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International stylist Veronica Ebie-Odeka, CEO of Vane-style, is anything but vain, despite her intimidating role call of celebrity clients, which include Farrah franklin, Tiwa Savage, Adora Oleh, Davido, Waje, Yvonne Nelson, Dolapo Oni,  Dakore, and others. The shrewd and pretty, social image consultant/personal shopper/and  ex model, whose love for fashion is apparent, to the untrained eye, insist that her services ,are for the everyday woman, who needs help with her wardrobe. With over ten year background in print, commercial and high fashion modelling, she has worked alongside celebrity stylist, Cassandra Walker, and assisted her in styling celebrities such as Carmen Elektra, Alicia Keys, Farrah Franklin before setting up solo.  In this exclusive interview with MILLICENT IMADE AREBUN, she bares all


TALL shoes, simply known as high heels, is a fun fearless fashion trend, commonly worn by ladies to make the wearers, taller than their actually height, giving the impression of being stylish.

It is no news, that a beautiful pair of heels can enhance an individual's style attitude, silhouette, gait, and reflect a fine hint of a woman's personality making her look sophisticated and sexy. High heels can make every ensemble look doubly glam, ensuring you garner the attention you deserve.

It was indeed a moment of extreme joy, shock, elation and for some acute disappointment and outraged anger as MOYIN AROWOSHOLA  AND ALVIN DA AFFIN emerged triumphant as winners for the Elite Model Look Nigeria 2012 at the Federal Palace Hotel Lagos Nigeria on last Saturday.

After an intense almost 8weeks of rigorous trainings, rehearsals and nail biting tension , the 20 finalist for the 2012 Elite Model Look Nigeria (EMLN) last Saturday , finally got their chance to strut their stuff, and fight for the chance to join other finalist the world over in Shengai China, to become a world Elite supermodel like Naomi Campbell and Tara Banks.

JUST like the Ankara, the lace fabric that made it debut to the fashion world in the 16th century, has once again taken a chunk of the trends fashion chart for itself. The lace though popular in European fashion, was only fashionable in the Nigerian fashion world as traditional wear, made in flamboyant designs, and worn, almost exclusively to tradition oriented  or religious gatherings. 

The Armani  Exhibition  Collection:  Eccentricity  twined in  fashion and  design.

BEING different is what sparks creativity. Having ideas that are different from the norm, from the conventional    ideas that open up unexpected spaces and new paths for one's journey.
Thus, Giorgio Armani the purist, Giorgio Armani the meticulous designer, who in show rehearsals takes away from a dress and then takes away some more until reaching a purity of form, Giorgio Armani the minimalist, reveals through this exhibition of dresses and accessories from 1985 to present a fantastical aesthetic, an extravagant vision that appears to transform the very essence of things.

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