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House of Marie Spring Summer 2017 Collection – Inspired by the Niger Delta Oil Spill & Advocacy for the Girl Child

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House of Marie Spring Summer 2017 is themed “Our Nigeria” and it reflects on two prominent issues in Nigeria as well as the common act of Nigerians celebrating regardless of circumstances.

House of Marie designed it’s own print as a painting which shines light upon the environmental issues in the Niger Delta. Oil Spills from petroleum operations have slowly poisoned waters and obliterated vegetation and agricultural land. For over twenty five years there has been no concerned and effective effort on the part of the government or oil operators to control this issue.

Another print designed as a painting touches the Girl Child education, socio-cultural patterns, religious misconceptions, poverty, teenage pregnancy and early marriage amongst other factors. House of Marie is creating awareness of the eradication of discrimination against women.

The brand created a print which shows Nigeria as a happy country despite the conflicts we face. The print is a painting of various Nigerian tribes in their cultural attire partying together as one.

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Creative Director: Joan Ibuzo.
Stylist/ Designer: Uche Uba (@VcheUba), Ethan Regal (@Ethan_Regal)
Make-up artist: Uche Uba (@VcheUba)
Accessories: Artsmith Collections. (@GbengaArtsmith)
Model: Kemi Amusan (@TheKemiAmusan)
Photographer: Enyeasi Kadara (@Enyeasi.k)

Instagram: HouseOfMarie_NG
Twitter: HouseOfMarie_NG
Facebook: HouseofMarieNg

6 Comments

  1. cocopops

    October 24, 2016 at 9:53 am

    Is there spring/summer in Nigeria biko????

  2. marlee

    October 24, 2016 at 9:59 am

    oh no no no. wrong material to use for this kind of design. bad finishing and the print is beautiful though.

  3. Mimi0560

    October 24, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    Yh, nice print but bad and tacky finishing.. Is it me or some of the model’s poses are kinda awkward

  4. bruno

    October 24, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    the model is sickening. giving me grace jones realness.

    if u are going to be political with ur designs u dont have to so literal about it. the paintings on the clothes are not well done and that kills this collection.

    the photography and lighting are amazing.

  5. Justice.

    October 24, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    Now who will do a print “”highlighting”” Habiba Isa’s “”issue””? That girl is still in captivity, surrounded by men old enough to be her father and grandfather, hypnotised, intimidated, her life and that of her father and family threatened, her innocence lost, her hymen ruptured, her virginity lost, defiled and raped first by by the paedophile 64 year old emir, then due to the hue and cry, passed on, to be defiled and raped and ‘married’ some more by the younger paedophile, Jamilu Lawal.

    Where is her own print? Who will make it?

    Who will wear it? Is it Aisha Buhari who was married at 9 years old by a 47 year old Mohammadu Buhari? It is not Salvatore Ferragamo. It does not cost thousands of thousands or hundreds of thousands of dollars. So …

    • Teron

      October 25, 2016 at 5:16 am

      It actually does cost thousands of dollars to make prints – don’t be ignorant

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