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LAGOS BRIDAL FASHION WEEK Lagos Bridal Fashion Week is almost here! From the 4th to the 6th of May, 2018 at Federal Place, Victoria Island, will host a first of its kind experience for brides and grooms to-be, bridal stylists, buyers and other key stakeholders, under one roof in Lagos.
The three-day experience will feature a curated list of Pan-African bridal designers for the daily runway shows, and brands at the LBFW Bridal Boutique. The boutique will house a collection of vendors retailing bridal (and wedding) items as well as private rooms for consultations with designers and bridal stylists. MAYOWA NICHOLAS IN AMERICA VOGUE MAY ISSUE
Nigerian Super Model Mayowa Nicholas is fast becoming the ultimate designers muse and has been featured in the May 2018 issue of Vogue. From the streets of lagos to the runways to full spread Billboard features in New York, our girl Mayowa is keeping the Nigerian flag soaring.
In the may issue of Vogue America, Mayowa is photographed by Phyllis Posnick on a stairway with lambs at her feet. This isn’t mayowa’s first Vogue feature, she has also been feature in Vogue Espana and we know this is only the beginning for this rising super model. MOSCHINO X H&M
H&M has a long history of epic fashion collaborations with luxury design brands, bringing the very definition of highlow style to the masses. From Erdem’s dreamy floral creations to Isabel Marant’s Parisian chic pieces, the Swedish retailer is the medium between upscale panache and everyday ease. And, their latest collaboration is no exception to the rule. H&M has announced that they will be linking up with Italian fashion house Moschino for a new line, called Moschino [tv] H&M. Moschino’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, will create womenswear and menswear pieces, plus accessories, that are inclusive to all of his fans. ...continued from last week
Adding yet more heat to its men’s fashion activities, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has snagged designer Virgil Abloh to lead men’s design at Louis Vuitton.
Off-White’s founder succeeds Kim Jones in the role and will show his first collection in June during Men’s Fashion Week in the French capital. What great about this announcement is that Abloh has no formal training yet will be the new artistic director of one of the biggest fashion house menswear section and is the French house’s first African-American artistic director.