Designs by Lauren
Designs by Lauren is a lifestyle clothing brand created for the "woman who love fabric". The designs are modern Caribbean concept with the timeless twist.
Maryam Garba International
The Maryam Garba International brand embodies the designer’s own unique background and values. Having lived in world-class cities around the globe, earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Stanford and Harvard Universities, respectively and worked in fashion, medicine, education, consulting and brokerage, Maryam’s experiences inspired her to transform traditional business clothes into elegant and affordable designs that enable success. As the San Jose Press declared, her designs, “would no doubt look great on just about anyone.”
rahyma woman's clothing designs Designing and creating has always been a part of me, my Nigeria background is a big influence in my creativity. All we ladies like to look great and different and that has been one of my greatest motivation, Since launching my label, I have been overwhelmed by the love for African prints fabric in women clothing. Everyone that has supported my designs and my shop are so special to me. Thank you so much, I will keep bringing you the very best of African Prints in current trends and transforming the African Print Fabric into drool inducing fashion marvels.
MENOGU DESIGNS is an African Inspired Apparel brand seeking to infuse culture and style in ready to wear clothing by using African prints and textiles to design one of a kind garments. Menogu Designs is a lifestyle brand, bringing Africa to the forefront of fashion and taking inspirations from the Designer's native roots, then using them to design garments that represent strength and pride. The Founder and Designer is Uchechi Emenogu. She was born in Nigeria, but currently resides in the greater Los Angeles area. The name “Menogu” is derived from her last name “Emenogu,” which means “Acting in good faith;” a phrase that will continue to follow her throughout her career. Young, ambitious & talented, her passion for native textiles and “catchy” fabrics with abstract detail clearly sets her apart from many designers today.