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Nosakhari’s Djembe Bags Walk The Runway at Labrum’s AW23 LFW Show

Synonymous with independence and luxury, Nosakhari, continues to distinguish itself as a dynamic player on the London Fashion Week calendar, as a British-made, luxury leather accessories brand.

For the second season, Nosakhari accessories were on display at the Labrum London runway show staged within the unique setting of London’s Brixton Village market, Feb. 19.

Derived from Creative Director Foday Dumbuya’s own experience of migration as a child, travelling from Sierra Leone to London via Cyprus, LABRUM’s AW23 ‘From Greener Pastures’ came to life in joyful sartorial notes, ethnic-inspired prints, and innovative outerwear. Creative Consultant Ibrahim Kamara, stylists Felix Paradza & Mark Mutyambizi, art director Julianknxx and set designer Yinka Ilori were among the aesthetic forces behind Labrum London’s latest catwalk showcase.

“With AW23 we wanted to showcase how the dialogue between new and old homes shape families as they are reunited, and how they combine both African and British cultures in their new environment, preserving traditions from the motherland for generations to come,” said Foday Dumbuya, Labrum London Creative Director and Founder.

Envisaged with a similar soul, Nosakhari’s Djembe 101 bag accompanied playful tailored ensembles for both men and women, to the beat of heartfelt diaspora music, poetry, and contemporary dance.

Inspired by the West African Djembe drum – the iPhone of its time — the Djembe Series continues to perpetuate a message of hope and unity in a modern context. Contextualised by the brands art director, multidisciplinary artist, and interior designer Tejumola Adenuga, AKA Butler Archive, Nosakhari’s Djembe series is driven by the success of its 101 and 102 bags.

Measuring 19 x 19 cm with a 4cm-wide gusset, the 101 and 102 are made with sleek Italian full grain leather with soft microfiber lining. Accented with decorative hand stitching and detachable shoulder strap and silver toned hardware, both are perfectly enhanced with the brand’s new signature signifier logo embossed on the front. “Connecting our collections with a deep message is a way for us to convey our philosophy. The Djembe series is all about marching to the beat of one’s own drum, overcoming challenges and celebrating the individuals carrying on its legacy,” said Nosakhari’s founder Nosa Osadolor.

Designed and handcrafted in London the FW collection is available to buy now online at and in their newly opened satellite store at 2 Denman Place in Ham Yard Village, Soho until Feb 28.

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