Entrepreneur Unveils RocSpace Luxury Fashion Line

Entrepreneur Unveils RocSpace Luxury Fashion Line

Kuni Tyessi in Abuja

The CEO of Twitter and SpaceX, Elon Musk and former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama have inspired a young Nigerian entrepreneur to unveil RocSpace luxury fashion line in Nigeria.

The CEO of RocSpace. Anuoluwapo Olumide Wole-Madariola popularly known as Kruzz Mille, stated this at the unveiling of her clothing line in Abuja, yesterday.

She noted that the brand in Nigeria which has the potential to make a significant impact on the economy of the country, would expand to other states, thereby creating job opportunities for several youths.

“My inspiration stems from admiration for role models such as Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Elon Musk, and Barack Obama. These icons have played a significant role in shaping RocSpace’s unique identity and vision.

“I appreciate every individual that helped in one way or the other to make my dream come true with the RocSpace brand. It has not been easy but we give God the glory that the future is obviously very bright for our brand.

“We are committed to creating a community through shared interests and fashion preferences, RocSpace is poised to redefine luxury fashion. Nigerians love quality things and this is what we are in the market to do.

“By offering premium quality lifestyle wear and accessories, the brand is positioning itself to attract a loyal customer base that values quality and style which would in turn stimulate the nation’s economic growth.

“We create jobs, generate revenue, contribute to the country’s GDP as we promote the country’s culture and style on the global stage,” she added.

Speaking on the challenges of doing fashion business in Nigeria, Mille said the fashion industry in Nigeria was highly competitive, with many established brands already vying for the attention of consumers.

“Breaking into this market can be difficult, especially for a new business. Despite these challenges, there are opportunities for entrepreneurs who are willing to take risks and invest in the potential of the fashion industry in Nigeria.

“With a growing population of young and fashion-conscious consumers, there is a significant market for innovative and stylish fashion brands” he said.

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