Today has been sooooo busy.
In between posting the Day One blogpost and right now I have been to some 6 different places shopping and getting ready for Nigeria basically. Making sure everyone that is entitled to a gift gets has been catered to.
All showered and dinner had, I looked at the time and it’s just 17:58! Talk about a productive day. I’ve closed the weekend vlog and super ready for the week. Hopefully, I’m able to complete this post and Day Three’s as well.
Alright let’s do this. Day 2 was exciting to anticipate as I spotted my girl Adenike’s brand in the list. (Oh btw, as I finished off this post I realised the clocks had moved back this morning) 🤣🤣.
It’s 5am and I’ve just woken up from an amazing sleep. Working with point.a hotels on staycation and affordability this weekend and their bed took delicious care of my life last night.
Today is the official final day of Lagos Fashion Week and I’ve spent the better part of 2 hours revelling at the shots from the event. Before I start off on my first love which is Street Style (next blogpost) let’s look at the collections that were shown. I’d be sharing one look per designer. This look would either be my fav of the collection or a piece I think represented the theme best.
I spent the most efficient 3 days and 2 nights in Portugal 🇵🇹 that has ever been recorded in history. Thanks to great planning and research. In a future post, I’d be sharing your Lisbon-must-dos. On this post however, it’s all about style. Click her you watch my video on this (kindly subscribe while at it if you haven’t). Tbank you.
Penning my final post for 2017 and can’t be any more happier that it’s all about my culture. Some months back after we shot the androgyny editorial in February that was shared by so many platforms, I came across these photos by the ever talented @thestyleinfidel while perusing various sites and got him to share some the original shots. He did so after much reminders a month later and I just sat in them…lol, well till now.
Igbo is a Nigerian tribe one which I am a part of.
Pappaz Attirez, a Nigerian bespoke fashion brand that caters to both male and female audiences has unveiled its latest ageless-inspired collection themed “The PEERLESS collection”. This collection shows an easy, yet simplistic vision that embodies masculinity, fluidity, diversity and functionality.