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FEATURE- HOUSE OF ZITA

Hi everyone, forgive my long absence, Happy New Month, even if its coming late. Its September, may all our good wishes come true.
In the other news, I like to celebrate people making a decent living for themselves decently, I like to celebrate entrepreneurs, I like to celebrate people giving Africa the good limelight, to that effect, ETHNIQUES is celebrating a young creative Zita Udemezue a 20 year old undergraduate, who is carving a niche and making a living for herself with her creative designs. She likes to be referred to as a fashion designer. She hand makes fashion accessories such handbags, necklace, earrings, clutches, footwear and even designs her own outfit.
 

 

What fascinates me about her designs and the reason I chose to do this post, is because she makes use of African fabrics and leather, the fact that she is young, she has decided to acquire creative skills and that she runs her own business called HOUSE OF ZITA from all this lovely accessories you see in this post.

 

 




This is the face behind all the designs in this post. Zita Udemezue . You can contact Zita on facebook www.facebook.com/zitaudemezue

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  1. really nice, love all the accesories.x
    www.deemako.com

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  2. I am so inspired. She is good at this
    Fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  3. Nice work "House of Zita", keep up the good work.....Uju Ikegbune, tnx.

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