Foremost concession store holds evening of shopping, cocktails this Sunday

Elan Red invites you to a fun evening of canapes, bubbly and shopping

 

Concession store; Elan Red invites you to an evening pf mingling, finger foods and bubbly this weekend as they officially open the doors of the upscale boutique to fashion lovers on Sunday; 5th July 2015.

Following its growing popularity since its opening in December 2014, Elan Red Store located in Lekki, Lagos has remained the top choice boutique for style enthusiasts and celebrities.

The store which stocks trendy ready-to-wear essentials and designs from various African designers including  Amarelis, Tzar, Lumiere Couture (Ghana), Asake Oge, Lagos Laidbac, Day Creations, Lolo Kome, Ama-Ariol, Tirbal West and more, as well as international brands, embodies style and class for the modern man and woman.

Attend for a chance to browse off-the-runway collections from designers and more.

To attend, RSVP Sharon Ojong  - 08187707305, Email: info@deevasworld.com

Details

Date: Sunday 5th July 2015

Venue: Cinnamon Gardens, 15b Victoria Arobieke Street off Admiralty way, Lekki 1 Lagos

Time: 12 – 4pm Cocktails, cupcakes and Canapés/ 4 – 7pm Champagne & Serious Shopping

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