Fashion for a good cause! Project Get Naked & Bodun Exclusive debut limited edition clothing inspired by mental health

The buzz about Mental Health Awareness in Nigeria doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon as creative humanitarian cause ‘Project Get Naked’ is making sure every living soul in the country is aware of the importance of mental health and wellness.

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The initiative has taken it a notch further by collaborating with Maxivive Group of Fashion Brands subsidiary high street wear ‘BODUN’ to bring forward exclusive limited edition capsule collection for Project Get Naked 2017. The collection tagged “SAVE” is inspired by PGN’s 2017 theme as well as mental health challenges and difficulties.

SAVE capsule collection was designed by MGFB creative director, Papa Oyeyemi, who ensured every look has an illustration about mental health conditions such as Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, PTSD and more.

During Men’s Fashion Week Nigeria, held at Toyota HouseGermaine Auto CentreLekkiProject Get Naked and the fashion house MGFB made a positive disruption at an offsite location to showcase outfits from SAVE capsule collection. Some of the guests include; SheifunmiDenrele EdunOwen JeRuby GyangBolly Lomo, Abayomi AlvinLadi PoeBella AdelekeMoses AkereleArit OkpoMajorie FielderChinedu Ubachukwu, Jyinio, Ifeanyi Okafor.


Images Credit: Shola Animashaun Photo Academy

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