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Does it get better than all black or black with a touch of white? Keep it local with Marayah O’s adire chic, short and sweet with Tsemaye Binitie or pair sheer and lace a la Washington Roberts. Classic with a dash of show-stopping? Bridget Awosika and Jewel by Lisa’s use of print will take you there.

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What would Lagos be without its red carpets? Hold that thought for a sec, and instead start figuring out how these pieces of floor-length gorgeousness fit into your social calendar. With such an array of options from Sisiano’s tulle creation to Valerie David’s eye for colour, we can’t wait to watch the socialites come out to play.


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Shades of orange, pink, yellow, blue and red offered a mini rainbow of options. For a burst of citrus, go with Nkwo's masterful use of tie-dye, for pink, Obsidian's billowy blouse should do the trick; for yellow, House of Marie’s lace dress with a side of feathers is absolute perfection; for blue, Wana Sambo’s navy layered skirt should be on everyone's wedding/evening wish list; and for red, Ladun Lambo’s aso-oke dress is every shade of gorgeous.

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The forecast for spring always includes colour and next spring, we’re going bright. Highlighter hues packed a punch (hello short suit by Washington Roberts!), as did the new colour-blocking (proposed by Grey and Christie Brown). Not big on colour? Make like Lanre Da Silva-Ajayi and tone it down with black. (Top Image: Odio Mimonet)

 


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Expect varying degrees of sheerness – a sleeveless sheer trench from iamISIGO, a sheer printed sheer overlay from Alter Ego and the dress that’ll pop up in every magazine next season: Weiz Dhurm Franklyn’s nearly-bare sheer with floral embellishments for the parts you should probably keep to yourself.


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