LAGOS STREET STYLE

Documenting the style-scape of Lagos, Nigeria

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16.6.17

GOOD AS NEW.

I was convinced I wasn't in the market for new lil' sisters, and then I met @thecaseyoung.

She's alright for the soul.

And her tatt says "Dieu Est Amour".







12.6.17

OPARA BOY. AGAIN.

He introduced me to his friends as his "industry mother".

Made me feel old, but made me feel loved.

I'll take loved.







VALERIE EGBUNIWE.

It's always interesting, albeit in a one-sided way to eventually meet some of the people who I've anonymously been in contact with, and be able to leave with the same level of anonymity.

I photographed Valerie at the Henri Uduku new collection launch.
I typically try to steer away from multiple photos of the same person, because once you've seen, I mean, you've seen. But she was good fun.

Cheers.






THE ADENIKE. AGAIN.

Here's my Adenike who persists on glowing from the inside out.


In her own label, Demure By Denike.






7.6.17

ANKARA COALITION.

Photographing attendees at that Mose Store event last Saturday was a pleasure.

Ankara is a clear favourite of mine.





THE LOULETTE.

Meet The Loulette.

In Twenty-Six Clothing (Made In Nigeria).






5.6.17

TOMIKE ALAYANDE.

I'm starting to find out people's identities. (Thank you Instagram)

Tomike is an actor, radio presenter, TV presenter and microbiologist.

And I thought I wore many hats.

Kudos Tomike.

Style and substance.



INDIMA OKOJIE.

Indima...doing justice to Lagos-y cool.















3.6.17

ANKARA.

@TheBlackRuby, the beauty and brains behind @TheMoseStore

As seen at her African Tea Party I serendipitously found myself at, earlier today.





THE MOSE STORE.

Was driving down to the barber's to get my son a haircut, we passed by a busy spot on Admiralty Way and noticed a store opening (The Mose Store, it's called) featuring a WHOLE LOT of Ankara wax print loveliness.

Cue screech.

Cue camera.

Cue shots of beautiful Lagosians.