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Emmy Kasbit

Bianca Suit

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  • Insider Notes

    • In line with their brand ethos of referencing the past, Lagos-based label Emmy Kasbit retell occurrences from the Nigerian civil war through their Ozoemena collection. Crafted from hand-woven Akwete in a bright yellow hue, this Bianca pantsuit is detailed with a motif of iron bars like those embedded in bunker walls. The deconstructed blazer features shoulder flaps that reveal contrasting mesh, while the straight-fit trousers have a high waist and raw edges. Wear yours with a plain T-shirt and flats for more casual occasions.

      - Notch lapel, structured shoulders, button fastening
      - Akwete
      - Sustainably and ethically made by local communities, with the mission to preserve traditional craft techniques
      - Made in Lagos, Nigeria, ships from Nigeria


    • Midweight, non-stretchy fabric
    • Opaque
    • Relaxed silhouette
    • Fits true to size
    • Model is 180cm tall and wearing a size small.
  • Shipping & Returns

    • Shipping timelines are subject to the unique nature and craftsmanship of the piece, often in harmony with designers' local artisans. We have partnered with DHL Express to ensure hassle-free global delivery covering 220 countries worldwide, within 3-5 business days of the ship date.

      Industrie Africa accepts returns on regular-priced items that are initiated within 7 days of receipt. For more information, please check where your products are shipping from, and please visit Shipping & Delivery. Unfortunately, exchanges are not possible at this time.


Founded in Nigeria by Emmanuel Okoro, Emmy Kasbit was born out of a passion to dress the unconventional man and woman with fierce sartorial instincts. Strong, architectural silhouettes are featured throughout each collection, with fabrics made by local Nigerian artisans using traditional West African weaving techniques. The result is a fantastic juxtaposition of bold lines, and vibrant colors and textures.

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