Jewelry designer, Gbenga Artsmith, presents his new lookbook tagged Fàájiquin.
The collection is specifically designed for Asoebi lovers (aka owambe) of the Nigerian society.
Gbenga Artsmith’s 2017 collection, ‘FÀÁJIQUIN’ took almost 4 months to create and execute the shoot and it was worth the time.
The beaded jewelry comes in different colour arrays of green, red, peach, brown, yellow, blue, pink and peach
Creative Director of the Gbenga Artsmith brand, Gbenga Ayo-Dada says “Fàájiquin was coined by me and I fondly use the moniker to describe owambe queens and elegant brides who are always the cynosure of eyes at various celebrations. They are the symbol of fun, glamorous fashion and revelry. Fàájiquin is also a mythical tonic that I believe gingers party riders who hold back nothing when grooving and having the time of their life at owambe gigs. Something just has to be responsible for all that high-octane energy.”
This lookbook is the most versatile collection to ever come from the stable of Gbenga Artsmith.
Most of the pieces are multipurpose and can be rocked with anything!
Take a look:
Written By Ugochi Obiajunwa
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