Recap of the 2017 Lagos Fashion and Design Week
The 2017 Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week (LFDW) may have come to an end but it was four days of many beautiful moments filled with highs, lows, clear misses...
White and gold combo
Wearing your white pencil dress with ankle strap heeled sandal will give a lady that girly and lovely appearance or wear with a white crop top and matching pencil skirt.
Street style alert at the 2017LFDW
Maybe Wizkid is to thank for this unsightly trend that is catching on like wildfire. Celebs and non-celebs alike were seen donning berets of all colours.
Mark van Iterson speaks at LFDW fashion business series
The Heineken LFDW continued yesterday, with more collection showcase from top African designers and the Heineken African-Inspired Fashion Collection will rock the runway today.
Africa’s finest showcase the very best at AFDW2017
Top Hollywood stylists, Joanna Konjevod and Alka Makwana were the official stylists on ground just as Black Opal was the official makeup partner, showing off latest products and stunning skills.
360 Creative Hub marks first anniversary, holds talk on the business of fashion
Speaking to The Guardian, Ebere-Achu added, “This is an opportunity for anyone to be independent without breaking the bank. We have offices, sewing spaces and every tool any tailor would need to grow at very affordable rates.
Epara, skincare products for women of all colours, launched in Lagos
The collection made use of African ingredients such as Moringa oil from Kenya, Marula oil from South Africa, Argan oil from Morocco and Shea Butter from Ghana.
AFDW returns for sixth edition
The fashion industry has been touted as a multibillion-dollar industry and despite the good efforts of many concerned stakeholders; the Nigerian fashion industry is yet to tap into this wealth.