It’s the third edition of Lagos fashion and design week, and it’s obvious more and more people are getting the drift.
In case you didn’t catch that, let’s rephrase.
Half the time at LFDW, the fashion is on the streets, maybe not as crafty or elaborate as what is being churned down the runway, but very much as anticipated. That ultimately means that being fashionably late is no longer as exciting, because why aim for an uninteresting photo against a backdrop plastered with logos, when you can catch real style on real people complimented by colors, nature and every element in the scenery?
Okay, maybe we’ll just show you what that means
See what we mean?