The Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week 2016 is slated to take place October 26-29 2016.
The website of the much-anticipated event says “Lagos Fashion and Design Week is a multiday fashion event platform that aims to drive the Nigerian and ultimately, the African fashion industry by bringing together buyers, consumers and the media to view the current collections of African designers in the fashion capital of Lagos, Nigeria.”
If you’re a lover of style, fashion design, modeling, make up artistry and photography, then this is definitely the event for you.
As a leading fashion event on the African fashion calendar, LFDW leads the way with initiatives that support, strengthen and develop the fashion industry. Beyond the runway, the annual event provides a physical platform that’s gradually repositioning fashion as a useful tool for commerce and creativity in Nigeria.
LFDW 2016 is sponsored by Heineken, Sterling Bank, British Council, Jumia, Vlisco, Maybelline NY, FETS wallet, and Pal Pensions. The event will feature, runway shows and presentations, showrooms, retail, fashion focus and fashion business series.
Speaking on the partnership between LFDW and Heineken, Mrs Ngozi Nkwoji, Senior Brand Manager – Heineken said, “Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week has been an instrumental platform in shaping the city of Lagos, a catalyst in the growth of the Nigerian Fashion Industry. It is for the reason we believe it is perfect place to continue celebrating cosmopolitan cities, such as the City of Lagos, which features in Heineken’s “Shape Your City” campaign; inspiring people to contribute in improving their cities.”
Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week has been an instrumental platform in shaping the city of Lagos, a catalyst in the growth of the Nigerian Fashion Industry.
The influential fashion event now in its 6th year will see Maybelline return as LFDW’s preferred beauty brand for the fourth consecutive year. Last year’s LFDW saw an exciting line-up of new and established designers such as Lanre Da Silva-Ajayi, Eki Orleans, Orange Culture and others. In it’s audience over the course of four day were some 6,000 people.
LFDW 2016 is a must attend for anyone with an interest in fashion in Nigeria, Africa and the world.