JPKingdom Launches in Regal Style

Share Article brings longed for fashion therapy to plus size Nigerian girls. Their chic website offers ladies from size 16 to 32 clothing options such as shape wear, casual wear, jeans, work wear and occasion wear.

JPKingdom is a plus-size ladies fashion online retail business. It began from the frustration of a Curvy girl in never finding her style in her size. JPKingdom has scoured the world of fashion for brands that do cater for plus-size ladies and will be launching them steadily on their website They also intend to have a Facebook storefront where ladies can shop on their favorite social network. JPKingdom aims to launch their very own t-shirt line and stylist service late 2012.

JPKingdom has a list of exciting activities in their round up to launch. One of of which is 'Spot the 3 Curvy Girls' campaign in partnership with to hunt for 3 Curvy Ladies to make comic appearances around the city of Lagos. Witnesses are meant to take a picture and share on Facebook or Twitter in order to win prizes. Visit details.

The CEO, a delectable Curvy, Temi Abs-Owo, says ‘our brand is all about perception and courage. Curvies need to break out and show their personality in how they dress. They need to be daring and accept their God given beauty. JPKingdom is where Curvies Rule’. JPKingdom is strictly for ‘Curvies’ adds The Head of Business Development and CEO Emoire Group, Adesola Akindele. She also highlights that ‘Curvies’ is how they refer to ladies they will cater for.

JPKingdom's website goes live on the 8th of June, 2012 at a private masquerade ball on Victoria Island, Lagos; hosting celebrity Curvies and dignitaries in the fashion and media industry. A runway show follows on the 9th of June at Silverbird Galleria. Curvies should expect their fashion needs to be fulfilled on from the 8th of June. For tickets to the runway show on the 9th of June, follow them on Twitter and Facebook. They are giving away 100 tickets so get social Curvies!

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