Omose Kids launches new fashion hub for children

Omose Kids launched a new fashion hub, a store designed to offer quality and affordable made in Nigeria clothes, shoes, and accessories for children.

The hub offers African and contemporary fashion, fused seamlessly into breath-taking clothes for children aged 0 – 10, including amazing gift items for babies.

“There’s nothing more gratifying than seeing kids dressed smartly and fit for any occasion,” said Tricia Ikponmwonba-Yusuf, the Chief Executive Officer and Creative Director of Omose Kids. “That is why we decided to open up a store dedicated exclusively to making children of age 10 and below look the best they can while promoting entrepreneurship and creativity among them.”

Omose Kids also stocks indigenous brands like 7teen09, Aem & Bow, Afro Creations, Phly Creations, Afro Urban Fusion, Lovely Beauties by Niffy owned by a 7-year-old entrepreneur, The Els Little Things which is co-owned by kid entrepreneurs El-nathan and Elianne Oamen, and Beads by Tundun, owned by 8-year-old fashion entrepreneur, Tundun.

All items are inspired by African fabrics and bold, colorful prints carefully crafted to give every child a smart look.

Stop by at 30B Opebi Road, beside Wakanow office, Ikeja, Lagos for a wonderful experience. The store officially opened on February 25, 2017.

Tricia Ikponmwonba-Yusuf, CEO and Creative Director of Omose Kids & Queen B

Queen B and Comedian Laff Up
Kids at the store
Kids at the store
Joachim MacEbong, Tricia Ikponmwonba-Yusuf, the CEO & Creative Director of Omose Kids and Eghe MacBong
Oluwasola Obagbemi and Omose kid
Customers at the store
Clothing line for Ankara print
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