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Metro Woman Marketplace: Design for Love (Part 1)

By Metro Woman
02 December 2017   |   6:00 am
Oluwunmi funbi-olufeko is the creative director of fashion label, design for love (DFL). She is a graduate of biochemistry and an alumna of Lagos business school and London college of fashion, a membership the distinguished WIMBIZ organization.

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