December 4, 2022

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AB Rollings Set To Launch And Open A Pop Up Store In London This Sunday

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Top fashionista, Abiodun Odukoya and his upscale fashion house A.B Rollings Clothiers, is a fashion lovers dream come true, because of ABR’s ability to uniquely combine fast and slow fashion together, under thesame umbrella and with great ease and precision.

The fashion house whose vision is always constant – to rule the world of fashion and provide the needs of fashion savvy buddies – is at it again.

The fashion outfit which had origin in the lively streets of Surulere,  Lagos, has come a long way since the heady days of the ’90’s when it catered to the needs of fashion buffs in Lagos. The fashion house has grown into a recognized and trusted brand now straddling three continents with flagship stores in Lagos and London.

With over two decades experience, A.B Rollings which started from a one stop store on Adelabu Street, in Surulere, Lagos many years ago has continued to meet the fashion needs of diverse clientele in Africa, Europe and America. The fashionpreneur, Abiodun Odukoya enthuses “at A.B Rollings there is something for everyone. We meet the needs of the young and the not so young, men and women, black and white and in all shapes and sizes”.

Word reaching us is that the fashion house is set to launch in London – to the general public –  having gotten a nod of approval from a host of Nigeria and U.K’s finest connoisseurs of high end fine fashion.

A.B Rollings is set for the next phase of expansion as one of Africa’s finest, Obi Cubana is set to collaborate with the fashion house.

It would be recalled that a couple of weeks ago Obi Cubana, a Nigerian socialite stopped by at the A.B. Rollings Clothiers store in London, to buy some exclusive clothes and ordered for some personalized bespoke outfits.

Obi Cubana is so impressed with the brand that he  is investing in it now and with a firm commitment to continue to work  with the fashion house as he forays into the fashion business.

Come Sunday the 19th of December 2021, the clothing store is set to launch its Bespoke, Suits, Blazers, Footwear and accessories store on Brook Street, Mayfair London.

This event is an epoch making one for a fashion  house out of Lagos. Many celebrities and celebutanties are set to support their man ‘Biodun Oduoya, popularly known as “Father Rolling” as he and the fashion house he built glides smoothly into a new era of expansion across continents still with the undiminished vision to meet the  fashion needs of all fashion lovers who choose A.B Rollings.

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