One of Nigeria’s Biggest Content Creator, Comedian and Influencer, Isokoboy has undoubtedly risen through the years proving himself and his works to be top notch and surely standing the test of time with records of excellence, successes and so much more. He hasn’t seized to utilize his economy of influence to his most viable state which has been evident in his huge instagram followers and a drive into fashion entrepreneurship which has successfully sailed since inception.
Isoko Boy is that dude who doesn’t just want or like stress and with his brand ISB Originals which defines him as that Original dude he is relentlessly driving to be a Master of his crafts. With an ever enthusiastic personality he has designed a new collection which he themes, ISB Heritage.
Shedding more light on this he explains, “Who doesn’t like to tell his or her heritage? I bet no one, the ISB Originals fans should expect the Real African Heritage thing even down to leopard skin imprint on this new collection. I and my brand ISB Originals have always got that African vibe, between I be Africa boy so?”
On what sets this collection in distinction he states that it’s originality and creating that African Iconic style tells it all. He has always embedded his designs and ideas into what’s home without loosing connection to his root he gears towards always positioning his brand as a celebration of the Nigerian style and African fashion cutting across all options and patterns.
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