THE TEXTILE FAIR, LAGOS IS HERE AGAIN

Hello everyone,
Been a while! Like I mentioned in our last post HERE  , the Christmas edition of The Textile Fair, Lagos will be holding on Sunday 6th of December 2015 .

As we all know, The Textile Fair, Lagos is the biggest textile fair in Nigeria and this edition is proudly sponsored by Patrick Ayanski an indigenous textile manufacturing company that has been part of every edition we have had in the past. ( Get more details about their
Brand in this POST)
This edition is going to be much interesting than other editions as Patrick Ayanski will be having a session for interested fabric consultants/shoppers.

Also we will be having a free  gele tying session for interested shoppers by Omoge adunmaradan makeovers

Free party makeup session from Adorned by joy

Free bead making sessions from Ivy Designs

These sessions will take place between 12pm to 2pm.
Its going to be a fun filled event where you can get exquisite fabrics and fashion accessories at the best rates this Christmas.

Come shop every fabric and fashion item on your Christmas shopping lists from our vendors at best prices as you network and get tips to look good from professionals.

Shoppers that makes purchase of N10,000 and above will be able to participate in our usual raffle draw.

Lots of freebies also await shoppers at the event.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR ALL TO ATTEND
So inform everyone and anyone you know and come with your family and friends as you shop unique fabrics and fashion accessories at best prices in a cosy environment with good music and dance.

If you will like to sponsor this event or will like to get our very limited stands to exhibit at the fair, please contact us through any of these means:
Call 08186961269, 07033040834
WhatsApp 0703

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We will also like to say a big thank you to our media sponsors- Bella Naija for their consistent support.

Cheers,
Modupe

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MALE ASO-EBI- ETIBO

I moved to the south-south early this year and one style I notice and love about their men is the etibo native wear.

Most of the men wear this on weekends; to work on Fridays, to church on Sundays and also to parties as aso-ebi .

The etibo native wear is most times made from a plain material that could be mainly cotton or a mix of cotton and polyester .

The etibo style to me is highly sophisticated and has a way of making men have a royal look especially when they add the walking stick to it.

Another accessory to this style is the fedora/pillbox hat (by the way I learnt the hat was inherited from the British slave masters during the slave trade), it makes the style complete for any outing.

Here are some samples of the etibo native wear  from the exquisite peter okoye and lola omotayo’s traditional wedding in Lagos:

 

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The lovely couple – Mr and Mrs okoye

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*photo credit: maestromedia.blogspot.com*

We at TAJ (The Aso-ebi Junkie) wish the okoyes a blissful married life and many more years together.

Modupe