Christie Brown’s collection itches to clothe the African woman with feminity grace and originality, while staying true to her kaleidoscopic sides in these traumatic times.
This collection was alive and kicking, with its pleated and dramatic skirts, roushing and what not. The other colours on the palette were silver, white, lavender and shimmer.
#LFW…pleats, capes, asymetrical elements,dramatic sleeves, gypsy skirts as well as amazing fabric stitching and embroidery…
Lagos Fashion Week 2019 featured power trenchcoats, silky headscarves, flower platterned suits, check on check pieces, bright pops of colour in androgynous silhouettes…
‘Every part of the design job is broken down. It’s about 10 roles, so the designer is free to design’, Tsemaye says. Nkwo says, ‘I live inside my head. Sometimes I go somewhere and I’m smiling, but my mind is far away designing pieces…’
On Friday 5th April, 2019, Lagos Fashion Week will host Fashion Focus Fund Live, a business plan pitch presentation to determine the recipient of the Fashion Focus Fund. Launched last year, Fashion Focus Fund Live invites Fashion Focus finalists to present their business plans to a panel of judges for the opportunity to accessContinue reading “#Press: Lagos Fashion Week Presents – Fashion Focus Fund Live (A N10,000,000 grant) | 5th April 2019”
This episode of Model Spotlight features the Half Nigerian, Half Camerounian Top Model, Ndidi Odogwu, who has graced runway shows, including Lagos Fashion Week, Arise Fashion Week, represented so many brands like Vlisco, Imperial Leather, Grey Velvet and so many other gla
It’s Lagos Fashion Week Day 2 (for the Runway shows, and Day 3 if you count The Gathering Dinner) and I am reminded that there’s not a thing I do not love about the sets at the Lagos Fashion Week tents. They are so innovative, thoroughly utilising African Elements. One set is made of wood,Continue reading “#ThrowbackInterview: Kaylah Oniwo Shares what she loves about Style and Fashion at the Lagos Fashion Week Tents”
There’s nothing more beautiful than calibrating fashion cerebrally. Understanding that fashion is a mental phenomenon gives you the liberty to look past the passions of your passion and thoroughly hijack its business and economic proclivities on your chosen platform. The mavins who have optimised their passions for profit are indeed to be applauded. Yes, NobleContinue reading “#Interview: Style Maestro, Noble Igwe Muses on his Definition of Style, Running a Fashion and Entertainment Platform, and His Expectations for Lagos Fashion Week 2018”