Once upon a time, fashion started from the least combinations and now to the most combinations.
Due to the rebirth of fashion, it has ideally been smitten by designers who have wrapped their talents and ideas for the purpose of uplifting the industry to what it is now.
The rebirth of fashion dates back to the journey of international top successful designers like Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein, Donna Karan to mention a few.
The acclaimed fashion brand Erica Moore has helped in the rebirth of fashion in Nigeria through her sultry, subtle yet glamorous and elegant fashion styles that reveals detailing about the embodiment of the outfits.
The gravitational forces of Erica Moore’s fashion is moving and overlapping the fashion spaces through her designs and styles leaving an identity that has reinvented fashion as a trend setter.
Nigerian fashion roots in iro and buba for the Yoruba woman, a blouse and a double wrapper for the Igbo woman, and a special attire that covers the body of the Hausa woman which comprises of the three major tribes in Nigeria.
Relating this to the rebirth and reinvention of fashion, Erica Moore has merged the cultural and tribalistic identity, making Nigerian styles notable in the industry.
Erica Moore creates pieces of clothings with a touch of moderate colors to give her clients much confidence to blend sophistication and elegance into a daily fashion look for the outfits to gain recognition wherever they are seen.
Erica Moore was crafted in such a way that nature, and colors and African related themes, serves as the brands highlight in managing the curvy woman.
Her brand reflects the freedom of cultural reinvention and sets a platform free of restrictions of cultural diversity and fulfills the brand’s promise regarding bringing out the beauty of Africa at large.