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Amdiddy LTD – We Lead the Nigerian Fashion Industry.

World Class Nigerian Fashion Wears

AmDiddy LTD is a bespoke Nigerian Fashion Design company with headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria.

Our access to premium quality clothing materials gives us an edge in the Nigerian Fashion space.

Amdiddy Tailors are also handpicked from the best of the best. We believe in delivering beautiful, flawless clothing designs that make people happy.

It is our pleasure to see smiling faces when a customer wears our piece.

We are experts in creating customized clothing that fits different people and we create memories with threads.

Our categories includes but not limited to Traditional wears, like the Nigerian popular Agbada styles, Unique wears, Red carpet worthy attires, Smart Casual Wears and customized Modern Signature clothing for classy people.

I am sure most of you are used to tailors telling you that your outfit will be ready in three weeks or in one month and even at that they still fail you, and they give you excuses, but at Amdiddy, we promise you two days and we deliver in two days.

That’s what has been working for us. We keep working hard to ensure that we even improve on that and get to a stage where you make your request in a day and it gets delivered the same day.

Our Mission in the Nigerian Fashion Industry

To create a style for every story.

Our Approach

We provide bespoke design. Every individual is unique and telling their story with a standard outfit has become a norm in the society we live in.

AmDiddy designers think differently. We create a style for every story.

Our Story in the Nigerian Fashion Industry

Our beginning was very humble. We set a goal to tell stories with wool and thread.

We are story tellers, and this resonates in every thread we put in place. We have told the world many colorful stories with wool and thread.

Our Nigerian Fashion Philosophy

Every story requires a unique style.

There is a story to tell, and there are colorful threads in our spinning wheels. This is what we do best. Creating a style that matches your story.

Samuel Udeji

Samuel Udeji


The Nigerian Fashion industry plays an important cultural role and contributes significantly to the country’s economy.

Casual attire is commonly worn but formal and traditional styles are also worn depending on the occasion.

Amdiddy LTD incorporates a variety of colors, premium quality fabrics, and embellishments (often beads).

We make styles that are characteristic of your tribal society and customs. Amdiddy LTD creates bespoke garments and served celebrities who have achieved international recognition.

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Some Traditional garments made by Amdiddy in Nigeria include:

The Agbada, which is a loose, wide-sleeved robe worn by the Northern and Western Nigerian men. The Agbada was First adopted by the Hausa,  and it also has many other names. The Agbada is formal attire, commonly worn as part of a three-piece set: an open-stitched full gown, a long-sleeved shirt, and sokoto which is a trouser fitted snugly at the ankle.

The Isiagu is a men’s pullover shirt similar to a dashiki that is worn by many groups in Africa. The traditional attire of Igbo men includes an Isiagu patterned with embroidered lion heads, usually worn with trousers and a traditional striped hat.

Traditional Yoruba dress uses fine beads and textiles to reflect social status and religious affiliation as well as personal identity and taste.

At Amdiddy, we represent all.

Nigerian fashion has been popularized by the Nigerian edition of the South African magazine Drum, which was launched in Lagos in 1958 and featured images of the “new” Nigerians.

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