Runways: Lagos Fashion Week

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Seun @manvibess : Hallo meine Leute

James @zimmani: You've come again with this foreign behavior, 
what is that one again abeg?

S: Lmaooo, this guy i'm actually foreign abroad go fit me die.

J: Me that I was made for the abroad.

S: Abegiiii, Let's get into what we have for today.

J: Alright this past weekend was the first Lagos Fashion Week showcase of the year.

S: We were able to attend the shows in parts

J: I attended on the first day, while Seun attended parts of the second and third day.

S: We were able to get a couple of pictures fresh off the runway while we were there, 
So we decided to make a post out of the photos we had.

J: But not with out a little colour twist to make the pictures a little more interesting.

S: Yeah, a lot of the outfits were so interesting irrespective

J: I did enjoy the designers showcase with their different concepts.

S: With no more long talk here are the pictures.

Sunday Best: Sun-Day, Best

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Hy guys...and ladies, especially ladies. Another Sunday Best episode today, and if you've been in Uyo for up to one week, you know this landmark all too well.

Shooting: Denim Lace & A Safe Place

Friday, March 9, 2018

There’s something about goth style. To me it's like a paradox, it seems complex most times but it appears to be something pulled off effortlessly. 
Uncanny (definitely in a good way) describes the perception of this sort of style in my opinion. Also saying je ne sais quoi is apposite to this description. 
Simply having a certain demeanour I’ll like to describe as exotically badass seems to be the secret to making it work. I think it’s evident that Ifeoma definitely has that on lock.
This project was really influenced majorly by grudge, retro-ish style, postcolonial Lagos buildings and Mojeed’s Westernized West African.

Sunday Best; Uyo, (25th Feb.)

Sunday, March 4, 2018

We haven't done this in a very long time, so I was so shy. We almost called it off, especially when the hickups started rearing their ugly heads: but thank God, we prevailed.