Attend Urban brands' Luxury Pop Up this May

Plan to attend the Risqué and Kinabuti's POPUP LUXURY set to take place on May 13th in Lagos. See details...

The Italo-Nigerian ethical fashion label  have joined forces with Risqué high street Indian fashion brand for the POPUP LUXURY event set to hold at RSVP.

The exclusive popup shop will be done in collaboration with a range of luxury female brands for a one-day shopping experience of a life time.

Malvika Kapoor Risque’s creative director and founder of The Pop Up Store Lagos reveals “POPUP LUXURY project is devoted to women’s prêt-à-porter, menswear ready-to-wear and accessories, with a focus on product innovation, and new outlooks bringing together established firms and emerging brands.”

The Lagos Nigeria based Pop Up Store moves around, it started in 2015 with hundreds of visitors and was held in London and New York. After POPUP LUXURY, Risque and Kinabuti will join other international designers a POP UP Shop in London by the end of May 2017.

The event is set to hold at RSVP Restaurant in Victoria Island Lagos on Saturday 13th May 2017 from 11am to 6pm, followed by a drink reception.


Date- Saturday 13th May 2017

Venue- RSVP, V.I Lagos

Time- 11am-6pm

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