How Nigerian celebrities showed up at London Fashion Week
If there’s one thing Nigerians know how to do, it’s show up in style.
Most of them wore Burberry-designed outfits. Here’s who we spotted and what they wore:
Wizkid looked his best yet at the Burberry show in London. We were green with envy when we saw him in this army green plaid jacket and trousers. I especially loved the cap; it made him look really royal.
This footballer wore a black overcoat and pants. Many people made fun of him online for looking like North Korea’s president, Kim Jong Un. I think he looked great; he just lacked charisma and confidence to pull it off.
Burna Boy's the black and white checkered fabric confused our eyes. The print was an optical illusion that hurt the eyes. On the plus side, the fitting of the outfit was perfect.
This Nigerian-British rapper looked very urban in a shirt, green sweater and shorts. I loved how fresh, stylish and relaxed he looked.
This Nigerian-born footballer wore a red turtleneck shirt and trousers in the signature Burberry print. Many people online felt he didn’t look so good, but it’s just a lack of charisma and carriage; he looked alright, though the trousers were a bit ill fitting.
Soulful musician Tems kept it comfy in leather pants and a purple fur coat. Her slippers were quirky and fun and added a nice touch to the look.
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