The director and chief government officer (CEO) of the Lagos State Council for Arts and Tradition (LCAC), Idowu Johnson, has advocated a return to the roots when the style business paid consideration to indigenous trend.
Johnson made this assertion over the weekend when he led the LCAC management to take part within the second Ile Ka’aro Ojiire Vogue Week 2022 Stakeholders Assembly held at Banquet Corridor, June 12 Cultural Middle, Kuto, Abeokuta.
He mentioned the style week would additionally function a trailblazer to advertise the style business, expertise acquisition and empowerment for gainful employment.
Occasion Coordinator Adewale Atepe mentioned that the style week is a celebration of Yoruba trend tradition.
“Any tradition emanating from the Southwest. Which means we should stand as much as take our rightful stand in relation to indigenous trend being part of our tradition.
He cited how the Badagry space of Lagos state is standard for sneakers, belts, luggage and clothes produced from crocodile pores and skin, saying that that is simply one of many uncooked supplies which can be considerable in several localities within the southwestern states.
Beforehand, the Ogun State Tradition and Tourism Commissioner, Ms. Motunrayo Khadijat Adeleye Oladapo, had sought the cooperation of her counterparts within the southwestern states to carry the “Farm to Vogue” week occasion. .