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ulo's vibrant duds will put a smile on your dial

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Raised between Lagos and London, Melbourne-dwelling lady Dinzi Amobi holds her heritage mighty close to her heart. That’s why she named her brand ULO, which means ‘home’ in the native language of the Igbo people in Nigeria – the dialect spoken by her late father. Dinzi’s recently added women’s duds to her growing range of goodies made from vibrant African wax prints, and if you quite fancy clothes that put a smile on your dial, you’ll find them over at uloaustralia.com. 

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