Can anyone recommend to me good shoe designers in Nigeria, I mean indigenous footwear brands that can create trendy shoe designs.
Of Course Yes! There are brilliant shoe designers in Nigeria. You will be blown away with trendy designs across different designers and makers.
Nigerians have great fashion sense, they are more than people who just buy shoes because it is a necessity to cover or protect our feet.
Nigeria’s footwear market is multi-million and still expanding, there her notable shoe brands manufacturers and designers that have stuck around to give Nigerians the best of locally made fashion.
They have come to understand that Nigerians are tired of wearing just about anything that comes from the foreign market that doesn’t have a clue about the culture and fashion sense of Nigeria.
They have since taken it upon themselves to design and create something Indigenous and that which every Nigerian can gladly identify with.
In the past years in the country, several Indigenous footwear brands have come, and they have to stay because they just wouldn’t stop rolling out beautiful, creative and handcrafted designs to suit the different needs and fashion sense of every Nigeria whatever the age group or class.
I will like to talk about Few of such brands…Read on as I present you the top Shoe Designer brands in Nigeria…
The first on my list is TT Dalk. I have previously talked about how the company was started by a young Nigerian graduate of Babcock University in 2008.
Ever since the company has grown to be the best Indigenous Leather and footwear brand in the country today.
They recorded massive success not just in Nigeria, they are now selling to the rest of the world who also likes antique and quality leather products in Shoes, Bags, slippers, and watches.
The founding person who is also the Creative Director of the company Temilade Osinfade is set to redefine the African footwear industry by designing trendy, creative, trendy and elegant footwear and other leather accessories for both men and women who want to satisfy their fashion cravings.