After dropping a sneak peek of their latest collection to mark the rebirth of the brand, Nigerian womenswear brand Regi has dropped new stunning photos of the collection titled “Rebirth”.

According to the designer, Olufisayo Dayo-Oyelakin, “Rebirth can also mean; Renaissance, emergence of something new, an awakening, a new era. Just a few words to describe the feeling and ultimate spirit behind the art of creating these timeless, versatile, functional and spontaneous pieces. All of which are unarguably enlivening, invigorating and gorgeously irresistible. These pieces are a sneak peek of what the rebirth collection has in store. Trust that it will be the perfect reawakening of your wardrobe.”

The very beautifully created pieces offer amazing designs ranging from floral print corset tops with tie back designs and infrequent yet stunning skirts to match. They come in various colours too.

REGI RTW latest fashion offerings are appropriate for everyday wear, and are a perfect fit for women that love simplicity and comfort.

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See the “Rebirth” Collection below:

Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Moafricapr
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.
Rebirth Collection by REGI
Rebirth Collection by REGI. Photo Credit: Mo Africa PR.