Sunday, February 13, 2011


“These are exciting times in the Nigerian world of fashion as the renowned Liam Fashion Agency collaborates  with the Nigerian design house Zebra. The collection which is titled Love.Work.Fashion is an amalgamation of three important faucets of the modern day woman’s life. The fusion of the power outfits and high fashion is very evident in these stunning images and of course the season for lover’s is paid homage too, by the red soles of the Christian Louboutin shoes.

It’s also the first time a Nigerian stylist has merged with an indigenous designer to create a collection. Lilian Unachukwu, the fashion mogulette behind LFA has striven to show that a stylist’s job is beyond just picking out clothes but has taken it step further by offering a total  style package inclusive of  makeup, hair , accessorising and personal shopping services. The shoot features Lilian herself and the ace photographer Eleanor Goodey who shot the images. The stylish pieces, will be stocked exclusively at any of the Liam Fashion Agency boutiques.”


  1. i'm sorry but the pic were they all bend their legs to show the red soles was rather tacky, a styling agency should focus on showcasing how they use pieces to create a statement, not put together the latest designer, was not at all impressed by the styling

  2. I have to agree with Anon.
    There were nuggets of good things here and there (see gorgy location and Loubies, lol) but as a project, it just did not come together cohesively. The styling and photography were pretty bad. I just don't get it. So weird.


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