You know what they say, better late than never. Despite the late start, Lagos Fashion Week made sure the show was well worth the wait.

Cynthia Abila

Eponymous label Cynthia Abila is an emerging womenswear brand that explores modern silhouettes whilst still being very much rooted in its African roots. Talking about the typical Cynthia Abila woman she says,"My muse has  changed. She's enjoyed success  and now has an appetite  for it.  The  pieces were  made for the  Cynthia  Abila  woman who loves  to explore  the  diverse  culture  of worlds  beyond her walls  but yet  holds  passionately to her roots  and in every way seeks  to tell  her own local story."

Last night's collection was a celebration of femininity. The flowing fabrics and vibrant colours gave the impression of the Cynthia Abila woman being a fearless and embracing to power of her sexuality.

With a palette of sumptuous reds, stripes and use of traditional aso oke, with a mix of modern power suits and ladylike midi dresses, the collection had a little something for everyone and was overall, a cohesive and well put together collection for the eponymous label.



Russell Solomon

DNA by Iconic Invanity

Daughters of Iconic Invanity creative Director Nancy Nwadire, Destiny and Alanis debuted their latest collection and introduced upcoming collection Neka Youth.  The colour collection which was a sea of purples and yellows with signature DNA stripes and embellishments was elegant yet playful.

Ladunni Lambo

A sea of blues and greys, Ladunni Lambo's collection was elegant and understatedly sexy.

Kelechi Odu