Fashion is the healthiest and tastiest way to indulge in an act of looking good. However, a fashion designer is a critical thinker who pairs the best combination of outfits. But so are individual customers who selects, purchases, and wears clothings.
Wardrobe Merchant is Nigeria’s foremost declutter brand, which is owned by Obiamaka Oragwu.
The brand flagged off its prominence in 2017, and has been a life saver for the middle class. Therefore, An average worker can purchase high-street outfits with no hassle.
However, Wardrobe Merchant is a grant beneficiary of Tony Elumelu Foundation, and an alumni of Cherie Blair Foundation.
The achievements of Obiamaka Oragwu are mind-blowing and as such, this can be seen in a merit recognition by YNaija and Leading Ladies Africa which named Obiamaka Oragwu as one of Nigeria’s top hundred inspiring women in 2020. She was also earned an award from ELOY Awards, as 2019 Fashion Entrepreneur of the Year, as well as the LAMODE Awards 2019, as Brand Influencer.
In addition, the Obis Ora brand is aimed at reaching a wide range of women worldwide, and to have a positive impact on people.
Furthermore, Obiamaka Oragwu also wants women to be inspired to live their best life, hence look good and fulfil their dreams in whatever they do.
She is also very inspired by other women, particularly those who have attained intercontinental recognition in their respective industries. The following are only a few examples: Oprah Winfrey, Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Kim Kardashian, Linda Ikeji, and the elegant Lady Mo Abudu.