Tuesday, 19 February 2008

This is what I call Design Innovation - TOJU F.

Hello ladies, I hope you are all well out there. Today, I'm going to share with you this beautiful designs by an upcoming Nigerian designer Toju. To tell you the truth I would love to see one Tanzanian designer who would make me go wow as much as Western African designers do. Ladies feast your eyes on these...

















BE HAPPY,LIFES TOO SHORT!!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

my dear FT,
am a fashion designer based in dar,
i wish to share my designs here, so how can i send you my designs fotos?

Anonymous said...

about toju designs,,,
i dont know how to express it, they are just so so cool.

FT said...

thank you for visiting ft, and showing your willingness to share your designs your warmly welcome to send to soth1310@hotmail.co.uk

Anonymous said...

thank you darlin.

shamim a.k.a Zeze said...

wow!! FT these are great jamani....nawish ningempata fundi wa kushona nguo vizuri hivyo mie ningekua navaa matenge tu wallah

kuna desgn mmoja nimeona anajiita MAPOZI DESIGN ndani ya EXCEL MAGAZINE...nae anafanya fresh nitamsaka ninunue kivazi chake then nitakutumia FT umpe credits

ZEZE

FT said...

Yeah shamim, That will be great ama unaweza ukamuomba picha za mavazi yake then...naweza kumpa credit no problem at all. ila bado sijaona, ambao wanafanya fashion show mie sioni bado kama wamefika udesigner wakupewa credit kubwa ingawa wanajitahidi maana najua madesigner ambao utabaki mdomo wazi na ni wakiafrika ila si watanzania!!Keep visiting Finishing Touches...and by the way TO anony, I look forward to seeing and sharing your designs with everyone.

Anonymous said...

hey FT, i love sanaa lathan...
can you post something about her.

FT said...

Hi anonymous, I Sanaa is actually one of my favourite actresses so i'll definitely post something about her!!Keep visiting FT!!

Anonymous said...

FT hizo nguo ni nzuri sana!!

Anonymous said...

FT the cloths are fab, bring us more!! With a little imagination and creativity one can do wonders with African themed fabric. WaTZ can do it but the problem is creativity, FINISHING and the need to complicate (mmeremeto,silk, etc) when simplicity always does it. For example pic no.4 its just a simple shift but the arm detail has made it booootiful!

FT said...

I totally agree with you there anony: I think if they pay more attention to detail and how the finished product looks they can create as you say wonders seriously!!Ooh well one day, we hope!!

Thank you all for visiting finishing touches...and i'll try my best to share more beautiful creations with you all!!

Anonymous said...

Hallow FT one question, what type of material are there clothes made of? is there any shop I can find such material in TZ?

FT said...

Hi, These clothes are made from lace, ankara and damask which are mostly from Western Africa but I am sure there are places that sell them in Tanzania!! Try Renzo in Dar es Salaam, Mikocheni opposite TZ Former President Mwinyi's House or near DIS school!! I know they tailor clothes, I am not sure if they sell fabrics too!!

Anonymous said...

ahh wewe D.I.S lol!
dja

Anonymous said...

Thanks FT for your info about where to find this type of clothes in Tz. I getting marriage soon and i want to wear african style dress. But I am located in the netherlands so ow i thinking how to get such dress while I am here mhhh i wish I could know one shop in Amsterdam or other places if you know please help.
Thanks again