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Nairobians, this is what you missed on Friday night [Photos]

Here is what you missed out on...

On Friday night at Safaricom’s Michael Joseph Centre was the unveiling of Esiankiki, the latest fashion-wear for ladies.

Esiankiki, a Maasai name for young maiden, was launched by Taisere designs, popularly known for their classy suits.

Taisere designs is owned by two architecture student at the University of Nairobi - Brian Mathews and Ian Omondi.

The duo decided to launch the ladies clothing line two years after their suits proved to be a success in the Kenyan market.

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Children wear was also unveiled during the event.

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