Ebagua was born in Nigeria and spent her teenage years in the UK. The designer gained her footwear education at ARS Sutoria in Milan where she also worked in a factory alongside artisan shoemakers. Ebagua has also spent time in the United States and France and is currently based back in the UK.
“Strong lines that play between feminine and modern silhouettes.”
“‘The Jasmine’ with its curving court upper and biomorphic platform; it's our signature pump.”
COLLECTION: “The core inspiration behind the brand’s style comes from some very different places; on the one hand, the shapes of the Deco era, and on the other, African culture. This season, we wanted to bring forth this play of oppositions. Because with the brand growing we knew we needed to keep the classic, soft and feminine lines Chelsea Paris is becoming known for, but we were also feeling more confident to experiment and bring a bit more of an edge. You will see a lot of surprising textures and patterns, as well as some strong and modern shapes that counter-balance the timeless elegance of our classics.”