected (but works)! There’s a smooth eclectic transition from the palest greys to white and then back to grey, then black and suddenly maroon, then the cycle goes on.


For the stunning blend of colours, tailoring that is good enough and styling that works brilliant, Femy Toys does the ‘Charcoal’ Wet 2017 Collection great and upped the ante on this one.

Constructed on the premise of process with a figurative adaptation that makes use of symbolism, fast rising menswear label, Femy Toys has released its non-fictional narrative for the WET 17.


The young creative takes a retrospective dive into his career as a designer and relates it to the process of utilizing charcoal to its fullest optimum. Taking into cognizance the label’s fancy for shapes, the collection features the impressive art of suiting that cuts across stately and stately-casual construction of what is considered to be the pinnacle of menswear fashion.


With a cohesive colour transition soaked in a palette that mirrors its inspiration that ponders on the essence of refinement through experience, Femy Toys uses Charcoal to tell it’s challenging history in this cutthroat business of fashion.

According to its creative director, Femi Adeyemi, “Good or bad, Experience, we have been made to believe, is the best form of learning. Charcoal, for me, is the most plausible depiction of the human experience, in this case, My Experience.”

See more from his LOOKBOOK below:











Written by Obiajunwa Ugochi

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