Couture meets high-street style in Lagos Fashion Week 2019
By Guardian Exclusive
30 October 2019 | 4:55 pm
High-end fashion meets high-street style at the Lagos Fashion Week 2019. The Lagos Fashion Week is a fashion platform that drives the Nigerian and African fashion industry; by bringing together buyers, consumers and the media to view the current trends in Fashion.
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