Monday, 6th February 2023
Synonymous with creativity, independence and luxury, Nosakhari, continues to distinguish itself on the London scene as a U.K. made luxury and accessories brand with quality rivaling some of the industry’s VANGUARD legacy brands.
Driven by the vision of its founder Nosakhare Osadolor and Art Director & multidisciplinary artist, Tejumola Adenuga, AKA Butler Archive. Nosakhari’s chic fall winter accessories range sees the return of icons and the debut of new ones, all of which marry the brand’s signature versatility with Made in London innovation.
Whilst infusing a sense of humanism into the constructivist minimalism of Nosakhari’s signature pieces, the Butler Crossbody remains a unique exercise, rendering its design a practical and gorgeous must-have. The Djembe series also continues to grow with the unveiling of the 101 and 102 bags. Measuring 19 x 19 cm with a 4cm-wide gusset, the 101 and 102 are made with the finest grade of sleek Italian full grain leather accented with the decorative hand stitching that is a core characteristic of the Djembe.
Inspired by the West African Djembe drum – the iPhone of its time — the Djembe Series was envisaged to perpetuate a message of creative grit and community in a modern context.
“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,” says Nosakhari’s founder Nosa Osadolor.
The latest collection will be unveiled at a private preview on the 16th of Feb at the Brand’s new Satellite store — 2 Denman Place in Ham Yard Village, Soho. The collection will also be available for preorder at the store and online (nosakhari.com) between Feb. 17 to Feb. 28. Prices for the collection range from £295 – £1100 linesheets available on request
Nosakhari is a luxury leather goods and accessories company located in the heart of the Hackney Borough of London. A philosophy-driven brand, its diverse team of fashion-forward artisans and designers focus on igniting individuality and self-expression, using leather as a unique medium to uplift and support a greater community.
About Tejumola Butler Adenuga:
Tejumola Butler Adenuga is known for creating detailed ink drawings on paper and canvas using found photography and removing its informational excess, creating a visual story in the process. Using aluminum as a new medium, he has recently pivoted into making furniture inspired by West African fictional mythology, the works are a fantasy of an African utopia without external interference.