Tag Archives: Denike

Nigerian Lady Recounts How She Survived A Violent Rape Attack, Shows Off Scars

A Nigerian lady simply identified as Denike on micro-blogging platform, Twitter has recounted how she survived a violent rape attack back in June 2014 which left her body with a severe scars. Sharing photos of the healed injuries she sustained, Denike whyo was living with her sister at the time of the incident explained how she fought her…

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Adire Lounge Shows Off Its Latest Tie & Dye Collection Featuring Akin Faminu And Nikki Anyasi

Following on from its Aro- Ewa collection, Lagos-based label Adire Lounge has continued its “perfect blend for both the old and the new to have congruence” in this lookbook. The collection, according to the brand is “borne out of the belief that being ancient in spirit, yet modern in expression is the perfect scenario to…

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Who Wore It Better? Fashion & Style Sensations, Ozinna & Alero Buttercup In Denike

Hey guys! It’s another time to check out which of our celebs has fashion twin they never knew! We spotted this colourful two-piece ensemble consisting of a fringed skirt and top from emerging Nigerian Fashion Designer, Denike on Ozinna ‘Zina’ Anumudu and Alero Buttercup. UK based Fashion Blogger Alero Buttercup, is a sweet soul. She…

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OB Designer Focus: Adenike Adegboye Of ‘Denike’

As the landscape of the Nigerian fashion industry constantly evolves, we are always on the lookout for emerging designers and talents and Denike ticks every box. Creatively headed by Adenike Adegboye, the emerging womenswear label not only caught the eye of the Lagos Fashion Week organizers but had Adenike chosen as one of the 2018…

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#HeinekenLFW18: Mask Motifs, Aso Oke & Ankara Dominate Denike’s Runway

Denike SS19 Combining Western motifs with traditional Nigerian styling techniques, Denike showcased a comprehensive collection at the just concluded LFW consisting of both simple and dramatic designs. Linking the past to the future, Denike channels Yoruba heroine, Queen Moremi for SS19 by re-imagining her, transported to the 21st century and the wardrobe in which she would navigate our globalized world. The rigidity of aso oke and…

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