Award winning Nigerian architect Olajumoke Adenowo covers the June 2013 issue of TW Magazine in an all white stylish ensemble.
In this interview with the Nigerian lifestyle publication, she talks about choosing a life of divine purpose, and her passion for helping Nigerians achieve their highest potential through her non-profit foundation Awesome Treasures.
This annual Men’s edition, also features an intimate conversation with Big Brother All Stars winner Uti Nwachukwu. According to the mag, he opens up on how he parlayed his 15 minutes of fame into a successful career in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
There’s also a hilarious feature with funnyman Hafiz Oyetoro, popularly known as Saka who made headlines recently following his lucrative decision to “port” from Etisalat to MTN.
Other must read features include a sit down with Funmi Ladipo (President of Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria – FADAN), celebrity photographer turned musician Toni Tones and music artiste Mr Walz.
In celebration of Father’s Day, four influential men –Victor Olaotan, Ikhane Akhigbe, Alexander Amosu and Lorenz Mbaas give their thoughts on the importance of fatherhood and the role fathers play in raising children.
This month’s fashion section includes 18 pages of lust-worthy, must-have summer looks to titillate both male and female readers. The main fashion spread “Closet Equilibrium” gives you a treat of striking summer menswear and womenswear trends, while the “Practical Girls & Guys Guide” features classic summer inspired fashion and accessories for both men and women to mix and match.
Four stylish ladies also share their take on menswear fashion and how their style choices are influenced by the opposite sex.
This edition also includes regular features on relationships, health, finance and beauty, plus articles to help you live your best, most authentic life.
It is currently available nationwide.
Story: Lola Okusami
Photographer: TY Bello
Stylist: Tayo Shonekan
Make-up: House of Tara
Hair: Aislynn @ Hair Whisperer’s Den
All Outfits: Olajumoke Adenowo’s own