The third day of the Heineken Lagos Fashion Week saw more people in attendance. The crowd came out in show-stopping street styles and statement accessories. The exhibition stands were very active and the atmosphere was filled with anticipation and excitement. All that anticipation was met with spectacular runway shows, from amazing designs to dance performances.
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Here are some of the highlights:
This collection displayed a lot of tropical looks with bright sunny colors such as; yellow, orange, red and hot pink, making us long for the return of summer. The outfits comprised of bodysuits, 2 piece swimsuits, bikinis, swimsuit cover-ups, wide-leg jumpsuits, one-piece swimsuits, and long skirts & dresses. These outfits were worn with heels and often paired with bright colored mini bags.
The models were dressed in outfits showcasing the brand color “Purple”, with their hair made into beautiful hairstyles; from simple looks to over the top hairdos using Darling Nigeria products. Big Brother Nigeria Season 4 housemate Venita Akpofure and media personalities Idia Aisien, Kaylah Oniwo, and Bolanle Olukanni, each graced the darling Nigeria runway spotting ponytails made with Darling Nigeria products.
The Sisiano runway show started out with a dance choreography that captivated everyone. The collection consisted of jumpsuits, short & long dresses, long tops, wide-leg pants, kimonos, and bra tops. All of the outfits were made of lightweight fabrics, with a lot draping and some of the dresses, skirts, and jumpsuits had slits in the middle & on the sides. The color scheme of the collection was majorly lavender, it also had shades of brown/tan, blue and yellow. The male models walked the runway barefooted while the female models wore heels.
These designs were a love affair between Ankara, lace, Aso-oke, and cotton fabrics. The models wore corsets made with Ankara and lace, blazers made with Ankara, dresses made with flower print cotton fabrics, skirts made with Ankara, Culottes made with lace, wide-leg pants made with Aso-oke, harem pants made with Ankara, etc. These outfits were worn with heels.
Mimi by Odio
A seemingly futuristic collection made with glossy fabrics, lace, cotton, and Aso-oke. The central color was green and yellow in different shades. The models were dressed in jumpsuits, pant trousers, short, midi and long dresses, long skirts, blazers, etc. These outfits were worn with crocs and sometimes heels.
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