Happy International Women's Day! The earmarked day may be over but we chose to call everyday Women's day because we are worth it and we will continue to break the bias and defy stereotypes that makes it difficult for us…
Meet Adunni Tote
A few weeks ago we made a post about our collaboration with @meliabyjade to create a beautiful piece of art with batik.
She told us how long she's nurtured the idea and how hard she's looked around to find…
The use of indigenous fabrics, including batik, remains an unbroken love story for us at O'Eclat Designs and since we started our handbag production 10years ago in Lagos, Nigeria. it has continued to take a centre stage as part of…
It's been a lot of twists and turns for us as a business in Nigeria but we have managed to keep forging ahead due to your continued patronage and business support and we sincerely thank you.
We have recently relaunched our…
We are delighted to announce our newest stockist, Ananse, pronounced (/əˈnɑːnsi/). Ananse Africa is a digital platform for brands to tell their stories through their e-commerce marketplace.
Build Local, Think Global- These keywords tick the right boxes for us and make Ananse Africa,…
We got a press feature on BellaNaija Style, a lifestyle online magazine and it pretty much summarizes what the brand still stands for.
Below is the interview with our creative head, Gbemi Johnson;
On choosing the brand name O’Eclat & its meaning:
Hello and welcome to our blog!
Here we intend to use this medium to update everyone about sketches, new collections, events, press features, and everything you need to know about the brand, O’Eclat Designs, and African fashion.
O’Eclat Designs (pronounced O-eyklah) is…