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Orange Culture

Shine Mama Pants

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  • Insider Notes

    • The Shine Mama Pants by Lagos-based label Orange Culture continue the brand's tribute to native Yoruba techniques with a contemporary flair. Intended for a unisex fit, they have a flared cut made from fluid-printed fabric decorated with scores of sequins and fall long to the floor. Wear them with the matching Off Shoulder Blazer for a head-to-toe look.

      - Flared leg, zip-and-button fastening, in-seam pockets
      - Polyester
      - Crafted by local communities
      - Each piece is made to order and may take up to 8 weeks to complete
      - Made in Lagos, Nigeria, ships from Nigeria

      If you finance your purchase with Affirm, your first payment is due approximately two weeks after your purchase is finalized. Please note that due to extended delivery times, your loan payment(s) may be due before you receive your purchase.

  • SIZE, FIT & OPACITY

    • Midweight, non-stretchy fabric
    • Opaque
    • Fitted silhouette
    • Fits true to size
  • 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.

Nigeria

Launched in 2011, Lagos-based men’s and womenswear label Orange Culture creates silhouettes with unexpected twists and employs artisanal techniques, native to the Yoruba community, into his textiles. A former LVMH Prize and Woolmark Prize semi-finalist, his daring and gender non-conforming approach to design has built him a global cult following.

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