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Nigerian Label Tzar's 'Avian Paradise' Tees & Shirts

Nigerian label Tzar, by designer Ian Audifferen, presented their "Avian Paradise" resort 2014 collection.

Nigerian label Tzar recently dropped Avian Paradise, their 2014 resort collection designed by Ian Audifferen. The capsule collection boasts a cool selection of tees and shirts influenced by what the designer describes as "an obsession over exotic birds interpreted into prints, represented on a white canvas of marquisette cotton fabric." These long and oversized pieces are for the bold male who wants a ready-to-wear statement tee. Scroll through our gallery to view the photos from the lookbook and if you want to talk about it, tweet @okayafrica with #tzar.


 

 

 

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