The PJK Process
PJK’s in-house creative talent specializes in Design, Pattern Making, and Embroidery; while our highly skilled production workforce drives our Manufacturing, Storage and Warehousing Facilities. Our cutting-edge technology and wealth of experienced tailors ensure that we are able to deliver your project to the highest standard, to time and to budget.
Our design team, with our software and a technical bank of tools, are able to create unique styles from scratch that match your requirements. We also have the unique ability to make modifications to the design of your existing garments, making them more appropriate for the way in which they will be worn.
The highly trained production team use both traditional and innovative techniques to sew and finish all garments; while the attention to detail and rigorous checks applied to quality control and packaging is of a paramount standard. If you would like to find out more about our screen printing process, please get in touch!
Mrs. Atinuke Olashore
The Head of the team is Mrs Atinuke Olashore, an accomplished entrepreneur in the garment industry. She started a company in 1994 called Punch and Judy Limited, importing ready to wear children’s fashion with a showroom at Lafayette Plaza Victoria Island Lagos and an outlet in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. She was the sole distributor of Petite Bateau in West Africa and represented other famous lines like Jeudi Apres Midi etc.
In 2003, she began manufacturing afro-centric ready to wear clothing under the AJỌ-KÉ brand name. Other opportunities presented itself that enabled the company expand into corporate uniforms initially under the Outerbasics brand. This singular unit has now flourished to become a leading supplier of uniform clothing to a wide range of business sectors.
Mrs. Olashore is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University and an MBA graduate of the University of Leicester, UK. She has also attended courses on cutting and sewing at the London Fashion School. She has always been intrigued by African fashion since her youthful days’ having had a fashion designer grandmother who made clothes for all the fashionable Lagos women in the 60’s and 70’s.
Good quality cloths, the fabrics are durable and easy to maintain and your customer service is friendly and courteous
The quality of the cloths are okay and in line with prescription. The fabrics are durable and easy to maintain
The quality of the fabric is good, its durable, easy to maintain and your customer service is friendly