Tag Archives: #HeinekenLFDW2016

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Open Letter To All Fashionistas – Style Is A Personal Experience, Not Imitated!

The interpretation of STYLE as what connotes “your personal fashion expression(s)” can never be overemphasized. As it is commonly defined, Style – is a manner of doing or presenting things – clearly comprehensive in layman’s terms. Continue reading

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Nikki’s Model Diary – Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week 2016 Recap

Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week came to an end on the 29th of October 2016, but the memories of all the craziness still live on. Thinking of it, this will be my 3rd year walking at #lfdw and I couldn’t be more proud of how this opportunity has groomed me and given me a beautiful platform to showcase my talent as a model.  Continue reading

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Memoirs of A Fashion Week Newbie (3)

28/10/2016 (DAY 3 #LFDW2016)
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Right before fashion week, someone told me ‘fashion week is like being on steroids’. Having experienced it myself I couldn’t agree more.
Today went by so fast; I guess that’s what happens when you’re having fun. These past couple of day, I’ve come to realize that celebrities are just regular people a lot of people know. Continue reading

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The LFDW 2016 X Retail In Pictures

LFDW X Retail is  an initiative designed to position retail as a primary tool that contributes to the growth of the Nigerian fashion industry. Continue reading

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#LFDW2016 – Dzyn Closes The Day With Sheer Details & Elaborate Cuts

As you all know, the biggest fashion show of the year has begun with dope street style and creative design presentations on the runway. Closing the first day of the amazing first day was Abuja based womenswear brand, Dzyn. Continue reading

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#LFDW2016 – Belois Couture For The Everyday Woman

The very first brand that showcased on the first day of Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2016 was Belois Couture. From the rise of direct-to-consumer strategies in Nigeria, the much-anticipated LFDW reboot in, being a challenging and complex season in the fashion industry which is a state of major flux. Continue reading