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It’s fashion szn guys, and the industry is buzzing as Lagos Fashion Week 2021 finally satisfies our hunger for some real life outdoor fashunz. There is nothing like the good ol’ fashion goodness; you know the street style life-giving lewks and some of that runway’s jaw-dropping iconic moments. Fashion people know this. So, while you rummage your closets for what you‘ll wear to this year’s show to step on our necks, we have taken the time to get our fashion columnist, Providence Ozichukwu, to give us the style inspiration to help us to put on a killer appearance. While we are on the topic of physical attendance, you should know that Lagos Fashion Week organizers ain’t playing with the Covid-19 protocols – Come Vaccinated and with proof! That said, here is the stylist’s guide on outift ideas to wear to Lagos Fashion Week 2021. This is 2021, and I would…

Vulnerability these days seems to be an over flogged topical index in the advance of society that it has almost become easily prone to misconception and misinterpretation. This is so much that it’s often pushed towards women with little or no care towards the Male Child. As they say, charity begins at home and hence a Male Child deviates in error right from the moment he is taught not to express hurt, pain or dissatisfaction through affectionate means but relish his wrath as a panacea. Thus, a “Hitler’ was born. If the reverse were the case, maybe society would have produced better-cultured men with more succinct respect for women and the affairs of their environment in general. Emotions have been described by Merriam-Webster Dictionary, as a conscious mental reaction, typically accompanied by physiological and behavioural changes in the body. The consciousness of the mental reaction in a person and its…

Rich Mnisi If you’ve been pretty much “alive” through this last decade, you’d agree with me that the world is eventually embracing a new order of renaissance and gradually putting everything in perspective when it comes to fashion for men. Orange Culture In fact, current happenings are succinct pointers to this truth. This truth, which has also ordered the re-evaluation of menswear and men’s fashion in general, is shedding a global appraisal of the subject especially in this part of the world(Africa). Orange Culture It’s no news that within the past 5-7 years, men’s fashion has evolved tremendously, cutting dogmatically through age-long embraced ethnic and cultural stereotypes and stigmata. Men are beginning to adopt more soulful and expressive approaches of identity via fashion and by rewriting antique cultural history. Rich Mnisi More and more recent designers like Orange Culture, Emmy Kasbit, Kenneth Ize, Rich Mnisi, Sisiano and a lot of…