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If cotton is for comfort and viscose for drape, then
Nigerian Aso Oke is for shakara. Originating from Yoruba culture,
Aso Oke is handwoven textile traditionally worn for special
ocations such as weddings or naming ceremonies. Tunde Owolabi's
Aso Oke- The Woven Beauty is on display at the Red Door Gallery in
Lagos. Admission is free. Photos by Tunde Owolabi.