Celebrities showcase style, glam at cocktail soiree
It was a night of style, glamour and excitement as leading lifestyle magazine, Glazia, hosted Lagos’ finest at the launch of its first quarter issue at the Lagos Irish Pub, Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos.
To convey the essence of this special issue, Nigerian filmmaker, model and Big Brother Naija alum, Alex Asogwa, also known as Alex Unusual graced the cover in a pink men’s suit by renowned Nigerian fashion brand, ATAFO, personally fitted by creative director and fashion guru, Mai Atafo.
From career to money, sex, food, entertainment, fashion and more, the edition featured a portfolio of images and articles submitted by influential professionals and leaders in different fields of life.
Hosting the creative industry and other guests to an unforgettable night with top business executives and entrepreneurs, fashion and beauty influencers, Nollywood’s finest and more, including Mai Atafo, Ayuli Jemide, Rajeev Dua, Neo Akpofure, Noble Igwe, Joey Akan, Elozonam, Denrele Edun, Anto Lecky, Iyke and Theresa, Simi Drey, Tobi Olanihun, Teniola Olatoni and more, it was a fusion of the best styles and glamour.
Glazia’s editor in chief, Omawumi Ogbe noted that she was excited with how the brand has been accepted for its innovative and distinct style. She also noted that the new issue amplifies the voices and successes of women, showing the different domains of womanhood, and how navigates it all with style and grace.
“When I was approached to be on the cover, I was excited because Glazia is a magazine that lets you be who you are. They are a very strong brand and I am a very strong brand as well, their style matches my vibe,” gushed Alex Unusual.
Other guests who spoke acknowledged the significant contributions Glazia has made to the sustainable development of lifestyle and the entertainment industry over the years. They expressed excitement at the launch of this special issue, which is available at www.glaziang.com/magazine and in limited print copies at Roving Heights bookstores across Nigeria.