Nigerian Fashion Houses Are Also Shutting Down Over Coronavirus

 

Following the collective fight against the coronavirus spread, Nigerian fashion houses have also temporarily suspended their in-person services in compliance with the efforts. While some of the businesses have specified the duration of their closure, some will therefore close until further notice.

The idea is to safeguard the health and wellbeing of its staff members, the clients, and also help the general public in slowing down the spread. But whether you have an ongoing order or not, these brands make the most of the social media and have resorted to only online services for the interim. Here, scroll down to read their statements and also see how best to contact them.

Tiffany Amber

 

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We’re more effective when we work together #StaySafe #TiffanyAmber – The Tiffany Amber Team

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Toju Foyeh

 

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Please email for any enquiries or updates. Please stay safe and remember to pray.

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DZYN

 

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Ejiro Amos Tafiri

 

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Matopeda

Levictoria by Zephans & Co

 

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Yemi Shoyemi

Elvira Jude

 

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Stay Safe

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Deola Sagoe

 

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