Burna Boy storms Coachella in Kenneth Ize’s woven design

The creativity of Nigerian designers was showcased in New York over the weekend, as the rave of the moment, Burna Boy rocked a creative design by fashion designer Kenneth Ize for his performance at Coachella.

Ize is known for his intricate work with traditional weaving, such as aso-oke.

Burna Boy performs at Coachella wearing Kenneth Ize’s design

His latest collection, which features Burna Boy’s iconic outfit was presented at the Paris Fashion Week in France which earned him a coveted LVMH prize nomination.

Burna’s looks for the concert was by his stylist sister, Ronami Ogulu, who had been featured in Vogue.

Ize Nigerian designer in similar design

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For his Coachella performance, “we knew they were going to pull something fantastic out of the bag but this Kenneth Ize fit is everything and more.

“We love that in everything he does and everywhere he goes, Burna brings a piece of home. Well done to him and Ronami for providing such huge platforms for homegrown talent,’’ Ogulu said.

Looking sharp, Burna Boy took to the stage and thrilled fans with a selection of his popular hits like, ‘Ye,’ ‘Dangote,’ ‘Tonight,’ ‘Killin Dem,’ ‘Soke,’On The Low,’ and others.

Burna also performed his Zanku anthem ‘Killin Dem,’ which got the crowd yearning for more.


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