Popular celebrity designer, Abiodun Folashade Tokunbo, the CEO of Anjy Luminee Couture, also known as House of Luminee has showered accolades on her favourite client and friend, Mercy Aigbe.
The designer has grown to become one of the top fashion brands in Nigeria.
Eulogizing Mercy Aigbe on their 7th year friendship anniversary, the single of mum shared a lovely video on her Instagram page.
She dedicated it to Mercy Aigbe, “MY Queen 👸, My Seven years Relationship with You Has Made Me Gone Farrrrr ln Lifestyle…. You Made Me Who l Am Today …… l Dont Take All This For Granted….Thank You Mama….SUNDAY MOOD 💃💃💃💃💃Press your AMEEEEEEEN LIKE NEVER BEFORE 🙏Your one minute Amen can not STOP your HAPPINESS, I LOVE WHO UNDERSTAND PRAYERS POINT VERY WELL🙏🙏🙏………..Whenever you have helped that is now fighting you, Heaven will reply them!YOU WILL ALWAYS RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS IJN,” she wrote.
Kemi Filani would recall that in an interview with Seye Kehinde, the Fashion CEO revealed how she came about her brand name Luminee.
‘It was from my dream anytime I make clothes for people they always compliment me saying oh the dress looks beautiful gorgeous different standard and that they are looking looming,I got interested in the word looming so I checked up in the dictionary for the meaning which means unique and different so I decided to stick to it I started using it but after I had my baby Anjolaoluwa I decided to register the company’s name as Anjy Luminee because of the strong love I have for her, she is just 6 years now but already have attributes of a fashionista she knows how to combine colours and even help me out with some fashion tips.”
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