Designer Joseph Ejiro has been designing since the age of 15, altering clothing for himself to suit his personal aesthetics. Joseph Ejiro perfected the art of creating avant garde pieces through the use of local and international fabrics, embellishments, hand-stitched embroidery and more.
In 2009, while Ejiro was a second year student of physiology/pharmacology at the University Of Jos, he also showcased his first ever collection of 10 pieces at the then Plateau Fashion Week. In 2010 Joseph Ejiro showed a more robust collection at the 2nd edition of the same fashion week where he was handpicked to show at the French embassy organized fashion show, “LA BEAU AFRICANA” FASHION SHOW 2010.
In 2011 Joseph Ejiro was also one of the few designers featured at the NIGHT OF ELEGANT FASHION, LAGOS. In 2013 Ejiro decided to take a break from his own brand, during which he worked with other brands including Ella Matthew Lagos, Sylvia Jones Abuja, and Magnolia By Liz Canada. He has written for Vogue Mania, Runway Times and Tblug. He also co-produced and wrote “Style Files” for GH1 Accra, Ghana.
Having worked with several Nigerian and international designers, Joseph decided to go back to his own brand to turn his unique visions into reality. Joseph Ejiro has graced the fashion pages of several editorials around the world including OTP Magazine, Genex Magazine, Panache Magazine, Belle Monde(PARIS), Vogue Mania, Runway Times, Vanity Teen, Edith, and more.