DAVID TLALE

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Why did you de­cide to take part in this show and what ex­pe­ri­ences/mem­o­ries would you be tak­ing back to your coun­try?

I saw it as a good op­por­tu­nity to in­crease our foot­print as the David Tlale brand in La­gos and to am­plify that we are not only a fash­ion brand but also, a life­style brand. As ex­pected, the ex­pe­ri­ence was phe­nom­e­nal. Call her Clas­sic Com­mu­ni­ca­tions made our visit and stay in La­gos mem­o­rable, the

Pro­duc­tion, hos­pi­tal­ity and the en­tire Bridal Fash­ion Week ex­pe­ri­ence is an event to re­mem­ber.

Why bridal fash­ion?

Fash­ion trends, mu­sic, pol­i­tics and life in gen­eral evolves, and so have we as a brand. We have to en­sure that we en­com­pass the en­tire life­style of our clients and show­case the evo­lu­tion of bridal fash­ions.

Do you de­sign with a cer­tain type of bride in mind?

We al­ways lis­ten to the needs of the brides, and ad­vise them based on their body shape and style and then cre­ate some­thing that would suit their struc­ture. Our mis­sion is to make brides or the en­tire bridal party look good, feel good and stand­out from the crowd.

Who are your bridal style icons?

Carolina her­rera, Vivi­enne West­wood and Alexan­der mcQueen

if you could de­sign a wed­ding dress for any­one (from his­tory or a cur­rent fig­ure), whom would you choose and how would you dress them?

michelle Obama. I would like to dress her as a queen de­serves to dress, clas­sic, time­less and deca­dent.

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