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07.10.2019 Celebrity

See Tiwa Savage's Skin-tight Outfit To Design Fashion Africa

By Nollywood Gists
See Tiwa Savage's Skin-tight Outfit To Design Fashion Africa
LISTEN OCT 7, 2019

Last night, Tiwa Savage, once again stunned us with a skin tight outfit to Design Fashion Africa.

The outfit which is a white line all over moon top and legging from French designer, Marrie Serre's Fall 2019 Radiation Collection was paired perfectly with a Versace necklace showing every single one of her curves.

With recent posts on social media reminding us why she's still the hottest female artist in Africa, Tiwa Savage, yesterday killed the Design Fashion Africa stage.

Social media was abuzz, last night, thanks to photos of top celebrities arriving Eko Hotel, Lagos for Design Fashion Africa. First Lady of Lagos State, Dr Mrs Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, Toke Makinwa, Idia Aisien, Kunbi Oyelese, and other fashion lovers, were the first set of celebrities to start a frenzy with photos showing them all stunning in very beautiful pieces from different designers.

Eko Hotel was a beehive as everyone was there to witness the introduction of new fashion designers to the runway.

These young budding designers, who recently completed an intense journey through the Design Fashion Africa initiative, showcased alongside other big Africa fashion designers.

The Design Fashion Africa showcase, in partnership with international premium brand, Heineken, is the final piece of the puzzle, as the initiative looks to expose more upcoming fashion designers to a world of opportunities and help them commercialize their talent.

Already, the program had run an online challenge offering entrants an opportunity to learn from some of the very best in the fashion business and even showcase to a wide range of guests who were at the DFA Marketplace.

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