ELIZÉ Clothing is staying true to their goal of using fashion as a tool to bridge barriers, as the streetwear brand launches TheSS21’ collection and their Mansa Musa range. The latest collection resonates with the brand’s goal of bringing different cultures together while supporting essential community projects in Nigeria through every purchase from customers.
The global fashion industry has grown to become a multi-billion-dollar market, as brands in different parts of the world strive to deliver products to meet the diverse needs of consumers. However, the team at ELIZÉ Clothing looks set to challenge the status quo, especially in the streetwear scene, with the launch of their SS21 collection, which has grown to become a full range of clothing pieces, the latest drop being their Mansa Musa range.
Inspired by the African and British cultures, ELIZÉ Clothing creates a fashion line that ignores the geographic separation and focuses on paying homage to the iconic designs and styles synonymous with both. The SS21 collection depicts everything that the streetwear brand represents, featuring bomber jackets, Masks, Sliders and the Kente inspired T-shirt and Jumper.
Each piece in the collection boldly displays their iconic fusion of cultural influences, announcing the arrival of the brand in the grandest way possible. The bomber jackets, many of them incorporating statement African-inspired prints, are fast becoming the brand’s bestsellers. The versatile reversible bomber jacket can be worn in two different ways at complete ease, a slow fashion type concept created with premium, designer style.
In line with recent developments as regards the Covid-19 pandemic, ELIZÉ encourages their customers to remain conscious of protecting others. Consequently, their latest collection also includes sliders and face masks.
As a social brand, ELIZÉ clothing has developed a clever system that enables customers to understand and specifically view how their purchases have made a difference to communities and where they have contributed to. The brand has launched an initiative to reward every customer with ‘Tembo Coins’ on their personal online accounts, which can be redeemed in form of shopping discounts or stays abroad. ELIZÉ is also partnering with Excell’s International, an organization that builds schools and farms in Nigeria through the ‘£1 a day’ school project to enable children from deprived areas to have access to a high standard education for just £1 a day.
For more information about the first pieces of the Mansa Musa collection, other soon-to-launched works, and other projects from ELIZÉ clothing, please visit – www.elizeclothing.com as well as on social media @elizeclothing.