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GTB Fashion Weekend

17 Oct 2020
Fashion lovers can breathe a huge sigh of relief as the fifth edition of Africa’s premier fashion event, the GTBank Fashion Weekend, will hold on Saturday, November 14, and Sunday, November 15, 2020.
8 Dec 2018
Sophia Ike-Onu is the Founder and CEO of The5kShop, a fashion tech company in Nigeria aimed towards harnessing African craftsmanship in making affordable quality fashion accessible to consumers within and outside the continent. Sophia is a trained architect and the winner of British Council enterprise challenge, bagging a scholarship to study entrepreneurship in the UK…
24 Nov 2018
There is no other way to put this, but if you missed GTBank’s Fashion Weekend, you sadly missed one of the biggest events this year so far.
13 Nov 2018
Fashion enthusiasts and designer pickers gathered together at the GTB Fashion Weekend on the 10th and the 11th of November at the GTCentre, Victoria Island, Lagos. The two-day fashion event saw designers from LaQuan Smith, Lanre Da Silva, Ji Won Choi, Taibo Bacar, IDMA-NOF, Gert Johan Coetzee showcase their new collection and had in attendance,…

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