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Behind the Nigerian fashion industry – Lagos street style

By Guardian Life
26 October 2018   |   3:59 pm
Lagos Street Style is a partnership of two – a mother and son duo (Fifi and Seni). Fifi is a full-time oil and gas lawyer who started documenting street style in Scotland 6 years ago and more recently in Lagos when she moved back home in 2014.


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