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Colours of Summer - which Lily Twist dress do you fancy?
Available on #wrapitwednesday #twistdress #lilytwistdress #lilywrapdress #tiffanyambernigeria #myasho

It’s a head turner! @sisterdeborah rocks her Fringe necklace with a body hugging blue dress and very cute sandals!
Get your Fringe Necklace here and turn some heads:
#fringenecklace #spotlighttuesday #christiebrown #myashomarket #headturner

@SandraAnkobiah making a strong statement with the Fringe Necklace, teaming it with black leggings and a black vest top.
Get yours and style it your way:
#fringenecklace #christiebrown #spotlighttuesday #myashomarket #statementpiece

SPOTLIGHT TUESDAY! Today it’s all about the Fringe Necklace by @christiebrowngh - How do you rock yours? @prissyville looks utterly fab teaming hers with a fitted white midi length dress, gorg black sandals and a braided updo. Simple, stylish and sexy, we LOVE it- do you?
Get the necklace here and style it your way:
#fringenecklace #christiebrown #styleit #myashomarket #spotlighttuesday

She is so beautiful! Thandie Newton looks amazing in this silk print dress by @ekiorleans01. Don’t you agree? #love #summerstyle #celebritiesinafricanprint #thandienewton


Gaye McDonald photographed by Jamie Nelson for Pop Africana Issue 1

(via fashioncitizen)


Valerie Blaise (Vavvoune)

Photographer: Mambu

Model: Vavvoune

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The Mustard Dress - for those who like their colour with a hint of print. You like? #throwbackthursday #mustarddress #tt #mustard #summerdress #weddingseason #weddingstyle #myashomarket

Are you ready for summer? It’s a hot one!
Gorgeous image of @KaoneKario by Robert Grischek
#summer #readysetgo #shopsale


EVENT: This is Lagos Presents: “Lagos Sessions”.

In collaboration with Goethe-Institut Lagos, This is Lagos is spearheading a brand new music, culture and lifestyle series that aims to fuse daily life situations through music.

Inspired by the city’s booming and diverse entertainment culture and Nigeria’s leading role in both the African and world music scenes, and birthed out of the Goethe-Institut’s global mission to develop local creative talents, as well as encourage cultural exchange between international and local artists, The Lagos Sessions will provide support to both established and emerging artists through a series of concerts that provide a more intimate connection between the performer and audience.

The first edition of Lagos Sessions is scheduled for Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 6PM prompt. Attendance to the concert is free.