Designer moves to expand operations, increase customers’ satisfaction
A top designer, Frontpage Luxury, is to expand its frontiers beyond Nigeria to meet the needs of customers.
The Creative Director, Charles Uzamere, in a statement, yesterday, restated that being in business had not just been for monetary gains, but for customers’ satisfaction.
He stated that leaving a lasting legacy of delivery quality and giving value to customers’ needs remain a priority.
Uzamere said: “With over two decades of experience in the luxury fashion industry, FrontPage/FPC Couture is looking to expand beyond the frontiers of the Nigerian shores.”
“FrontPage is also the parent company of the indigenous brand, FPC Couture, which is an acronym for FrontPage Couture. It is a brand that deals in luxury shoes and apparels for men. They have a wide range of classy and bespoke shirts, African kaftans, suits and others to their name,” he said.
The creative director also disclosed that FrontPage (FPC Couture) is also an avid supporter of scrabble, adding: “It is seen with the enormous support they have given to various tournaments and players over the years. They give back to various charities through Rotary Club and local charities.
“Frontpage Luxury is an upscale luxury designer shop that deals in luxury brands for men with their flagship in Lagos. They opened their first store on Allen Avenue in February 2005 with other outlets in Lekki and Ikota complex before opening their megastore in Ikoyi at No 45 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.”
“We currently have contracts with retail brands like Billionaire, Phillip Plein, Magnanni, Roberto Cavalli, and John Galliano. They also retail renowned brands like Gucci, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, and a host of others.