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Joy Meribe

10 Oct
Joy Meribe, Nigerian-born Italian designer, made headlines after she opened Milan Fashion Week. The eponymous brand is a black owned luxury brand that makes references to Afro culture. Speaking to the Guardian Life, she talks about fate, and what makes Joy Meribe unique. You are the first Nigerian to debut your runway collection on the…
9 Oct
It was surreal. Just seeing my name on the official Milan Fashion Week calendar made me so emotional. During the fashion show when I came out to greet the audience, I couldn’t hold it in anymore.

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