Moh’s Fash­ion CEO: I de­sign fab­rics to fit on you

Daily Trust - - DIGEST - By Opeyemi Ke­hinde

In to­day’s fash­ion world, young and savvy Femi Mo­hammed has carved a niche for him­self.

His fash­ion out­fit, Moh’s Fash­ion House, has been cater­ing for the fash­ion needs of young and en­er­getic Nige­ri­ans as well as old classy men and women for over 4 years.

“I’ve al­ways had in­ter­est in fash­ion since I was a kid. I have al­ways taken in­ter­est in what my mum bought for us when it comes to clothes,” said the be­spoke tai­lor who rarely ac­cepts to be called a fash­ion de­signer.

“I started in 2012 while still in the univer­sity when I made ba­sic shirts with Ankara de­signs for some of my friends. I was do­ing it for fun then but when I re­alised my friends were re­ally pa­tro­n­is­ing me, I de­cided to make a busi­ness out of it,” he added.

Mo­hammed told Daily Trust YOUTHVILLE “I’m a be­spoke tai­lor be­cause I do what peo­ple re­ally want, what fits them.”

Though he draws in­spi­ra­tions from fa­mous Nige­rian fash­ion de­sign­ers like Mai Atafo, Yomi Ca­sual and Seyi Vodi’s works, the 26-years old CEO said “I’m ba­si­cally into be­spoke suits, na­tives and tu­nics which are ba­si­cally my own per­sonal de­signs.”

With his unique classy de­signs, he be­lieves he can com­pete favourably with top fash­ion de­sign­ers, if he could raise more funds for ex­pan­sion.

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