According to a statement from Adichie, the Nigerian born author will join Esquire Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief, Alex Bilmes, to lead discourse at the 2018 edition of Esquire’s biggest annual event.

Scheduled to kick off today in London, the four-day event features a curated program of live interviews, TED-style talks, panel debates, supper clubs and masterclasses.

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Although Esquire's core readership is predominantly male, the audience for Esquire Townhouse is half male and half female.

The Townhouse initiative as designed by Esquire is often described as a mix between The New Yorker Festival and Soho House.

Chimamanda Adichie dazzles in Wild Kulture at Lagos event

Chimamanda is known for her eclectic style and her penchant for Nigerian designers.

For her exclusive event in Lagos over the weekend, we expected something special and she didn't disappoint.

Look how the author dazzles in Wild Kulture by Jennifer Oseh at Lagos event.

Whether it's Paris Fashion Week or receiving yet another honour at a prestigious university, Chimamanda

For her exclusive Q&A in Lagos over the weekend, Chimamanda chose to wear a mixed prints outfit by emerging Nigerian label Wild Kulture.

Wild Kulture is the brainchild of popular fashion influencer