Adebayo Oke-Lawal, Alani Adenle, Ashley Okoli, Jess Jess Finesse, Solis and Stephen Tayo have partnered with travel advocacy platform, Trippin for a new photo series campaign in collaboration with retail giant Farfetch titled “Trippin in Lagos.”

The campaign is lensed by photographer Stephen Tayo at strategic locations that celebrate Lagos . In an interview with Trippin, they shed light on Lagos, the budding Alte culture.

According to the Trippin website, they selected creatives to partner with them for this photo series who they believe are “pushing the boundaries and pioneering a new wave of sounds, fashion, and schools of thought.”

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See excerpts from the series below:

“Lagos is my home and it’s my heart…When I am here I am at peace, and that feeling can’t be replaced.”

“In Lagos, you’re born with that spirit of hustling, fighting and getting through obstacles to keep moving forward.”

“Travel is all about adventure and an opportunity to get to know a city and, more truly, its people. I take this with me everywhere I go.”

“It’s my city, so in that way Lagos means the world to me, and our music and creativity make it a tolerable space.”

 “I understand fashion as starting in the streets and ending in the streets. Lagos’ streets are an endless runway. People serve looks every day and you can’t explain it. “

“When I came back Nigeria, I gained my sense of self. You couldn’t even pay me to live in America now. Nigeria is home and where I feel I belong.”