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Kimono Kollection at Lagos Bridal Fashion Week 2018
 
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What’s a bridal fashion show without intense groomsinpration? Kimono Kollection brought all the right grooms vibes to the runway at the Lagos Fashion Bridal Fashion Week. We could picture grooms, groomsmen and even a groomslady in each piece. It was great to see the tail court make a comeback on the runway. Love!
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Tunde Kelani covers Guardian Life Magazine’s Latest Issue
 
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For someone whose main objective for making films is to preserve and propagate the Yoruba culture, it will be an understatement to say Tunde Kelani has achieved his aim. Tunde Kelani’s achievements have been celebrated in and outside Nigeria. Grab a copy of today’s Guardian Life to read more on the triumphs and trials of this Nigerian icon. Credit: Creative Direction: @themadamezeta Photography: @jerrie_rotimi Styling: @nkemokorafor Shoot assisted by @chidirim
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#Cannes2018: Lupita Nyong’o at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival
 
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We missed Lupita Nyong’o at the 2018 Met Gala but we’re getting a lot of her at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. The Hollywood star attended Chopard Secret Night during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Chateau de la Croix des Gardes on May 11, 2018 in Cannes, France. She looked phenomenal.
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2019 MUSE by BERTA – City of Angels
 
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The 2019 MUSE by Berta is also known as City of Angels. The deep v cuts, silhouettes, appliqué and gorgeous embroidery makes the collection surely sexy, edgy and bold. The location of the shoot which is the vibrant streets of Rodeo Drive, Los Angeles is the perfect blend of romance and edginess adds to the freshness of this collection. Enjoy!
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Nona & Alonuko at Lagos Bridal Fashion Week 2018
 
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Brides by Nona‘s collection at Lagos Bridal Fashion Week hit all the right notes for the unconventional bride. From a short dress covered in a long train to the low full bow, each piece looked beautiful. This collection featured a side peplum dress, low cut-outs, mermaid cuts, a tulle ballgown and lots of amazing pieces. Take a look. Alonuko‘s collection was a beautiful infusion of bridal simplicity and glam. We love the mix of tulle, satin, lace and a sprinkle of glitter. Speaking with the Gbemi the creative designer, she emphasised that her bridal dresses are created for the bride who loves to have a timeless look. Music: Timi Dakolo — Medicine
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TBoss, Victoria Michaels & Thando Thabethe Cover Glam Africa Magazine’s April-June Issue As Brides
 
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For the love of weddings! Big Brother Naija 2017 housemate TBoss is joined by South African actress Thando Thabethe and Ghanaian model Victoria Michaels on the cover of Glam Africamagazine’s April – June 2018 issue. This issue of Glam Africa, which is its first ever bridal issue, celebrates and explores bridal traditions across the continent. The magazine is also jam-packed with absolutely every tip and trick in the book to get you your dream wedding. From bridal accessories to the latest beauty trends, and bridal dresses to suit every budget and personality. The cover shoot is a celebration of the colourful African wedding tradition with focus on Ghanaian, Northern Nigerian, and South African wedding traditions. Thando, who was recently engaged when the cover was shot, shared her wedding planning experience with Glam Africa. In addition, the publication also got to chat with TBoss, and Victoria Michaels about all things lifestyle, career, and more. Check on it! Cover Credits Photography: @spotlightpi Video: @micsfilms Stylist: @moashystyling MUA: @iamdodos for Thando, @sutchay for Tboss and Victoria Michaels Hair: @FerdinandsHair Costume: @bygeoru Location: @IkejaSaddleClub Shoes: @ThePoloAvenue Accessories: @JewelbyAden White Dresses: @MaiAtafo.BridalAtelier | Black Tulle Dress (Thando): @SamuelNoon | Gold Dress (Victoria): @MagneticElegance | Black/Silver Dress (TBoss): @HouseofJahdara_ Music: www.bensound.com
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Red Carpet Fab: 2018 Fashion For Relief Gala
 
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The 2018 Fashion For Relief Gala held at Aeroport Cannes Mandelieu on Sunday (May 13) in Cannes, France. This year’s theme for the gala was Race to Equality to focus on health, education, and culture. Fashion For Relief raised money for Save The Children, as well as the Times Up movement. The event was attended by Jussie Smollett, Adrien Brody, Michelle Rodriguez, Edward Enninful, Kendall Jenner, Craig David and more. Models that walked the runway for the event include Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell, Natalia Vodianova, Winnie Harlow, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordan Barrett, Ming Xi, Jussie Smollett, Natasha Poly, Maria Borges, and Sara Sampaio.
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Latest Aso Ebi Styles -Vol. 1
 
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The best aso ebi inspiration from vendors and people like you! Music: Narvana — Make Me Smile
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Latest Aso Ebi Styles Vol. 2
 
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Check out the latest styles around the country Music: Mylo Hebron — Green Light
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Imad Eduso at Lagos Bridal Fashion Week 2018
 
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Imad Eduso collection has a strong simplistic feel which we totally love. We can see a chic bride rocking all the pieces and effortlessly slaying at her reception, court wedding and church wedding. This collection at the Lagos Bridal Fashion Week was filled with satin goodness. Check it out Music: www.bensound.com
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Tiffany Haddish is “A Star for Our Time” on the Cover of W Magazine’s Latest Issue
 
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Haute couture for the win!  Tiffany Haddish is the cover star of the latest issue of W Magazine and the actress and comedian is daring to be different. W Magazine writes: Since rising to superstardom following her brilliant performance in the blockbuster movie Girls Tripand her appearances on Saturday Night Live and at the Oscars, Tiffany Haddish has developed her own unique relationship with the fashion world. Although her most famous fashion moments so far have involved rewearing the same Alexander McQueen dress for three very public appearances, Haddish is ready to try new things. For the cover of W magazine, Haddish transformed into an unexpected haute couture client, trying on seven couture dresses and posing with a young spotted cow named Milkshake. Here’s what the actress had to share with the mag… On her famous Alexander McQueendress that she keeps re-wearing: “And I might wear it again. Here’s the story of that dress: I hired a stylist for Girls Trip, and she said, ‘Girl, if you’re trying to make it to the next level in your career, you’re going to have to spend a little money.’ I said, ‘I’m down to look my best. Whatever it takes.’ I should’ve known—wasn’t no price tag on that dress. So I wear it for Girls Trip, and then they give me the receipt. When I saw the receipt, I cried. The dress was $4,122! So I’m wearing it multiple fucking times. I don’t care what nobody say—that’s a down payment on a car, that’s a medical bill. So, even though everyone says I shouldn’t wear the dress in public again, I’m wearing it.” On not getting an Oscar nomination for Girl’s Trip: “I could have been mad. But I would always rather try to be funny in any situation. Even when people are laughing at me in a mean way, I still feel some kind of healing from it. When I get super-depressed, I’ll go on YouTube and look up “babies laughing” just to change my mood. Epic fails are funny, too. In failure, there can be success: By that I mean you can learn what not to do. I find the funny in a lot of failures, because I’ve had enough of them. But I am resilient: My soul is very determined.” For more from Tiffany, visit https://wmagazine.com
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Red Carpet Fab: 2018 MET Gala
 
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The 2018 annual MET Gala event held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Monday (May 7) in New York City. This year’s Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrates the opening of the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination exhibition and is hosted by Amal Clooney, Rihanna, fashion designer Donatella Versace, and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. The theme is taking a religious turn this year, and exploring how fashion and religious art can co-exist. The star-studded event was attended by Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez, Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Jeremy Scott, Kim Kardashian, Zendaya, Scarlett Johansson, Gigi Hadid, Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott, Anne Hathaway, Kendall Jenner, Cindy Crawford, Shailene Woodley, Gisele Bundchen, Tom Brady, Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk, Lily Aldridge, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker, Corey Gamble, Kris Jenner,Dakota Fanning, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Mindy Paling, Lena Waithe and more. Check on it! Photo Credit: Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy | Neilson Barnard | John Shearer | Karwai Tang Music: James Arthur — Can I Be Him
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9ice Covers Taylor Live Magazine’s Latest Issue
 
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Hailing from a somewhat underground locale, there’s not so much one would expect of a person seeking out a life in the limelight, but our very own Ibile has defied all odds. Abolore Adigun Akande might not have initially sought out a life in the spotlight but it apparently seems like he was made for it, being in the business for this long, there’s no doubt he is going to stick around for a while. Although it took a while  from his first single to when he started gaining recognition in the industry, 9ice stuck to his contemporary/Hip-hop and world fusion genre, steadily giving us back to back hits. Quite a number of people regarded this music style as controversial but that didn’t distress the Hitmaker, but only caused him to modify his style, highlighting his artistic ability. Deriving his inspiration from his environment, it seemed only fair to want to give back to his roots; we all agree that staying in touch with your heritage is key; especially for those who are into Fuji music. In reverence to Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade and Pasuma (to mention a few), 9ice threads the needle when it comes to repping his idols, and in a pretty modern way as well. Not forgetting his copious Professional (MOBO Best African Act 2008) and TV awards (MTV Base Best HipHop Act 2008), 9ice stays pretty prominent in the eye of the public. Outside of his music, it’s almost easy to piece together what his greatest achievements might be, from becoming a famous UN Youth Ambassador, bagging an ambassadorship with the Nelson Mandela Charity Organization as well as a Global Public Health Ambassador to SFH and not forgetting the Lagos State Environmental Ambassadorship. Comparing himself to the likes of Youssou N’Dour and Yvonne Chaka Chaka whose music have embraced their native languages, we are sure to expect more of the native Yoruba proverbs embedded in his music and ofcourse, international recognition from our very own Adigun.
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Naomie Harris talks Inner strength, Cultural Appropriation & Dodging Hollywood Abuser in Porter Edit
 
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Hollywood actress Naomie Harris is the latest cover star for Net-a-porter’s ‘Porter Edit’ magazine. Speaking to the magazine, Naomie says she believes she has been protected from sexual harassment in her career because she has always worked with women. Read excerpts from her interview below: On how her team has protected her from sexual harassment: When everything [about Harvey Weinstein] was blowing up, my manager did remind me about a person who asked me, post-screening, to go up to his room and have a drink. But because my manager is amazing, she immediately stepped in and said, ‘That’s not happening under any circumstances’. It was four or five years ago. Hearing the stories, I feel like people weren’t protected enough – especially when you’re starting in this profession in your early twenties. It’s incredibly intimidating, and then you have these hugely powerful people who, literally, with one phone call, can change your life and your career overnight. On cultural appropriation: I think it’s a compliment to adopt other cultures and races’ ideas of what makes them look beautiful. I don’t think negatively about it at all. On why she wanted to take her role in Rampage: The reason I wanted to do Rampage was largely because after Moonlight, I did get a lot of offers, but they were all very much along the lines of [her drug-addicted character] Paula. So, ‘Do you want to play the haggard mother’ or ‘Do you want to play the crack addict?’ And I read [the script for Rampage] and was like, ‘This is nothing like Paula! Completely the opposite!’ On reconnecting with her father last year: It’s been really healing. I always knew where he was and I always had his number, so it was up to me to contact him. He was very receptive, and it was beautiful. He said, ‘I’ve always wanted you in my life, I’ve always loved you, and I’m so happy to reconnect with you.’ It was everything that you could want to hear. For more on Naomie, visit net-a-porter.com
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