BY OMIKO AWA
CARVINGS, furniture, fashion and other genres of the art met recently at the White Space, Raymond Njoku Street, Ikoyi, as Zebra Living opened its doors to the public for Dikko Chronicles and Mara Home exhibition.
Ugoma Adegoke and Sandra Obiago
The show, which attracted guests from different fields, saw the outfit’s retrospective capsule collection of classic vintage dresses in iconic bold African wax prints as well as colourful vintage laces and retro painterly textures.
Aside from clothes, there was the installation of Mara home collections, which was mostly made of furniture and décor items.
Marc -Andre Schmachtel and a guest
Speaking at the show, Ugoma Adegoke, creative director, Zebra Living, said for half a decade she has recycled fabrics and notions from her fashion projects to create rustic, collectible accent furniture pieces that attract the following of art-loving, design-conscious and functional decorators and buyers.