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Monday, April 4, 2011

ARISE FASHION WEEK,LAGOS 2011-THOSE WHO CAME PART 1


OLA SHOBOWALE

TIWA SAVAGE




MOJI DANIEL-ALLEN

EFEMENA TOMMY

SASHA P


DR VIVIAN OPUTA


KIKI KAMANU

MAI ATAFO & KELU

GIDEON OKEKE






MRS ADENUGA

JOKO ONI

UCHE MAJEKODUNMI

DIMEJI ALARA & EFEMENA TOMMY





MO ALATISHE-VLR





BARBARA JAMES





EMILIO



DESIGNER CHRISTIE BROWN & FRIENDS



CHRISTIE BROWN

EZINNE CHINKATA & DIMEJI ALARA

HELEN JENNINGS,EDITOR ARISE MAGAZINE


YVONNE 'VIXEN'[EKWERRE

SAMANTHA COLE & FRIEND


TAYO SHONEKAN

DR SID & YOUNGER SISTER

EKI ORLEANS



NKWO ONWUKA


DR SID & AYO SHONAIYA

EX-MBGN MUNACHI ABII


GIDEON OKEKE,MUNACHI ABII & DR SID

FRANKA ASINDY & ALEX AMOSU

AYO SHONAIYA & EX MBGN MUNACHI ABII

DR SID,MUNACHI ABII & AYO SHONAIYA


ADEOLA ARIYO-SA BASED MODEL

2 OF THE TOP MODELS

LATASHA NGWUBE


MUNACHI ABII,AYO SHONAIYA, ALEXANDER AMOSU & GUEST

EFEMENA & EKU EDEWOR



AISHA SHABA

FATI ALIYU-GARBA-HOUSE OF FARRAH

Arise Magazine Fashion Week 2011 has been the most anticipated event of the year and Arise/ThisDay team delivered on their promise of an African Fashion week with all the pomp and pageantry. This fashion extravaganza has brought so much joy and pride to us as Africans and Nigerians in particular.


3 Gbosas to Nduka Obaigbena for changing the fashion landscape in Africa and giving us a renewal and re-birth of our passion for the industry. Move over Gucci, Watch out Chanel , Bye Dior because we are taking over.

The show started late(African time) but it was worth the wait.

If the 3 day fashion and style extravaganza would be judged only by the sheer numbers of those who came to see what was up, then it should be considered a major success, because people turned out in large numbers, and were ready to outdo each other in the style stakes.
                                                                                                                                                               We at MM thinks that with the success of this maiden edition, though with its small teething problems, it should be made a regular and most probably a twice in the year thing like most of its counterpart in other parts of the world and we can bet, it would become a major money spinner and job provider for many, so if not for anything, Arise and Thisday, with Nduka Obaigbena as the publisher/chairman must be commended for a job well done. Here is part 1 of those who were part of the 3 days extravaganza.

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