Nancy Oziya is originally from Uganda, a heritage she references in her designs. She communicates who she is and where she comes from through her designs. Nancy's first clothing launch for Oziya was launched in 2021.

Nancy studied Fashion Design and Technology at RMIT and then went to work in the fashion industry. She's done work for the NGV, participated in Melbourne Fashion Week and Melbourne Fashion Festival, designed garments for a range of clients, and worked to manufacture scrubs throughout the pandemic. Her goal of starting her own clothing company was kickstarted during lockdown when she decided to make face masks and sell them online. 

Nancy's label references her African cultural heritage. The pieces are Afro-inspired, very bright, loud and bold. Every little design will have a touch of playfulness while maintaining sophistication and elegance. Nancy aims to create clothes that link to Africa's incredible diversity in some way and bring them to a different cultural setting. 

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