This is our 2nd perfume the first is called breeze , an eau de toilette which is fresh and citrus based , our new scent is called Ade Bakare signature. Ade Bakare wanted a perfume created that was light but at the same time long lasting , that the wearer can perceive during the day , Ade also wanted a perfume that would be evocative of Africa ,Read More
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The long anticipated new fragrance by Ade Bakare couture London is finally here !!! It was launched in London ,England in October to great success and Immediately sold out ,it's a sensual rich scent,with warm top notes,a bouquet of creamy white flowers in the heart,mingled with spices,precious woods and a leathery amber dry down ,followed by distinct animalic undertones.Read More
Ade Bakare is set to launch a new perfume fragrance and new summer/spring collection for 2018; “Wonyonsi”.Read More
Mr. Ade Bakare flew to China from London to work on a Womens’ Wear Collection for a shop in New York.Read More
Fun discounts offered at Ade Bakare from the 28th of October!
You could place an order on the website or walk into any of our store, and enjoy some amazing discounts
The Okwuimask Charity Gala is an annual event held every year that deals with gender violence and raises funds for refugees.
Ade Bakare couture supports this event by staging a catwalk show for guests on the day. This year which was held on the 14th of October 2017 at the horse guards hotel , St. James's London , had Princess Tessy of Luxembourg as the guest of honor, it was a lavish affair that raised a lot of funds with elegant fine dining.Read More
The opening of the Glamed Africa mall took place on the 9th of September at Wuse 2 Durban road , beautiful white building with a silver grill facade , the Mall is the concept of Kiki Osinbanjo who is the CEO , an exclusive mall that caters to a lady's needs cosmetics, Spa, nail studio and clothes , we are situated on the 1st floor in an exclusive enclave that shows our couture and ready to wear lines ,of day and evening wear , the collections are a cross between international and national African influences.Read More
From time immemorial, royalty and couture have had an enduring relationship. The first known designers made attire exclusively for kings and queens, and members of their courts. Queens, princesses, even princes set fashion trends that their subjects followed. Even in modern times, most designers still owe their fame to the patronage of the aristocracy. Many royals are looked up to for their discerning fashion sense.Read More