Event, Arts and Entertainment

Homecoming Festival returns with Browns Partnership celebrating Nigerian Creatives

Lagos-based festival Homecoming has revealing its plans for 2020, launching a new digital format and announcing a partnership with Browns. The Metallic Inc.-organized event will work with Browns to support a range of Nigerian labels and international brands who align with Homecoming.

The labels involved in the project include big names including Off-White™, Heron Preston, Patta and Casablanca, as well as rising stars such as Mowalola, Vivendii and Post-Imperial. The list is rounded out by 3.Paradis, Ambush, Clan, Denim Tears, Maki Oh, Motherlan, Orange Culture, Places+Faces and Tokyo James. All of these brands will be stocked in a special Homecoming selection at Browns East in London.

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Alongside the curated selection of labels, Homecoming will also host community programming including panels and keynote presentations, as well as a special-edition E-zine featuring Nigerian and global creatives. Homecoming is also set to release exclusive merchandise sold via Browns, a percentage of the profits from this merchandise will be redistributed to the Nigerian creative community through small grants.

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Keep an eye out for exclusive releases from the aforementioned brands when the Homecoming x Browns project begins on August 26.

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