The Nigerian Fashion Scene Is Dead

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The Nigerian fashion scene is dead, somebody shout Hallelujah!

#MadeInNigeria #MadeInAba #BuyNigeria, do any of this hashtag look or feel familiar? Fashion in Nigeria is like a stage play you only get access to it when a play is on and you are lucky enough to have a ticket, but the problem is while you where busy feeling posh and tosh in boring stage play, the rest of the world was busy watching free online you tube videos by Kratz Tv and Video Nigeria.   Don’t get me wrong, Lagos (Lagos is a state in Nigeria, not a country by the way) might be vibrant, but the Nigerian fashion scene in terms of the entire outlook on the market especially for brands is half dead or some might say it is dead but we are trying to use paracetamol to resurrect it. Continue reading

Fashion Alert! Toyin Lawani’s One Of A kind denim Agbada outfit

Toyin Lawani was caught red handed lol, at the 2016 Africa Fashion Week Nigeria, rocking this one of a king Agbada, which was made up of seriously distressed denim, it was as if someone gave the denim the on going frustration in Nigeria to carry for one minute.

#afwn2016 Yemi Alade Performs At The 2016 Africa Fashion Week Nigeria


Yemi Alade gave a very dope performance at the just concluded 2016 Africa Fashion Week Nigeria! This woman can sing!  She basically brought down the house but lets not forget that the Tiannah Styling collection which had some celebs catwalking basically climax the whole event! lol.

She gave a live performance that just melted our hearts, see more pictures below…

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Chimamanda Adichie confirms she & her husband have welcomed their daughter

Popular Nigerian Writer Chimamanda Adichie and her husband Dr. Ivara Esegee have welcomed their first child. In a new interview with Financial Times, the writer revealed that she and her husband welcomed their daughter a while back but she decided to keep it private. According to her,

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Africa Fashion Week Nigeria 2016 Street Catwalk in the Mall


The AFWN launched in 2014, a sister event to the Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) to enable people showcase their designs.

Ronke Ademiluyi, founder of the AFWN who revealed the show was created in Nigeria to provide a platform for designers who can’t afford to travel to London to showcase their designs maintains the show is to project Africa and her creatives to the world. Continue reading