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Nigerian designers are becoming more creative. Now that the dollar is ‘reaching for the skies’, it has become even more important for us to support Nigerian businesses and purchase #madeinNigeria goods. Made in Nigeria products do not have to be expensive (as some designs are) or be of low quality (as some people think). FadesOmi has found a balance between producing high quality and affordable designs. Her designs were the limelight of the Kanga fashion festival, which held last Saturday at Flaming flamingo, Abuja.

FadesOmi logo

Preparation for the event

I met up with Fadesomi and her friends; Cynthia and Lizzy at the Transcorp Hilton Abuja, where our makeup was done by Tito of t.alamodebeauty. I actually met her friends for the first time and we had a great time there. After our faces were ‘beat’ to perfection, you should have been there to see the excitement on our faces. We took selfies till our batteries were running low.

talamode makeup on lifestyle by janet

models made up by talamode beauty at transcorp hilton

makeup by chinelo, princessdaprada and lifestyleby janet at transcorp hilton

The Kanga fashion festival

flaming flamingo rooftop abuja nigeria

We arrived at the venue for the event just in time to settle in and mingle. But of course, as most Nigerian events, it did not start on time. I was actually not surprised with the ‘African’ timing, I guess I am getting more accustomed to it. I wore one of FadesOmi’s designs to this event and I absolutely loved it. The featured designs were:

fadesomi designs at kanga fashion festival

  • a blue floral kaftan
  • a pink midi pencil dress
  • a mustard cape dress

fadesomi designs abuja nigeria

I also got to meet quite a number of Abuja based bloggers during the event.

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Vanessa (stylebyohaha), Sarah (princessaudu), Janet (lifestylebyjanet), Larisa (larisalefleur)

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You can check out my post The Dunes Experience for more made in Nigeria designs. If you like this post, kindly share it through any of the social media platforms below. Thanks…

janet drinking organic fruit juice

With Love,

Janet.


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4 Comments

  • Nosa March 1, 2017 at 8:18 pm

    Very cool Janet. Let’s our Nigerian designers get it very right with quality and price…then people like me won’t hestitate patronising them…Have had so not so good experiences…

    Reply
    • Janet March 3, 2017 at 11:18 am

      Indeed…thanks for reading. I hope you subscribe to our mailing list soon.

      Reply
  • Makafui February 28, 2017 at 9:57 pm

    Nice post up there😃… lovely pictures😍😍… reach for the skies my dear😉

    Reply
    • Janet March 1, 2017 at 12:41 am

      Thanks so much

      Reply

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