Dimeji Alara Officially Resigns As Editor-in-Chief Of Style Mania Magazine

The OnoBello team has receieved an email from Dimeji Alara confirming his resignation from Style Mania Magazine.

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Dimeji Alara Mania Magazine Last Issue Cover

Dimeji Alara is a Parisian-born Nigerian, who has an impressive resume in fashion and has worked internationally with magazines such as Elle, GQ and Glamour. Before horning his skills at Mania he briefly styled for Genevieve, Elan and MADE magazines in Nigeria. He has also worked with international designers in the likes of David Tlale and Craig Jacobs as fashion director.

Since the magazine&#39s inception, Dimeji has succefully ran the magazine making it a fashion favourite among readers. Dimeji Alara has stated personal reasons as his reason for leaving the magazine, his email simply said:

“Dear All,
This is to officially announce my resignation as Editor in Chief of StyleMania Magazine. As from now on I will no longer be part of StyleMania Magazine due to personal reasons. I want to thank you all for your wonderful support over the years”.

We are yet to receive any official statement from the publisher of the magazine, renowned photographer Kelechi Amadi-Obi.


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Dimeji Alara Officially Resigns as Editor in Chief of Style Mania Magazine

The OnoBello team has receieved an email from Dimeji Alara confirming his resignation from Style Mania Magazine.

OnoBello OnoBello
Dimeji Alara Mania Magazine Last Issue Cover

Dimeji Alara is a Parisian-born Nigerian who has an impressive resume in fashion and has worked internationally with magazines such as Elle, GQ and Glamour. Before horning his skills at Mania he briefly styled for Genevieve, Elan and MADE magazines in Nigeria. He has also worked with international designers in the likes of David Tlale and Craig Jacobs as fashion director.

In the last 3 to 4 years since setting his niche with Mania Magazine, her has made the magazine a fashion favourite among readers. Dimeji Alara has stated personal reasons as his reason for leaving the magazine and we have not yet received any statement from the publisher of the magazine, renowned photographer Kelechi Amadi-Obi.


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