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From the RunwaysStreet StyleBackstageFashion Parties Lagos Fashion Week 2019 has been fun-filled and very exciting!

Need a recap of Lagos Fashion Week 2019? See all the fun we had at this year’s Fashion Business Series event tagged “The Gathering”everything juicy from the street style stars all 4 days, and all the unmissable runway moments and Spring/Summer 2020 collections.

All through the activity-packed four days, we had a very helpful companion – the TECNO Camon 12 Pro. We couldn’t have asked for a better companion this fashion week! The phone comes with a 2MP depth sensor makes a perfect substitute for professional camera, making every picture sharp and worth sharing. The 16MP back camera captures sequences of moving objects in sharp focus and because of that, we were able to share all the best moments from fashion week with you in real-time.

Day 4 was very eventful. The action off and on the runway was palpable! As usual, the show-goers kept it uber chic with bold and cheerful, vibrant and eye-catching looks. Don’t believe us? Check out our curation of the best street style looks and see for yourself in this video we shot on our Camon 12 Pro – people didn’t come to play!

For the shows on the last day, the industry’s well-established fashion houses and several newcomers in fashion officially previewed their Spring/Summer collections for 2020. Mai Atafo re-introduced his brand as ATAFO with vibrant designs, a whole new and bold aesthetic, we saw a checkered jumpsuit with an exaggerated yellow bow, mixed print dresses, boxy bright coloured suits and more. The show was also beyond – there was a live choir which offered sonorous renditions of some of the best Nigerian music.


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Some of the night’s most outstanding collections were from designers including Ejiro Amos Tafiri, JZO, Emmy Kasbit, and Larry Jay who showed off African fashion in distinctive and impressive ways.

Ejiro Amos Tafiri


Emmy Kasbit

Larry Jay

Ugo Monye brought fashion and politics together in a special way – old soviet union military uniforms and modern interpretations of military rain capes. The show ended with Dike Chukwumerije‘s 2017 NES 23 opening poetry performance.

And with that, Lagos Fashion Week 2019 came to an end. We’ll be bringing you all the most buzzed-about moments from Lagos Fashion Week 2019 and more of the highlights from the four-day show – so stay tuned!

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