All The Best Gele/Headgears At The Movie Premiere Of Chief Daddy


Chief Nike Davies-Okundaye

Nigerians make use of any opportunity to wear headpieces, large turbans, and larger-than-life headgears, so celebrities took full advantage of the “Opulently Nigerian” themed red carpet of Chief Daddy movie premiere.

From Ini Dima-Okojie‘s simple hair beads to Nike Davies-Okundaye‘s sensational blue headgear to Toyin Lawani’s beaded crown, for the first time in any movie premiere, headpieces dominated the red carpet.

Some of these accessories added drama to the look as standalone pieces of art, while others were carefully intertwined with the outfit to elevate the star’s beauty. Out of stars that walked the red carpet, we’ve picked the best headpieces of the night.


Ini Dima-Okojie

The Battleground actress brings a new meaning to the term, “spotlight,” as all eyes turn to her wowing Benin coral hair beads.


Dolapo Oni

The actress cum TV host knotted a gorgeous turban to create a look that you have to look at twice.


Zainab Balogun

The actress took the traditional Yoruba cap to the next level by adding this Aso-oke headwrap also known as Gele.


Toke Makinwa

This headwrap channels dark romance in way that’s mesmerizing.


Beverly Naya

The actress steps out in a gigantic headgear in honor of the fashionable ceremony.


Toyin Lawani

The fashion designer rapper was the queen of our hearts with this rich beaded crown.


Shaffy Bello

Serving mother of the bride vibes, the veteran actress opted for a classy Owanbe Aso Oke headgear.


Mimi Onalaja

This one sided head Aso oke headwrap is very Onalaja and, thus, incredible.


Bisola Aiyeola

The actress was a vision in pink. Complete with a drop-dead-gorgeous facebeat, Bisola stunned with a double wrapped headgear that completed her facial features perfectly.


Linda Ejiofor

The shape of this headgear makes it stand out among the others and complements her facial shape. Amazing right?



Take note: Less is more.

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