The November Covers Are In! Tiwa Savage, Kinabuti and Omoyemi Akerele All Make Covers

The November Editions Are in!

Lawyer turned stylist & fashion entrepreneur, Omoyemi Akerele (Founder of the Lagos Fashion & Design Week/CEO of Style House Files) is the cover star for Style Mania Magazine‘s annual fashion issue.

According to the Style Mania team;

This edition celebrates the cover girl, Omoyemi Akerele as the Lagos Fashion and Design Week platform clocks five. In this spirit of this celebration, we also celebrate the creatives in the fashion industry who have work relentlessly, passionately and consistently.

We’ve also gone ahead to demystify the fashion industry for the non-fashion crowd. This edition reads like a beginner’s manual for all interested and curious about the possibilities of this trillion-dollar industry.



Photographer: Kelechi Amadi-Obi
Fashion Editor: Godson Ukaegbu
Makeup: Bimpe Onakoya
Hair: Mannix Idam
Dress: Nuraniya

Tiwa Savage graced the cover of Genevieve’s November edition with a black theme as she talks about her difficult pregnancy, the battle with pre-eclampsia, motherhood, her marriage and her music.


tw Magazine featured dynamic duo designers, Kinabuti for its annual fashion issue.

In the issue, the designers, Caterina Bortolussi and Francesca Rosset talk about their Kinabuti journey, their relocation to Nigeria from Italy to start a fashion line, setting up a label with a social purpose in mind, their business strategy which emphasizes the redistribution of wealth and…marriage!


Cover Credits
Photography: Yitschaq Abia
Cover Story: Feyikeni Emmanuel
Cover Outfit: Kinabuti
Stylist: Favor Olugu
Make-up: Morounkunbi Idowu of Makeup by Mz Kaye


Ada Igboanugo

Fashion Enthusiast.

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