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Abia Fashion Week: DelightXclusives awarded Best Casual Wear Designer

DelightXclusives Fashion receives award for "The Best Casual Wear Designer" at the Abia State Fashion Week on Saturday 21 September. This award being the first of its kind seeks to boost while appreciating the best of the best in the world of fashion that Abia state has been known for. DelightXclusive boss in an interview thanked the governor of Abia state His Excellency, Dr. T A Orji for his insight and support and recognition of a sector that is integral to Abia State as a go-to fashion state. He also applauded the organisers for an award well administered while promising to keep clothing-to fit Nigerians and foreigners. DX is known for their bespoke ankara/kente mix that can be customised for footwears, suits, casuals and accessories. Runway pictures are coming soon

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