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Menswear Designer Brand Deji Eniola Releases Dapper Campaign Pictures



dejieniola_01 Menswear designer brand Deji Eniola’s lookbook is quite a sartorial delight. The six look collection features interesting suit options in different colours and something for every dapper gent.

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Instagram: @dejieniola | Mail: [email protected]

Photography: Aham Ibeleme @ahamibeleme
Styling and Art Direction: The Style Infidel @thestyleinfidel
Models: Shamz Garuba of Few Model Management @andreshamz & Wale Bello of Beth Model Africa @sobaint01

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  1. omo Yoruba

    April 20, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    It irks me when I see Yoruba words written with the wrong tone marks. Yoruba is a tonal language, indicating the wrong tone marks on words is as good as writing gibberish because one word can have different meanings or mean absolutely nothing depending on the tonal marks. If you want to use the marks then by all means, use them correctly! Please, don’t bother to use them if you are not sure of the accuracy. It is better to write without the marks than to write with the wrong marks.

    We have to stop butchering our languages. If someone makes a grammatical error in English or in another foreign language, we are always quick to correct…….trying to form well-educated and informed. However, when it comes to our own indigenous languages, we just let it slide. I don’t know why we are not bothered or is it just out of pure ignorance of our own language?

    Those marks are not there for fun, they mean something. They are meant to guide your pronunciation of the words so stop throwing them around. It’s hard to read a Yoruba book fluently without them.

    By the way, It’s Dèjì not Dèjí…………you’re welcome!

  2. Princd

    April 20, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    I love the last blazer but the rest are normal stuff you can get anywhere.

  3. andtherewasone

    April 20, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    I think in naija now, being a designer of suits is all about mixing colours. Myt be wrong. If I am, clarify me. Its still d suits I know n see

  4. Precious

    April 21, 2016 at 10:13 am

    I love them all. I got some female suits from Deji and they are all beautiful.

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