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Chidinma Ekile Photos on Ilé Ilà ( “House of Lines”) Àdùnní  Chair

Chidinma Ekile also known as Ms. Kedike was born on 2 May 1991. She is a very popular Nigerian musician, singer and songwriter. From the nature of her name, you can tell that she is from the eastern part of Nigeria, specifically, from Imo state. However, she was born in Ketu, Kofose, in Lagos state.

Her rise to stardom started when she won the third season of Project Fame West Africa. Since then, her progress in the music world in Nigeria and in Africa has been constant and astronomical. Consequently, unlike some Project Fame West Africa winners, she has produced some popular and hit songs like, Kedike, Jankoliko, Emi Ni Baller, Oh Baby and more.

Recently we spotted Ms. Kedike in her instagram page where she posted some beautiful pictures of herself. The nature of the damsel and her outfit in the picture could not but made us to decide to feature it on our fashion page.

She tagged the pictures “#MadeinNigeria #asooke” and “ARTxCHAIR OWN IT!” Now, you may wonder why tag the pictures this way. Following the lead on the comment section of the photos, you can tell she was modelling for a Nigerian lifestyle and furniture design company called House of Lines founded by a Nigerian lady by name Tosin Oshinowo.

Ilé Ilà (translated “House of Lines”) was started by Tosin Oshinowo in 2017 to celebrate her native Yoruba culture. It is a lifestyle furniture-line designed and hand-made in Lagos, Nigeria. The company design period-conscious furniture with a contemporary African content, hand-made with love, in Lagos Nigeria.
Consequently in the pictures below featuring the beautiful and baby-faced looking Chidinma, you will discover that the furnitures at the background were purposely made to be conspicuous in the photos. The emphasis is that they are Nigerian made furnitures with a beautiful Nigerian born angelic looking damsel modelling for the company.
The furniture being advertised is the Àdùnní  Chair. Àdùnní  means ‘daughter of the sweet one’ in Yoruba, one of the languages spoken in Nigeria. It is a celebration of African Modernism. The chair’s frame is made from Nigerian teak wood and is upholstered in two styles of the indigenous Yoruba textile Asò-oké. The front bears Asò-oké Gboro-gidi (solid) and behind Asò-oké Onja-wú ati iho (perforated), both hand-loomed in Nigeria.
The Àdùnní  Chair  is in seven vibrant colours, each with a matching footstool. The colours are pupa féré (pink), osàn (orange), pón (yellow), pupa (red), elésè àlùkò (purple), ewé (green) and búlúù (blue).

@ile.ila is at it again with The Àdùnní Chair. Àdùnní in English means ‘daughter of the sweet one’. It was mad fun putting together the campaign #thisisusafrica and collaborating with an amazing team. Chidinma Ekhile – Muse @chidinmaekile Tosin Oshinowo – Founder @tosin.oshinowo Oladotun Ojuolape Kayode – Creative Director @do2dtun Emmanuel Oyeleke – Photographer @emmanueloyeleke Jane Michael Ekanem – Stylist @janemichaelekanem Oraibi Wakana – Make-up Artiste @nickkiwaks Gift Ekhile – Hair-stylist @giftedhands_5050 Oladayo Odunaro – Cinematographer & Editor @theoladayo SMirK – Music Ile-Ila: House of Lines 3rd Floor, CBC Tower, Olubunmi Owa Street, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki contact person: Ada Nwanguma +234 802 378 9728, +234 1 293 0622 #theàdùnníchair #thisisusafrica #afromodernisim #iléilà #ileila #madeinnigeria

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