Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, with a large population. Numerous ethnic groups, languages, and dialects exist in Nigeria.The Yoruba, the Igbo, the Fulani, and the Hausa are some of Nigeria’s largest ethnic groups.
These ethnic groups have distinct cultures and customs for how they dress for special occasions like religious gatherings and traditional weddings.Agbada, Gele, Igbo Dressing, Yoruba Dressing, and Edo Dressing are among Nigeria’s well-known traditional attires.
And Igbo is one of Nigeria’s three main tribes and includes Orlu, Aniocha, Ika, and the Mbaise, among other groups.The conventional clothing of the Igbo men incorporates an Isiagu top which is designed with some lion heads weaved on their apparel.Typically, the Isiagu top is worn with traditional striped hats and trousers.
The women are dressed in a puff-sleeved embroidered blouse with two wrappers and a headscarf.A white wrapper is worn by women from various Igbo tribes on their shoulders.
The Nigeria Apparel market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
XIREA Apparel of Nigeria opened a cutting-edge manufacturing facility in Trans-Amadi Port-Harcourt.The factory begins contract manufacturing for its first customer, Buphalo, indicating that it is prepared for such orders for a variety of clothing items from fashion brands, the armed forces, sports organizations, and oil and gas companies.
The factory’s design and pattern-making process is completely automated, and technology solutions help customers build a knowledge base around their orders by collecting data.
XIREA Apparel, which currently employs Nigerians, was established to meet the sourcing and production needs of independent apparel brands, large organizations, the armed forces, oil and gas companies, uniform manufacturers, and online retailers.
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