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STORY

IT BEGAN LIKE THIS…

It all started here. It started here, on this Butterfly machine given to me by my Aunty Nike who first introduced me to the art of making clothes. I would go to the penthouse of my childhood home to watch her practise what she had learnt in fashion school. I would play with fabric swatches and make little outfits for my teddies because i did’nt get a barbie doll till i was like 8 years old. I would always go through the same old catalogs she had from the 80’s each time seeing something new. I would wonder how the very tall women in the catalogs were able to walk in those really fitted pencil skirts.

BABY STEPS

Started off as a fashion writer with different stints in Magazines like Thisday Style, Fab Magazine and Arise Fashion Week Magazine mainly because I love writing and partly as a way to be a part of fashion in some way. Fashion blog and many sewing errors after; Lady Biba was born. It was this same machine that produced the very first pieces with the Lady Biba label. I remember the very first label, it was satin, white, cheap but it worked. The font was red, i remember “Tempus Sans Itc” Our label is now black with a white font “Trajan Pro”. I designed it myself on photoshop. I chose the colour and font because it was classic. Something, I wouldn’t just wake up to change because of a design spritz.

AND WE GREW

 At first, it was just me and a tailor. I did everything from fulfilling orders to customer service to procurement of materials to tech support for the website. And then, we added a tailor and then another and before I knew it, We were our own little village creating beautiful clothes for beautiful people.
A FEW THINGS TO NOTE
1

WE OFFER CUSTOM SIZING

We offer custom sizing i.e measurement based sizing at a minimal charge.

2

LOCALLY PRODUCED

All our clothes are produced in Nigeria. Our fabrics are sourced for in the open market.

3

ETHICAL

We believe in fair wages and sustainability. Our clothes are all currently produced in-house so we are hands on from fabric to finish.

4

DESIGN BY FUNCTION

We believe that our clothes should not only be visually stimulating but solutions to wardrobe issues. We are intentional about this in our design process. Our cuts and styles have been known to flatter the body.

5

LADY BOSS

Lady Boss is what we call our customers. We love and are inspired by the women that we dress!

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LADY BOSSES INDEED

80% of Lady Biba staff is female. How about that!