Queen E. Collection is a Fashion line founded by Ms. Queen Enidiok in New York City, USA. Inspired mostly by her African roots, the Nigerian-born designer celebrates fashion-forward women and men and their individuality through her simple yet sophisticated, chic, and elegant apparel, made with traditional and luxury fabrics and prints. Queen is a self-taught designer, her love for fashion and natural creativity in fashion designing led to her passion and purpose in the fashion business.

She earned her Bachelor of Science with honors in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and a minor in Mathematics from the University at Albany, New York. And her first Masters of Science degree from WCM of Cornell University. She is currently working on her MBA in Finance and Healthcare Management. She focused most of her career in the health care field while also running her fashion company.

 She has showcased her work on several platforms such as Africa Fashion Week Nigeria Lagos, Nigeria, BET Awards, many other platforms. As well as her fashion week showcases in NYC. She is set to debut our first luxury collection at London and Paris Fashion Week 2021.  Her work has been seen on several celebrities, like Gabrielle Union-Wade, Yemi Alade, Nomzamo Mbatha, Pearl Thusi, Tisha Campbell, Yandy Smith, and many more. She has also collaborated with many international artists like Flavour, Olamide, Wales on his music video "Fine Girl" by Wale ft Davido and Olamide. 

Queen's ultimate goal is to use her brand, Queen E. Collection as a platform to serve young children especially young girls from the underprivileged communities around the globe. By partnering with not-for-profit organizations to instill the valuable lesson of self-love, self-development, and self-discipline. To emphasize the importance of education, mentorship, and the acquisition of belief system -faith, which she believes are keys to attaining success despite any life adversities. Queen has worked with various organizations such as the Tess Foundation, AYAYA foundation, and recently launched Queen E. Foundation. She hosted a fashion show in 2016  to raise funds for Pediatric Cancer Research at  Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She aims to ensure that Queen E. Collection equates its motto "Fashion with a Purpose."