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MC Style Focus: A Deep Dive into all the Fashion Looks by Men of the AMVCAs

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The African Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCAs 2022) is an annual accolade presented by MultiChoice, recognizing outstanding achievements in television and film. Over time, the television and film viewers’ choice award has become both the Met Gala and Oscars of Nigeria and West Africa, with fashion anticipation and expectations up the roof each season.

The eighth edition, which took place on Saturday, May 14 featured lots of celebrities, influencers, fashion celebrities, and even drag queens, expressing themselves and accentuating their features with outfits that reflected a high level of artistry, versatility, creativity, and oddity — with weird and grotesque conceptualizations — in the Nigerian fashion industry.

As the biggest fashion night in West Africa, the AMVCAs 2022 showed us several interpretations, concepts, and elevated versions of modern and traditional Nigerian looks, being laid bare on the vulnerable red carpet, in the minds of fashion lovers and critiques, and on the unguarded pages of blogs and magazines; and this night was no exception.

Year in and out, high fashion bars are set for the ladies of the AMVCAs, with a few men also serving high fashion and statement-making looks that highlight their best features. But this time around, the men of the AMVCAs actually gave us more than we expected. Looking through the evening’s mods and couture, here are the A-listers and top 15 best-dressed Men at the 2022 AMVCA awards in no particular order.

Tope Tedela

Timini Egbuson

Denola Grey

Etim Effiong

Uti Nwachuwkwu

Enioluwa Adeoluwa


Neo Akpofure


Uche Uba

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

Sir Leo Dasilva

Stan Nze

Mawuli Gavor

Elozonam Ogbolu

Enyinna Nwigwe

Alex Ekubo

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Elvis Osifo is a culture and lifestyle Editor, proficient in investigative journalism and curating relevant as well as engaging web contents. He is opportune to use his platform as an editor, writer and contributor to a number of publications as a voice of love, acceptance and inclusivity in Africa, and to Africans.

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