Today, we’re in Forbes.
Three years ago, I figured that the secret of aso-oke fabric was too beautiful to keep just within our culture, and that it had to be shared with others. Others who may never get to wear traditional Yoruba dress around their heads or waists, but who carry that most universal of fashion needs – bags.
The journey since then has been remarkable on a personal and professional level. It is encouraging to be acknowledged for this work.
Thank you to you reading this for following me on this journey so far and helping me make Minku become a reality.