On Sunday December 11, 2016 all roads lead to the highly anticipated fashion industry event. Nigeria’s Largest Financial Institution, First Bank of Nigeria is a Solid Gold Sponsor of the 2nd edition of the semi-annual fashion sales and exhibition event tagged Cocktails and Dresses: The Largest Gathering of Made in Africa’s Best taking place in the Fashion Capital of Africa-Lagos this December. The full day shopping rave event is themed “Season’s Greetings: Everything Luxury & Quality Made-In-Africa”.
The Grand Ball Room of the Intercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos will set the perfect stage to showcase the rich and diverse culture and the economic wherewithal Africa has to drive the emergence of a global fashion power and the event space will be transformed into a fashion exhibition gallery. Collections from established African fashion designers and beauty brands such as: Ejiro Amos Tafiri, Trish O’ Couture, Tiannah Styling, Ariaba Jewelry, Divine Endowments, Morin O, Oriki’ , Kui Care, Lily and Taylor, Blingshiki, Miss Lax, Terre Lagos, Emmy, Muji Lagos, Mobos Fashion and many more will be showcased at this luxurious event. Cocktails and Dresses will be hosted by the delectable award winning TV Host Mimi Onalaja. This event is an opportunity to buy high-quality, trendy and affordable fashion and beauty products this yuletide season.
Dressmeoutlet.com the organizers of this luxurious event is also giving out 500 free shopping vouchers redeemable at the venue of the event. Guests will be thrilled with music from the best Disc Jockey, networking opportunities, free items to be won, overflowing cocktails and edible provided by Amarula, Smoothie Queen and Your Delicious Designs and more.
Attendance is FREE + Free drinks to be given to the first 500 attendees proudly sponsored by Distell Nigeria.
First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) is recognized as one of the strongest supporters of the made in Africa movement. FBN is reputable for delivering gold standard of value and excellent-level financial services to customers across Africa.
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