With a vision to be ranked among the best 10 designers in the world and the very best in Africa, Mudi boasts a large number of celebrity figures in Nigeria as clients. They include famous actor and now a commissioner in Delta State, Richard Mofe-Damijo, ex-footballer, John Fashanu; popular comedian, Okey Bakassi to mention but a few.
Presently, Mudi is, arguably, the number one clothing line for male outfits from casual to traditional outfits.
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FRANK OSHODI:The handsome face behind House of Burnor, Frank Osodi has been in the game since 1989.He has been a model, choreographer and now a top rated fashion designer and make-up expert. As a make-up artiste, Osodi has handled several television commercials such as Macleans toothpaste, ultrasheen, indomie noodles and others.
He, it was, who designed the outfits worn by Miss Agbani Darego when she won the MGBN and Miss World beauty pageants in 2001.
ADEBAYO JONES:A London-based designer, his focus primarily occasion, formal wear and wedding dresses. His designs are all about clean lines, expert tailoring and precision finishing.
Described as one of the pioneering African designers in Europe, fashion stakeholders describe Jones as “immensely talented with each of his designs breathtaking and captivating.”
DAVID WEJ:david wej is a contemporary unique clothing outfit set up by Adedayo David Eweje, a Nigerian born image consultant.It is Remarkable to note that within a short while of setting up the brand, it has gained enormous recognition and patronage most especially with the corporate Nigeria and entertainment industry.
The brand is already penetrating the international market as his products are being sort after internationally and currently being sold in some selected stores in Dubai and Johannesburg.
David Wej is committed to redefining style across all genres locally and internationally.
MODELA COUTURE: Bayo Adegbe is the young man behind the famous label, Modela Couture. He hit the big stage when he won the 'Designer of the year' award at the Nigerian Fashion Show 2004. With his deign style that is overtly high fashion, fanciful and largely feminine, Adegbe is regarded as the King of Haute Couture in Nigeria.
Adegbe's journey into couture circles was not by happenstance. He had five younger sisters who modeled at one time or another, which obviously ignited his interest in the fashion business.
He started out as a model and later a modeling agent and eventually started Modela Agency/Couture Fashion 12 2001 with about 60 models. His formal training started at Nobel Afrique in 1996, where he learnt to cut and sew.
In an interview recently, Adegbe had described his work as pure fun. His words: “I feel at home making costumes for people. I feel very much at home. I don't like to make clothes and look at it as work. I want to look at it like I'm enjoying myself.
“What gives me joy is just to see the person wearing what I made and that person calls me back to say: “Modela, when I wore that dress, it was a stunner as always. Everybody complemented the dress, everybody loved my outfit! That make my day.”
ADE BAKARE:The Ade Bakare Couture label is aimed at the sophisticated woman, who likes to appear glamorous at all times. His designs capture the true spirit of the feminine form and are designed in a modern way, always giving his clientele something new to look forward to.The choice designer for many celebrity women in Nigeria, this young man in his 40's, has participated in many fashion exhibitions at home and abroad