Over the years, the fashion industry in Nigeria has undergone lots of changes, nip and tuck. Before now designers played it safe in terms of designs and fabric. Aso oke, ankara, george, etc were the kind of fabrics popular in the industry before. In as much as these fabrics are still in use today, the Nigerian designers have been able to push the envelope by infusing other fabrics such as leather, nylon, lycra, chiffon, etc. They’ve also been able to infuse daring prints into their designs as well, polka dots, animal prints and the likes. This fashion post shows us a pictorial transition of the Nigerian fashion industry, hence “Before Meets Now”.