The oldest cognac brand in the world, Martell in collaboration with award-winning fashion designer Iniye Tokyo James popularly known as Tokyo James hosted the private and launching The “OSU” capsule collection that had a showcase at the 2021 Milan Fashion Week.
The private event which took place in Victoria Island, Lagos had a slew of notable personalities, celebrities, fashion designers and media in attendance to experience a world of culminated topnotch fashion and boldness stemmed from the drive and ambition through the eyes of Nigeria’s renowned creative.
The evening event kicked off with the blue carpet reception that saw the attendance of Nigerian celebrities like Waje, Chef Eros, Ronami Ogulu, Prettyboy Do, Veronica Odeka, Eniafe Momodu who glammed with glitz on the blue carpet at the collection unveiling.
The highlight of the evening had guest being treated to an open bar with served premium Martell cocktails and an after-party rolled by DJ Neptune on the wheel of steel.
Also present at the event was Nigerian dancehall artist, Zlatan who had the opening walk.
Martell audaciously identifies with Tokyo James to drive the brand to rediscovering Maison’s audacious spirit. This gives a certainty of Osu being different in its boldness from struggle and the redefined way to self discovery.
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