MUSIC and MODELS Society

Ten years ago the modelling industry in Nigeria was still largely work-in-progress. The fashion scene, particularly runway on the other hand, was really exciting. Obviously buoyed by the esoteric collections of the likes of Dakova, Zizi Cardow, Frank Osodi, Tiffany Amber and co, names like Marylyn, Ndidi (Alexander), Linda Ikeji, Theodora Dike, Biola Boris, and a few other privileged talents became immensely popular. They were mostly university undergraduates spotted by the fashion designers to showcase their works.

For the inaugural edition of Style Africa magazine, we decided to go for the best, and indeed were extremely lucky to be introduced to Lara Agbeyegbe, an undergraduate of University of Lagos who was at the time regarded as one of the top 3 models in Nigeria and top 10 in Africa. Surprisingly very humble, Lara studied our concept and accepted to be our first cover model without any of the fuss you…

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