May 25, 2023

Tia Adeola is the CEO of her eponymous fashion brand, Tia Adeola. The Nigerian-born, London-raised designer started the first iteration of her line in 2016 in her dorm room at The New School. Her designs have grabbed the attention of Gigi Hadid and SZA, and she has showed at New York Fashion Week for several seasons. Adeola’s first fashion film, ‘Black Is Beautiful’, was nominated in five categories at the 2021 International Fashion Film Awards.

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