Happy new year everyone,
It’s been a while and am so glad and excited that we made it to 2015. May the new year brings us lots of God’s goodness and abundance.
2014 was a remarkable year for theasoebijunkie brand and we will like to thank all our blog followers, readers and supporters.
We also appreciate the support from our fabric vendors – Dorofabrics , Fabricsandbeyond and Kbfabrics .
One major highlight of 2014 was theasoebijunkie textile fair, your support was overwhelming! And we are super grateful to God for the success of the fair. A very big thank you to all our sponsors- BOSCH , NHN COUTURE , Sisi Alaro fabrics and Fashionistar fabrics, may God bless you all abundantly.
To all the vendors who participated in the first edition of the textile fair, we are more than grateful. Thank you for believing in the vision and making it a dream come true.
To shoppers that came from all around Lagos and outside Lagos , we appreciate your presence and patronage .
Massive thank you to everyone that bought fabric Christmas hampers from us for their loved ones.
2015 is here and it’s going to be a dynamic and interesting year for us. We have lots of events and initiatives up our sleeves, so if you are not following the blog yet, please do so now so as to get first hand information as we unfold our plans for the year. Also do like our Facebook page, follow us on twitter and our Instagram page .
This year we will be giving back to our blog readers by having a monthly give away to appreciate you, so watch out for the first one before the end of January .
We also promise to deliver much more better content and information about fabrics, African fashion and style. New series and categories focusing on different fabrics and promoting the textile industry will be introduced and some many more which I will be revealing during the course of the year.
Once again, welcome to 2015, our year of possibilities, restoration and unparalleled favour!
If you have any suggestions or ideas that can help satisfy you the more, please don’t hesitate to make it known in the comments section.
Below are some pictures from the textile fair for your perusal: