Fashion Reimagined: The Circular Journey of Aso Oke
In a world where fashion meets responsibility, there's a growing movement to embrace sustainability and contribute to the circular economy. If you have unused cotton aso oke fabrics tucked away in your closet, we have an exciting proposition for you. Let's transform these beautiful materials into stylish handbags,…
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 our ethos to preserve our traditional techniques, culture, and heritage.
We like to describe the batik…
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 website and uploaded new styles including the Lilly batik totes and Bailey box bags all designed and handmade…
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:
O’Eclat Designs (pronounced O-eyklah) is a derivative of my name Oluwagbemisola and Eclat which means Style, confidence, distinction etc. …
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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 an ethical Nigerian Brand designing premium leather and indigenous fabric handbags and accessories, handmade in…