When flawless tailoring meets style, a lot of things can happen, all of them good. And the new Noble Igwe X David Wej collaboration just proved this even more.
Noble Igwe in collaboration with ready to wear designer David Wej just put out a playbook. The playbook, a fun look book, explores how five David Wej looks can be styled and given the Noble Igwe Identity.
For a first look, Igwe and Wej explore the blend of florals and blues. He takes a blue two piece from David Wej and pairs it with a floral shirt from Tribes by Nobs, choosing to accessorize with a blue floral pocket square, dark brown Chelsea boots and simple blue framed glasses.
He goes from resort to edgy with the same look by turning in his floral shirt for a dark blue one, and doning on a grey beret.
For a next look, he takes the classic black tux with a velvety lapel detail, and matching pants in an all black classic man persona complete with a blaat. Throwing a little color in the mix, he stuffs in a purple floral pocket square.
In the third look, he gives a grey David Wej stripped two piece, the Noble touch by accessorizing it with the ever present floral scarf and a grey hat.
Next, he pairs another stripped two piece with a polka dot print shirt, and accessorizes with a tan hat.
The next look takes a break from formal two pieces. He pairs a wine colored waist coat and black denim pants, with David Wej boots.
For a finale, he dons on a navy blue jacket, print shirt, mustard shorts and white sneakers. The ever present floral scarf stays put and of course it won’t be Noble without the hat.
All six looks embodied the fusion of good pieces meeting style, proving yet again that both go hand in hand.
Photography: Photography by Innocent
Assistants: Golden Pixel, Matheus Okonkwo and Irie (Avran) Felix
Styling & Direction: Noble Igwe
Temidayo Taiwo-Sidiq is a Journalist, Political Analyst and Satirist with major interest in Nigerian Politics, Governance and Sports.