Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week 2016 Akin Faminu shares 5 key trends as street style inspiration

Men style enthusiast and blogger Akin Faminu shares 5 key trends as street style inspiration for Fashion Week.

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Men style enthusiast and blogger Akin Faminu shares five key trends to inspire street style at the Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week 2016.

Faminu explores in season trends as fashion inspiration for Africa's biggest Fashion Week. Mixing African prints, wearing black on black, styling the timeless 'agbada' trend, Athleisure and making bold statement in prints, he is his own muse in the looks.

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play Akin Faminu dares to "Go Trad in a 'Statement' Agbada"

 

"It's that time of the year again; Fashion season! And after the likes of London, New York, Paris, Milan, and South Africa, it's time for our very own Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2016.

So before we are awed as usual by the craft of our amazing designers, models, stylists and everyone involved in the runway shows, you know what comes before that? Yup, Street Style! 4 days where all the fashion Giants that know their onions come to play .. Or maybe slay .. You want to look your best as well, don't you?" Akin Faminu shares.

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Check out the 5 key trends that could serve as an inspiration for street style this year as done by Akin Faminu:

1. An Afrocentric mix of African Prints

Akin Faminu play Akin Faminu does "An Afrocentric mix of African Prints"

 

2. Edgy All Black

play Akin Faminu in an "Edgy All Black" look

 

3. Statement Prints

play Akin Faminu in "Statement Prints".

 

4. Athleisure

 

5. Go Trad in a 'Statement' Agbada

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