The Lagos State Government in partnership with Africa Fashion Week Ngeria, is poised to showcase the best of Nigeria’s fashion and beauty industry as it hosts a pre-event ahead of this year’s fashion week celebration.
This was revealed by the Chief Operating Officer of Aiki Odiawa while speaking on the development and partnership between his outfit and the state government. According to him, the Africa Fashion Week, which is tagged: ‘The Iconic Catwalk Shows,’ and scheduled to take place at the National Theatre and Tinubu Square, Lagos, will spotlight talented designers expressing how traditional culture brings modern spirit to fashion against the splendour of these heritage sites. “The media-focused events are a unique opportunity to gain insights, appreciate the beauty, versatility of the Nigerian fabrics and fashion.
The events are also an opportunity for us to show the world a glimpse of our rich heritage and culture. Clothing and accessories are inseparable from culture and what better way to express this than through these iconic location events,” stated Odiawa.
Furthermore, Odiawa added that: “The Founder of the Africa Fashion Week London and Nigeria, Ms. Ronke Ademiluyi, and her team are delighted to be partnering with the state government to use some of the historical locations for the shows. These exciting events will provide a unique platform for the media to interact with the designers and the state to share its vision for the fashion and tourism industry.”
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