Former Agege bread seller, now a model, Olajumoke Orisaguna recently made the cover of the exalted Thisday Style. The cover picture was shot and, the story written by TY Bello, and immediately the story went viral. Abiola Ayeni, a lawyer, who hung her wig and gown to follow her passion in the fashion industry, is the creative director of Divine Endowments, established in 2008. Olajumoke dazzled in their creations and brought life to every outfit she wore. Since its inception, Divine Endowments has constantly narrowed the wide gap that exists between foreign and locally made garments, through their pattern making and styling techniques.

Their designing skills distinguish them in the local fashion industry, making them a foremost fashion brand in Africa. Their ready to wear sizes range from UK sizes 8 to 30. Their garments are designed in African fabric and prints using special techniques and equipment to enhance finishing.

Their designs and garments are classified into the regular figure-shaped and the full figure-shaped alike. This is because they are very particular about how their garments look on their priceless customers. Basically, according to Ayeni, “We are into the business of making clothes that enhances one’s beauty and production of garment that suits any occasion or event.”