Nigeria-via-London streetwear label VIVEDNII has shown its upcoming Fall/Winter 2019 collection in a lookbook shot by Vogue Italia-approved photographer Chuchu Ojekwe and Vilma Red while the video was created by Chukwa Okonjo.
The label started off as a blog in 2011, and after styling the likes of Big Sean and Labrinth, it was soon spotted by the late Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani who encouraged the trio to make a brand. In its FW19 collection, VIVENDII presents a bold selection of shirts, sweatshirts, hats, trousers, shorts and even a pair of boxers, once more furthering its creative output.
Some of the most notable pieces in the collection include its scarf, which sports road-side sticker-like motifs alongside signs pointing to Rome and Paris. Elsewhere, VIVENDII showcases a tie-dye sweater complete with neon-indebted branding, as well as a matching bucket hat and trousers. Rounding off its seasonal offerings is boldly printed shirts, such as its half-split button up and the all-over text graphic offering.
Take a look at the upcoming VIVENDII FW19 collection in its lookbook above, and keep an eye out for its impending drop online.
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