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Meet Nigeria’s Women of Vision at Tiffany Amber in Partnership with Diamond Woman




In November 1998, Folake Coker launched Tiffany Amber Nigeria Limited, the first ready-to-wear label in Nigeria, revolutionizing Nigerian fashion and paving the way for the industry we know and love today. Fast forward 15 years and what you have is a luxurious lifestyle brand that transcends the whole of Africa with outstanding global recognition. To celebrate this monumental occasion, The 15th anniversary celebrations kick off in October with the unveiling of the Tiffany Amber,  “Meet Nigeria’s Women of Vision” campaign, in perfect partnership with Diamond Woman – an initiative by Diamond Bank, designed specifically for women, by women, providing women with financial, business and lifestyle advice, helping them to achieve their aspirations.

The campaign features 15 women between the ages of 18-60, showing Tiffany Amber’s multigenerational following. These women have and still are making a mark in their relative fields.

The campaign was officially launched on Saturday, October 11, 2014. Meet the Inspiring Women of Vision:

Adenike Ogunlesi (Founder, Ruff & Tumble)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
Young women always need role models and if we can in the context of our society find women who stand out, who have made a success of whatever it is that they are doing, then I think it is worth doing. It is about time, that Nigerian women are celebrated, are given a pat on the back for all their efforts and the things we are able to do.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
The Tiffany Amber brand captures the essence of the Nigerian woman, the Nigerian woman that is focused, the Nigerian woman that is dynamic, the Nigerian woman that wants success, the Nigerian woman that is not afraid to follow her dreams, whatever it is, at any given time and be the best she can be regardless of whether she is a woman. It is about her performance, what she is able to do, what she brings to the table. The brand captures the strength of the focused Nigerian woman.

Adesuwa Onyenokwe (Publisher, TW Lifestyle Magazine & Host, Seriously Speaking TV Show)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
Tiffany Amber recognizing leading lights, people whose stories will inspire others, to be proud and be better at being women.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
It is feminine without being in your face, it is classic.

Cuppy Otedola (DJ by Night, Student by Day)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
I think it is great because it gives women the opportunity to get their stories heard and also for women to come together to empower ourselves and continue to be inspirations to not only women, but also men.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
From a young age, Tiffany Amber has been a brand that has always had a lot of influence in the Nigerian Fashion Industry, even before I could pick my own clothes, I would see her designs, hear of her stores, and I remember going to her stores and being inspired by it. Seeing all these beautiful designs and overtime we have seen the brand grow and really cement itself in the industry and I definitely think a lot of fashion houses have taken that as a blueprint and Tiffany Amber always has and is at the forefront of the Nigerian Fashion Industry.

Eku Edewor (Actress & Media Personality)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
It is very inspiring and educative. Being in the midst of these women, hearing their stories, has been an educative experience and I hope it would be for others.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
I have always seen the Tiffany Amber brand as pieces that are easy to wear, that are effortless and also very elegant. I have always been familiar with Tiffany Amber pieces because my mum has worn them, and subsequently, I have worn them and one thing I always notice about her work is that it is a classic, it is something that you do not have to think very hard about pulling off and it is very flattering for women regardless of shape. It is an every woman type of brand.

Funke Opeke (Founder & CEO of MainOne Cable Company)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
 It is wonderful to have an initiative that promotes women’s empowerment and entrepreneurship which is very welcome in our society, which is particularly challenged with unemployment, showing women coming along that they can also make it happen.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Glamour. But it also represents what a woman can do. There is a hardworking woman, whose vision is being realized and is putting her brand on the map, putting Nigeria on the map. It signifies accomplishment; it is a brand that I am proud to be affiliated with and proud to be part of their campaign.

Ifeyinwa Ighodalo (Founder & Chief Executive, DO.II Designs)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
I have owned and run my business for as long as I can remember and I have mentored so many young women, who have gone on to start their own businesses, so I am happy about this initiative because it is encouraging young women and realizing the potential in women generally.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Tiffany Amber is a long-standing lifestyle brand; with Tiffany Amber I can find clothes to work, to lounge in, to travel, it’s a one–stop-shop. It’s Creative Director, Folake Coker works tirelessly; she has managed to be creative, be an entrepreneur and to really create a strong brand.

Maryam Augie (Executive Director, AYAHAY Foundation)
maryam augie

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
I think it is a brilliant initiative and it is very inspirational.  All women chosen come from different backgrounds and through this process we have been able to learn something from one another, which makes it very inspiring. I am very inspired by all the women of vision; there is a lot to learn from them as businesswomen, as mothers, as entrepreneurs and as Nigerian women most especially.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Definitely one of the top brands in Nigeria. I think a lot of women should champion what its Creative Director, Folake Coker is doing, because she is unique in her own sense, she is different from the rest and has her own niche which cuts across different ages and sizes. It does not matter where you are from, what you look like, you would surely look glamorous in Tiffany Amber. The brand champions the industry.

Ola Orekunrin (Medical Physician, Managing Director, Flying Doctors, Nigeria)
Dr. Orekunrin

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
It is about empowering women and helping to build powerful, confident women. The brand Tiffany Amber is about powerful women, dressing women in a way that is glamorous, classic, and timeless but is also extremely powerful and beautiful. I think that when you are wearing nice clothing, it gives women a lot of confidence and I think that is one of the challenges that African women face, it is not a crisis of ability, as young girls perform just as well as young boys but when we get to the workplace, we start to suffer this crisis of confidence and I think that the things that we wear, the things that we associate with, the brands that we associate it, do a lot to build that confidence.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Glamorous and Timeless.  Tiffany Amber pieces could have been worn five years ago and could be worn five year from now. The timeless style is something I really admire about the brand.

Olajumoke Oduwole (Lecturer in the Faculty of Law of University of Lagos, Nigeria)
Dr. Oduwole

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
I think it is extremely important to inspire Nigerian women; Nigerian women are fantastic but probably the only people that do not know how fantastic they are! I think Nigerian women are not celebrated enough, African women generally, and it is time to really blow us out of this world, and let us really realize in all facets of life just how important our role really is in society.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Tiffany Amber signifies a new Nigeria; that a young girl can decide that this is what she wants to do and to build it all the way up to a world-renowned brand in 15 short years; it inspires me, it gives me hope, and it shows the power of vision, hard work and drive. Every time I see someone in Tiffany Amber or a Tiffany Amber show, I never get tired of it; every landmark occasion in my life has been in a Tiffany Amber outfit because I love what the brand signifies.

Oluchi Onweagba-Orlandi (International Fashion Model, Producer, Africa’s Next Top Model)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative 
I think it is a great initiative. Women should be supported and empowered.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
To Blossom. Tiffany Amber pieces make you feel like a woman, they make you come alive. Folake as the Creative Director thinks of the environment, of the women she is making her clothes for, which is great. Tiffany Amber pieces are easy to wear. I remember a few years ago, my husband who is a fashion designer in New York said to me if I had to invest in a brand I would invest in Tiffany Amber and when he said that, I was like he must understand something that I don’t because he is also a Fashion Designer.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (Actress & Producer)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
It is an inspiring initiative. It shows the journey of Nigerian women is being followed and the struggles of Nigerian women and what Nigerian women are beginning to become in expressing their confidence, their style, their personality and their indigenous self, their career life, is being recognized. It is about celebrating the Nigerian woman through the Tiffany Amber brand and I think it is fabulous.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
I think the Tiffany Amber brand is strong, it is beautiful, it defines entertainment, and it defines progress. Tiffany Amber is known for style, if I am to sum up her brand into one word I would say elegance, it defines the African woman and what she should be, that’s what I admire about the brand and what it means to me.

Omoyemi Akerele (Creative Director & Founder, StyleHouse & Lagos Fashion & Design Week)

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
It is an amazing initiative. It gives women an opportunity to tell their stories. There are so many people doing extraordinary things in different spheres. It is exciting to be art of a project that is encouraging women to talk about what they do as part of a process in celebrating women.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
When I think Tiffany Amber, I think elegance, timelessness, demure and the woman behind the brand, who woke up one day and decided this is what I am going to do and I am going to do it my may. She has been able to persistently get people to understand that fashion is creative but without the commercial side of fashion, we are playing, for me, that is amazing. I use her as a point of reference constantly when working with designers and other people in the industry.  You have to figure out a way to turn that creativity into clothes that women can buy and that is what the Tiffany Amber brand has been able to do. For any woman to walk into Tiffany Amber and be able to walk out with a piece I call it magic, she calls it fashion!

 Peju Alatise (Mixed-media artist, Painter, Sculptor, and writer)
peju alatise
On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
Nigeria is a third world country, where being a woman is the most difficult thing you can be. Existing as female is difficult. To find an initiative that actually encourages a woman as a fore-bearer of something productive is actually commendable.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
I love Tiffany Amber. The very first filming I had, I went to buy one of their red dresses, the one with the puffy sleeves, and I think I have worn it to every interview. At a point, people were like “Peju this dress is too famous, you have to change it” so I went to get the yellow one. Folake, as the Creative Director of Tiffany Amber, is an artist, because you cannot create what she is creating without having that characteristic that is most pronounced in an artist. She thinks I am intense, I think she is super, super intense and it shows in what she creates.

Uche Majekodunmi (Executive Director, Newton & David Limited)
uche maje
On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
I think it will inspire the large female population; it is a wonderful and original initiative.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
Tiffany Amber remains the only brand that I could walk into their store and pick up a dress without having a prior fitting; if my size is there I throw it on, pick up and go. Tiffany Amber does a whole collection, it is thought through, it is original, and there is creativity.  Tiffany Amber pieces are comfortable, easy to wear, you can dress them up, and you can dress them down.  I love the feel, the fabric and the texture, I feel stylish in Tiffany Amber clothes.

 Uche Pedro (Founder & CEO,

On the Woman of Vision campaign initiative
For me, women are the foundation of our society. Any initiative that decides to support women is taking a step in the right direction. If we look within our African history or within our families, we see that a lot of women have been the propelling forces within the home, they have been the one to pay the school fees, to ensure that the family is in the right place and simultaneously, a lot of these women have also maintained enterprises. So yes we do see a lot of the glamorous women at the top of the career chain, but there are a lot of women, from the women in the market, to even the women who are stay at home moms who make an impact and I commend Tiffany Amber and Diamond Woman for taking this step.

What Tiffany Amber Means to Her
I look at Tiffany Amber a little bit differently from other people. When I was still a teenager, I saw the pictures from the first Tiffany Amber Fashion show and I thought – wow! While in today’s world we see a lot of fashion designers, at that time, Folake really broke the mould; she was a very young woman, she was fearless, she embraced her dream despite opposition from all corners and she did it with style, so for me, whenever I think Tiffany Amber, I think of that fearlessness and I think of that style.

The Women of Vision Campaign is in partnership with Diamond Woman.

Photography: Philip Trimnell Productions
Creative Director: Fauzi Fahm | Opinion Former
Make Up: Bimpe Onakoya for Maybelline NY
Hair: Dark and Lovely
Styling: Tiffany Amber Nigeria Team
Shoes by Florence H Boutique
Project Management: Ijeoma Ndekwu | RedrickPR
BellaNaija is a Media Partner with the Tiffany Amber Women of Vision campaign


  1. Lanre

    October 13, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    Wow, very lovely. I love the theme, selection of women makes sense. Ekuuuuu, my queen, very worthy to be on the list. Im not sure about Omotola but well done ma’am. Peju Alatise pure and rare talent, love all her pieces. I can see dj cuppy is the youngest on the list, she is definitely making a mark in her field, keep at it and you will definitely do better and succeed. Must be hard coming from your background, trying to make it on your own, doing what you love, everyone will criticize you, however don’t quit coz people talk about what they don’t know. Well done Uche Pedro, proud of you and the BN team

    • Yemi

      October 13, 2014 at 8:12 pm

      I know right? Eku deserves to be on the list but how can a woman who practically started with Nollywood when it was nothing to being the third largest movie industry in the world , who has continuously worked as a humanitarian and activist around africa not forgetting the widows makeover with highest most positive comments till date on Bella . Someone even mentioned stephanie! Smh ! … May you be healed of your hatorade … Truly who God bless… Bella congrats JARE

    • tracey

      October 19, 2014 at 3:48 am

      Omotola deserves to be here! She has worked hard and made the time 100 most influential people in the world if that cant speak volumes to you then keep quiet

  2. kk

    October 13, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    Well Done Uche Pedro!!! Excited for you 🙂

  3. EB_Pearls

    October 13, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    WOW! Gorgeous women. Uche u look BEAUTIFUL!

  4. mama ovie

    October 13, 2014 at 2:20 pm

    wow well done bella God bless all the women featured
    madam main one cable, I see you oh
    I feel so proud when I see young women doing great things may God and nature bless us all in our right future endeavors

  5. Tincan

    October 13, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Oh wow, I love this. Well deserved praise to these women. I have followed the stories of Uche Pedro, Ola Orekunrin, Omotola J-E and Nike Ogunlesi and they have inspired/chastised me to no end. Particularly loving the pics of Adesuwa, Maryam (when I grow up, I want to be and look as graceful as you do) Ola, Olajumoke, Oluchi, Omotola and our very own Bella.

  6. Welldone Folake!

    October 13, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    LOVELY!!!…….A page dedicated to some of my favourite Nigerian women….Keep it up ladies you lot inspire me so much….especially my bias Uche Pedro, Eku and Adenike Ogunlesi

  7. AW

    October 13, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    Ah! You don go buy market. Why you go mention Omotola of all people? Get ready for her ninjas to jump on you. I await the backlash, quaking in my boots!

    • Amaka

      October 13, 2014 at 8:02 pm

      Nope… Actually we don’t care about small small hungry frustrated haters .we busy thanking and loving The influential and intelligent people who know her worth! Omotola is #focused #hardworking #blessed #unshakable

  8. [email protected]

    October 13, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    Where’s Mo Abudu? And a DJ? Are you kidding me?

    • Chee

      October 13, 2014 at 2:42 pm

      What’s wrong with a dj? Isn’t it a profession? One that is rising fast in the entertainment industry if i do say so myself. Mo doesn’t have to be on this list if the people who made the pick wanted it that way. The list looks pretty accurate to me. Nothing wrong with a dj, its a career choice and they are surviving very well too. We need to support more and not bash or criticize all the time.

  9. deb

    October 13, 2014 at 2:43 pm

    Where is Madame Nike Okundaye and maybe Joke silva?

    • Gbemmy

      October 13, 2014 at 3:37 pm

      They couldn’t have possibly picked everybody … if we start to mention names of people we think should be on the list .. its endless .. so guess we would have to celebrate with the people that were picked

  10. uju

    October 13, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    OMG see Uche ‘Bella” Pedro!!!!!!!!!!… look exoctic darl, sooo proud of you!!… Omotola Hotness Ekeinde na wa ooo…just when i say you cant get any finer you surprise me…looking fabulous ma’am…congrats to all these inspiring women. I’m definitely learning a handful from y’all

  11. lowe

    October 13, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    i dont see linda ikeji? she is someone alot of people look up to, by hook or crook she has empowered alot of people

    • omotee

      October 13, 2014 at 3:11 pm

      Linda Ikeji? That what happened na? Look at the list of women again and answer your own question. Its not a compilation of people that have pretty cars and wardrobes alone, they are women that have achieved something tangible. There are many other women that could have made the list but Linda? And no, this ain’t about beefs.

    • Ife

      October 13, 2014 at 6:22 pm

      when i saw your comment I wept!

    • Ona

      October 14, 2014 at 4:23 am

      Tah! Linda Money-miss-road Ikeji ke?! Nne there’s a huge difference between popularity/money and Class. Besides, constantly flaunting ur expensive acquisitions in the faces of ur mostly less-fortunate blog visitors under the guise of “inspiration” is not a qualification for being a visionary, or influential.

      I also do not believe that DJ Cuppy has been around or done enough to be on that list. Mo Abudu definitely deserves to be on that list!

  12. Angel

    October 13, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Wow interesting and well deserved selection of women, I ve never really patronized/checked out Tiffany Amber’s collection, so can’t give an opinion on that. But I love women doing big stuffs, so I will say kudos, keep it up. I hope other powerful women that didn’t make this list makes the next one.

  13. Hi

    October 13, 2014 at 3:24 pm

    Wow. Beautiful. Uche Pedro is fierce!!!!! Oluchi; looks regal. She is a supermodel; look at her!!

  14. rita

    October 13, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    my honest opinion
    Replace Eku with toke makinwa
    Replace Uche with Linda Ikeji
    Replace Omotala with Genevieve
    delete cuppy off that damn list! like seriously

    • Rocker chic

      October 14, 2014 at 1:14 am

      IMHO replace you with an eight grader. Will still make more sense. Socialite lover. You obviously love party people…clap for yourself . They celebrating quality here not quantity! Oya zap!

    • Yadah!

      December 16, 2014 at 12:05 pm

      Your Head is there…

  15. yes

    October 13, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    I applaud TAN and so happy my baby girl cuppy is there cute! Congratulations to all women from the hawker in the market to the global CEO, we all deserve to be celebrated.

  16. Man of Vision

    October 13, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    Not bad but hmmmmmmmmmm Dj Cuppy, Oluchi, Eku maybe and Omotola if at all should be replaced by Stephanie Okereke, should not be here but it is Tiffany Amber’s list so we understand if the meaning of vision is not well comprehended. Glad women like Jumoke Oduwole are being celebrated, not all these noise makers here and there we keep hearing about, infact it is an insult she is here with the women I mentioned. Not on the same wave length at all. Mrs Oduwole you inspire me. Lots of ideal women out there to be celebrated but it is fashionvision list so we understand. Ore Check. Peju Check. Adesuwa check but Mo Abudu is more of the woman with Vision for media but I ADORE Adesuwa. Opeke check. Who again?. Ok Uche BN check., Omoyemi check, the rest …Shame an Evelyn Oputu is not even here and NOI. We go manage am sha

  17. kenny Jossy

    October 13, 2014 at 4:02 pm

    Our very own Uche Pedro looking yummy. All the women are looking good, i admire women with substance not just beauty alone and these women definitely great examples. Beauty alone will never work for me, the woman must have something positive going for her before she’s welcome in my little bunker just saying.

  18. mama ovie

    October 13, 2014 at 4:12 pm

    @ OMOTEE
    you don’t expect them to feature two blogger na
    I bet Linda nor go gree carry this news if them put linda them must put stella

  19. mama ovie

    October 13, 2014 at 4:13 pm


  20. Man of Vision

    October 13, 2014 at 4:40 pm

    My colleagues added no even Toyosi Akerele, Ngozi Edozien. Power must change hands in Nigeria o. Women I celebrate you all, every woman on this list is doing something, not different from many other and that counts.

  21. Fred

    October 13, 2014 at 5:22 pm

    The women look absolutely gorgeous.. I do not see anything wrong with the list as all the women r doing great and inspiring people most especially girls/women in their different fields. Bella, do u remember when I said it was omotola on the 11th picture?

  22. toya

    October 13, 2014 at 5:55 pm

    Not sure how dj cuppy or eku edewor got on this list. Where is bola balogun, Betty irabor nimi akinkugbe, alima atta.

  23. Ife

    October 13, 2014 at 6:10 pm

    Is this only for the rich and famous and the well educated set in our society? is this to boost materialism or to support the purpose of womanhood ? Is this for self gratification or is this for community development . My honest answer is I do not know . but I know of some women of vision who have seen and knows what it feels like to have nothing and spent the proceed of the day on their children. I know of some women despite coming from a rich family reach out to other women of vision in various to bring them status quo. I know women of vision who understand what proverbs 31 means and live by it without making a show of it. we respect them , and even if the media doesn’t represent a single one of the lower class in the post , we appreciate them and we call them blessed. cause silently in the corners of their rooms they birth and nuture destinies who emerge to be responsible citizens. Please like I said earlier I’m not against this post , infact I support such but I was just surprised that this post did not represent a certain class of women, when I said a certain class I mean this post doesn’t inspire that poor girl in my community. These ppl seem too afar off. The middle class and poor roman too have vision . Actualisation of vision is not just about possession of wealth , nurturing , responsible and godly children is one. With that nuturing we get an enviable society .

    • Cece

      October 13, 2014 at 11:39 pm

      You are silly

  24. Black Coffee

    October 13, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    I think Omotola should be there and I appreciate the fact that modest but outstanding women are featured. I’m not sure about Eku and Cuppy. They are more like beautiful socialites to me which is fine but not for this list.

  25. Teri

    October 13, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    Some nigerians have issues…………………they complain and talk about everything.

  26. jennifer

    October 13, 2014 at 6:45 pm

    No offense but what has Eku achieved making her worthy of this list? This is a sincere question. I only know her as a TV personality and an actress in the one movie. How does that make her a woman of vision?

  27. Emikay

    October 13, 2014 at 7:54 pm

    I am happy a woman in education got a slot! Instead of wondering why someone was not mentioned why don’t you just celebrate those who were? I think it’s a fantastic initiative. But then I love the Tiffany Amber brand and all Folake Coker had done with it so maybe I am biased.

  28. Bake

    October 13, 2014 at 8:25 pm

    Omotee you are the dumbest person on earth, please what have you achieved in life. I particularly like linda cos she moved from nobody to somebody stop beefing and achieve something in life instead of standing behind your computer and typing. I love all the women on the list God bless you all especially omotola, adenike ogunlesi and my very own ifeyinwa ighodalo

    • benny

      October 13, 2014 at 9:21 pm

      Take this crude LIB language out of here please.

  29. nene

    October 13, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    seems like she just picked her friends/acquaintances. some people are missing and some names shouldn’t be there.

  30. lilly

    October 13, 2014 at 9:10 pm

    yay Uche Pedro 🙂 ^_^

  31. jun

    October 13, 2014 at 9:35 pm

    Not sure how you put DJ cuppy on a list with Omotola, Oluchi who have taken Nigeria’s name beyond borders and dedicated years of impressive work. There needs to be a cohesion of credibility but anyways its Tiffany Amber’s vision. A vision that clearly put someone like DJ Cuppy based on affiliation and politics.

  32. BlueEyed

    October 13, 2014 at 11:25 pm

    Beautiful women. Georgeous dresses. Amazing concept .

  33. @ify_eva

    October 13, 2014 at 11:40 pm

    finally a name and a face to auty Bella….Uche Pedro

  34. Ona

    October 14, 2014 at 4:24 am

    All i see is my beautiful Uche Pedro! Fierce something!

  35. lolaphilips

    October 14, 2014 at 8:39 am

    This over patronage of DJ cuppy is getting irritating.. Why does everything have to do with politics and contacts.. She doesnt qualify to be on that list. I would have loved to seeTaiwo Ajayi- Lycett , Joke Silva, women who have positively impacted the society. What has DJ cuppy contributed!

  36. Miss kedike

    October 14, 2014 at 10:15 am

    All i see is Omotola , omotola , omotola and some more omotola. My God! How can a human be this BREATHTAKING . Omotola you are like fine chocolate been around for all my life but I can’t get enough and still crave you. No actor till date has your FULL. Package! Are you even human?

  37. Peculiar Okafor

    October 14, 2014 at 10:34 am

    Uche Pedro, congratulations. You are an inspiring woman. In a world were crazy and loudness is the new cool. You created a blog with class and finesse ( my colleague and I just discussed this) and possess this aura of effortless class.

    But above all. the opportunities you give people to write, dats a good one.

    To tiffany amber, class is effortless and more than the clothes you wear. Thank you for reminding us of that.

  38. honesty wise

    October 15, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Folake Akindele’s vision is not impressive. I wont take that as Nigerias women of vision. you should have selected women who can be role models: Widows, Women supporting young girls and less priviledged and yet they are striving in this difficult times. Those are real women of vision. its obvious you are looking for close connection and patronage. I am dissapointed – not really.. Nigerians are too materialistic!

  39. Fre

    October 24, 2014 at 11:57 am

    Main One cable is owned by a woman?
    I’m going to cry (good tears), I’m so ‘touched’

  40. Molly

    October 26, 2014 at 6:53 am

    I think a no of people are missing the point, I believe the campaign is women across a certain age group whom one could define as the Tiffany Amber Woman that is her clientele. So you may a top achiever but if your favourite designer is not TA or you never wear her clothes then you wont be here 🙂 k

  41. nnenne

    February 22, 2015 at 1:28 am

    Tiffany Amber is the ish..

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