Nigeria’s Elite Welcomes Italian Luxury As Alter Ego Launches In Africa

Posted on December 19, 2016

 

Some of Nigeria’s magnates, captains of industries and top government dignitaries that included Billionaire Bola Shagaya and business mogul Julius Rone gathered on Thursday, 15 December to celebrate the opening of Alter Ego Private Atelier, the first-of-its-kind private Atelier in Africa.

The invitations only event held at Alter Ego Private Atelier inside Rachel’s Court, IL Bagno Mall in Gudu district, Abuja, also had Special Adviser to the Minster on Budget and Planning, Ben Ifeanyi Akabueze, Retired Chief of Administration, Nigerian Navy, Admiral Joe Aikhomu and General Manager, Marketing & Corporate Communications, Coscharis Group, Abiola Babarinde in attendance. Others were President, MGM Marbles and Stones Italy, Laura Olivari, Chairman Arden Miles, Jude Ifedi among many distinguished guests.

Alter Ego Private Atelier offers bespoke luxury solutions through world-renowned Italian style with a touch of tailor-made interpretations for discerning men and women who love tailor-made Italian chic and glamour furnishings including travel accessories.
In partnership with Black Pelican Ltd, the grand opening of Alter Ego Private Atelier signals a remarkable difference in the growing Nigerian luxury industry.
According to Michael owolabi, CEO, Black Pelican Ltd, this shows Nigerian luxury industry is coming of age. There is a huge potential in the African market for Alter Ego bespoke luxury expertise.
Julia D. Lantieri, CEO, Alter Ego Project Group, enthused over the opening of Alter Ego Private Atelier as Alter Ego has a mission to bring up perfection, exquisite style and elegance into the daily life of the most demanding clients.
“The finest Italian furniture and décor producers are available to order at Alter Ego Private Atelier in Abuja,” she explained. “Alter Ego Private Atelier approach keeps the client in the centre of universe, thus providing the best response to his or her desires and dreams. Bespoke excellence is based on the ability to capture the hidden needs and specific wishes of the commissioning customer,” said Lantieri.
Other guests present at the deluxe event included Senior Pastor, Trinity House, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, Chairman, Aerotech Offshore, Prince Rotimi Ibinabo, Partner, AELEX Legal Practitioners and Arbitrators, Soji Awogbade, Partner, Cardinal Stone Partners Limited, Mohammed Garuba, Founder, Laolu Adeyeye & Co, Michael Laolu Adeyeye, Darey Art Alade, DJ Jimmy Jatt and more.

Alter Ego Private Atelier is located at Il Bagno premises on Rachel Court, Plot 679 Cadastral Zone B13, Gaduwa, Gudu District Abuja.

IL Bagno Mall is one of Black Pelican Ltd business divisions dealing with contemporary and classic sanitary ware and bathroom accessories from the best manufacturers in the world.

Alter Ego Private Atelier is located in next to exclusive showrooms like Devon & Devon, Geberit, Hansgrohe and many others.

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