The Mosé Store seeks to be the go-to store for beauty products, especially for African brands who are doing great, but still sell from the trunk.
Guests in attendance included: Oma Ehiri, Ini Dima-Okojie, Taje Prest, Derin Fabikun, Denola Grey, Bolanle Olukanni, Tayo Afolabi, Tewa Onasanya, Anita Brows, Makida Moka, Mo Chedda, Mo ashy, Sharon Oja, Abimbola Craig, Sisi Yemmie, Kaylah Oniwo, Nkem Onwudiwe, Rhoda Ebun, Dimma Umeh, Oge Agu, Eki Ogunbor, Chef Uzo, and many more.
The event began with a press conference boasting an impressive turnout of influencers, celebrities and well-wishers, elegantly dressed in premium African print clothing who came prepared to experience a day in Mose Wonderland whilst having an African tea party. The guests were greeted by compere, Ify Igwe who introduced all to The Mosé Store brand.
The Creative Director of the Mose Store, Nowe Isibor, began by speaking about her incredibly daunting yet rewarding journey that saw the inception of the Mose store. Guests were shocked to know that the Mosé Store had been in existence for over two years. She said of her journey: “There were times when the store was empty and no one was buying anything but I would come in every morning”. Her resilience has finally paid off.
The Omonomosé-in-Chief wants to revolutionize beauty retail in Africa. She is set to create a world class beauty retail chain of stores housing both international and African brands. The Mosé Store seeks to be the go-to store for beauty products, especially for African brands who are doing great, but still sell from the trunk.
This was then followed by a panel discussion consisting of skincare brand owners: Uzor Okonmah, Founder Midori wonders, Folasade Olagbaye, Founder Aralewá Skincare, Zephia Ovia, Founder/CEO Makariah Scrubs and Ore Runsewe, Founder Arami Essentials, who spoke about their experiences stocking with The Mosé Store and the importance of a good quality beauty retail space.
Design Experts of The Mosé Store Ogonna Okafor; Principal Designer Fiona Phillips Design Studio spoke about how this was her first design job after Parsons School of Design in New York City, and how she was more than happy to join the Mosé team in creating a world class beauty retail space. She said Isibor Nowe had a clear vision for the Mosé Store, and it was based on that brief she implemented the Vision of the brand in its design aesthetics.
Renowned Industry Expert Dr Vivian Oputa, dermatologist, Medical Director DermaCare Medical Limited also spoke about the importance of skincare ,especially sunscreen, citing that it was one of the leading causes for premature aging and even cancer. She also spoke about how there were not enough quality beauty retail spaces in Nigeria and the need for such spaces in the beauty industry. On that note the press conference ended and Dr Vivian Oputa had the honor of officially declaring The Mosé Store open for business!
For organic lovers out there, you can also shop your favourite earth-loving and sensitive skin friendly beauty products like the Aweni Organics, Organic Life Plus, Mo’s Essentials, Midori wonders and more.
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