|Reni Folawiyo- Founder and CEO of Alara||Adesua Dozie- Executive counsel, West Africa, for GE|
For the December issue of Style.com,photographer Nick Waplington traveled to Lagos, Nigeria, to shoot some of the city’s most stylish women.
The feature titled “Lagos Rising” is written by Uzoamaka Maduka and centers around “Nigeria as the largest economy in Africa, and growing richer by the day, and bustling Lagos is a city full of moneyed, cosmopolitan fashion consumers.”
|Oluchi Orlandi- Host and head judge of Africa’s Next Top Model||Nike Oshinowo- Former beauty queen|
It is accompanied by a shoot of Lagos most stylish women; Reni Folawiyo– Founder and CEO of Alara, SarataKone– Banker, AdesuaDozie– Executive counsel, West Africa, for GE, TokiniPeterside, Brand consultant, DudunPeterside, Psychologist and executive coach, EkuEdewor– Actress, TemiDollFace– Singer-songwriter, Nana Otedola– Managing director and CEO of Garment Care, OluchiOrlandi– Host and head judge of Africa’s Next Top Model, KavitaChellaram– Auction house owner, Nike Oshinowo– Former beauty queen, Lola Emeruwa,MosunOgunbanjo, Ebi Williams– Broker and TolaAdegbite.
|Ebi Williams- Broker||Eku Edewor|
Also, Reni Folawiyotalks about her ambitious concept store in Lagos- Alara, housed in a landmark structure designed by starchitectDavid Adjaye. The official launch of the store isn’t until April, but in the meantime, Folawiyo elaborated on Alara and about the women in Nick Waplington’s amazing shoot. Click here to read Folawiyo’s interview.
|Kavita Chellaram- Auction house owner||Lola Emeruwa & Mosun Ogunbanjo|
|Sarata Kone||Temi DollFace|
|Tokini Peterside, Brand consultant-Left, Dudun Peterside, Psychologist and executive coach-Right||Tola Adegbite|
|Nana Otedola- Managing director and CEO of Garment Care|