- A Nigerian fashion designer recently recreated Ebuka's outfit for the recent eviction show
- Recall the BBNaija host caused a buzz on social media with his military-inspired outfit
- Designer, Zakari Zubairu, wowed many internet users with his near-perfect imitation of the outfit
After many poor attempts by several fashion designers and tailors, a talented young man finally made a stunning replica of BBNaija host Ebuka's recent eviction outfit.
Recall Ebuka showed up in a military-inspired outfit for the recent eviction which saw housemates Ozo and Trikytee exiting the show.
Fashion designer, Zakari Zubairu, was so impressed by this that he went as far as recreating the look, spending 9 hours in the process.
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Zubairu shared a photo in which he not only showed off the outfit but also recreated one of Ebuka's pose in the outfit.
"I could not sleep before daybreak all because of #Ebuka. I fall in love with his outfit. 7am to 3pm. 9 hour's work. Ebuka BBNaija lockdown call Zubiconcept. What a stressful day!"
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Meanwhile, it is common to hear stories of tailors disappointing their clients by not meeting up with deadlines as expected.
It is even more common to hear stories of badly tailored outfits and this appears to be the case with a recent story.
Twitter user identified as@__MiB_ recently left social media cracking with laughter after he took to the micro-blogging platform to share photos of what a lady asked her tailor to make versus the dress she got back.
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In other news, a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @ximply_kay has shown that the country is blessed with creative seamstresses.
On Saturday, September 19, the lady posted on the micro-messaging platform that she turned her mom's pieces of clothing, which the Yorubas call iro and buba, into a great style.
Posing as a model for her masterpiece, she shared pictures showing her wearing the cloth. One of the photos also displayed her sewing.
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