Meet the Founder of the Fashion Brand Building Schools in Rural Africa — One Outfit at a Time!

Uyi Omorogbe is the driving force behind NASO, a Black-possessed contemporary style brand that weds Western and African culture to make immortal, moderate pieces highlighted with credible materials from Africa. Structured in New York City yet made in Africa, the clothing line is ideal for the style-forward worldwide resident.

Uyi is an original Nigerian-American who, as of late, moved on from Colgate University, where he was additionally a Division 1 Men’s soccer player.

As a social business person, he is utilizing his organization to put resources into the eventual fate of Africa by building schools in rustic towns and by assembling 100% of his items on the landmass. The organization’s first school worked in the Nigerian provincial city of Urhokuosa where Uyi’s dad grew up.

His strategic basic: to deliver incredible items, make a financial chance and engage the young people of Africa to change their networks and all the while, the world.

Uyi remarks, “When our clients wear our dress, we need them to have a sentiment of strengthening, an inclination that makes them figure, ‘Very much done’ or as we state in Nigeria, ‘NASO.'”

Just as of late, Uyi and his organization banded together with the Banana Republic for a four-day spring up shop in their lead store in Manhattan, New York City (Rockefeller Center).


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