D&D Clothing, the top African fashion company with head office in Dubai and branches in Europe, makes headway in the global fashion industry as it continues its movement in Africa, starting in Kenya, with the large production center.
Leading international fashion company D&D Clothing, the first African brand that turned African prints into western designs, revolutionizes the global fashion industry with “Made in Africa” designs. These designs are creativity-borne from fashion designers who know their onions regarding quenching the insatiable fashion wants of customers, thereby producing clothes that can be accessed and worn by everyone across the globe. This idea is geared at making people, irrespective of the cultural divide, feel and understand the difference between donning in African wears and other conventional wears in different parts of the world.
“Whether people are looking for a vast range of colors, patterns, refresh their old clothes, or they simply have a specific model in mind to create it by their design, D&D Clothing leads the way in providing exclusive service dedicated to unique and distinctive products made with our signature and attention to details,” says Dennis Osadebe, founder of D&D Clothing.
D&D Clothing offers classic collections made from the finest Italian, Japanese and Egyptian fabrics like cotton, silk, stretchy with their own print. The company is also notable for providing exclusive, varying services at competitive prices and different categories.
According to Dennis Osadebe, D&D Clothing takes pride in “designing and printing our fabrics and transforming them into modern African wear for men with our authentic African touch.”
“These fabrics have specific prints and symbols that signify a lot of things that can redefine the African fashion industry.”
A typical example of this distinct curation is the geometric patterns in African fashion fabrics that have always been about spirituality and people becoming adept as they grow.
“We at D&D Clothing give a new meaning to this African wear by combining ancient and powerful animals like giraffes, elephants, and tigers,” Dennis Osadebe says.
Elucidating patterns and styles to illustrate African culture through dressing, D&D Clothing recreates metaphors for monarchs and chiefs as tools used to
represent ancient traditions of rebellions and triumphs in its online African fashion store.
Also, among its bestsellers is the D&D Crocodile prints. Dennis Osadebe further gave an insight into the symbolism of crocodiles that have a deeper meaning when used in African fashion fabrics. They are the “markers of beginning and growth, wisdom, and protectors of knowledge.”
D&D Clothing also leads the charge in creating stunning african wear for women, helping fashion personalities stand out from the crowd and forego store-bought clothes. The fashion brand ties class with culture, as it relatively tailors each of the bespoke wedding dresses to the couple or bride’s cultural heritage.
“We will assist you in deciding on a model and material for a dress, based on our many years of experience working with brides. We understand how difficult it is for the bride to prepare for her big day,” says Dennis Osadebe.
Moreover, D&D Clothing can tailor bridal dress by measurements of any model. The CEO made an emphasis on how customers could think about every detail of the outfit, with its fashion experts, such that every detail is exactly how they understand. As a notable fashion brand, D&D Clothing understands the intricacies of wanting to look African even while being formal—that is why they tailor their discourse of fashion towards bridging the gap between African and Western styles of fashion. What do they do? They provoke the African sense of fashion culture out with a Western outlook. This is evident in their shirts, blazers, gowns with a 95% African theme.
The African fashion store has introduced Made in Africa Brand of all designs — from shirts, suits, wedding and evening gowns to lingerie, casual and office dresses, sportswear, and even African men shirts.
Today, D&D Clothing is taking over the world of African fashion by creating a unique niche of its kind in Africa. This innovative feat is owed to the creative exuberance of being the first fashion brand in Africa to create an African sizes chart. With this invention, getting the best-fit dresses of all kinds becomes easy for all body types.