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Through an approach that heralds collaborations, grassroots community impact and co-creation, Lagos Fashion Week has had a hand in shaping Africa’s Fashion Future. A continent whose industry’s future is highly dependent on moving the conversation beyond creativity to adding...
Acclaimed Photographer Aize Mohammed Paul is set to debut his first-ever solo photo-exhibition tagged ‘Frozen Choices, Sacred Space’ (Aze ne mwen Ode Oguna Nohuaen) in a private and public screening scheduled from the 28th of November- 6th of December...
Ohimai Atafo is a Nigerian fashion entrepreneur, founder and creative director of fashion label Mai Atafo, a brand that specializes in bespoke men’s suit and traditional outfits, alongside its sister brand Weddings by Mai Atafo which specializes in Wedding...
Nigerian TV presenter and actress Mimi Onalaja is serving definitive street style inspo this Friday and we are all for it. The fashion star never disappoints as her style is always simple, chic and classy. Part of her appeal is how relatable...
Day 3 came to an end with designers including Lisa Folawiyo, Mai Atafo, Emmy Kasbit, Maxivive, Nkwo, Maybelline, Orange Culture, Post-Imperial, Re, Rich Mnisi, Sisiano, Tiffany Amber and Tokyo James on the runway with their models. See the various collections...
We have more glamourous and interesting pieces from the just ended Autumn/Winter edition of South African Menswear Fashion Week. This time check out Nigerian Fashion brand Orange Culture and Ghanaian fashion label Abrantie The Gentleman   Orange Culture   ...
The Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week had yet another successful night. Day 2 of the event also had an amazing line-up of African designers. Check out runway pieces from mens wear designers; Orange Culture and Josh Samuels. Orange Culture   ...
        Go Nigeria! The heart of fashion in West Africa seems to be emerging with irrefutable geniuses in the fashion industry, and they are turning out more as winners than only makers of outstanding pieces with fabrics. Starting Friday 20th February 2015, 5...