Salute to Nigerian Independence Day

Salute to Nigerian Independence Day 2015, which marks the 55th anniversary of the country’s independence from British colonial rule, into the territories that form modern-day Nigeria.  So we all know Nigeria’s national colors are green, white and across the world there are a number of events taking place in celebration of Independence day!

What are you going to wear? Let us know over on Facebook and Instagram

Enjoy this streamlined edit of green & white fashion snaps from across the web and Instgram!

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Born in Belgium and raised in the Ivory Coast, designer Elie Kuame crafted his artistic flair in France, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, China, and has since demonstrated his talent in Gabon, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, and French West Indies. In 2006, while he was living in France, Kuame founded his couture line Elie Kuame Couture. His designs are dedicated to enhancing women’s beauty with elegant, stunning, striking, and breathtaking attire. Images from My Roots Collection


Each Lisa Folawiyo garment boasts a handcrafted and unique history from inception to construction.

Folawiyoʼs expert beading craftsmen, hand-embellish each Lisa Folawiyo piece. On average, this is a 240 hour process that reflects the brandʼs focus on design integrity. Images from 

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London store Sapelle stocks a variety of designers from across the African Continent and we’ve put together this lovely dress stocked at Sapelle by Tina Lobondi. We’ve coordinated  it with a’small Ledbury’ Hobo bag from Burberry, shoes from JD Williams and unfortunately the leather jacket unknown.


Some Insta Love: We’ve chosen a small selection of peeps from Insta who’ve caught our eye in green and white attire!

Happy independence to my country Nigeria Models: @tracydanielz @treasuredanielz #strenght #peace #Nigeria #nigerianindependenceday #peace

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With shows like Africa’s Next Top Model being prepared to air later this year and AFWL 2015 almost upon us, the spotlight will once again be on the important role that make-up plays in bringing a creative look together. At our recent Africa Fashion shoot, we spent time discussing modern make up with talented make-up artist Kemi Kolawole: MUA @a_scarredbeauty Photographer:@peter_branch_photographer Jewellery:@meenclothing #AfricaFashion #makeupartist #makeupart #love #lashes #glittermakeup #spotlighting #pop #colour #lipstick #instalove #makeupaddict #mac #sleek #instamua #perfect #instamakeup #makeupartistsworldwide #makeuplover #mua #instafashion #makeupgeek #eyewing #summer #eyes #eyemakeupideas #contour #ilovemakeup #wakeupandmakeup #makeupcourse

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We love this beautiful style of @yoursfashionably #SAS 671

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Nigeria @ 55. Happy independence day!

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