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Maju Releases ‘The Maju Style Duo Edit’ Starring Style Superstars – Zina Anumudu, Mimi Onalaja, Dedun Olobayo, Oge Agu, Dodos Uvieghara & more

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BEST FRIENDS - Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe 1

Best Friends – Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe

Fashion store Maju‘s latest edit stars inspiring young Nigerian women who are making strides in their diverse careers.

The Style Edit comes days before their next shopping party on April 17th. Following its normal theme, and staying true to the brand’s celebration of duos – as seen in its Rinnovo & La Sorella campaigns – The Style Duo Edit campaign is made of five pairs:

New Media Women: Oge Agu (Content Creator Kamdora.com) & Nkem Marchie (Actress)

On Screen Divas : Mimi Onalaja (TV Host) & Inidima Okojie, (Actress)

Sisters: Tarmar Awobotu (Top Model) & Folakemi Awobotu (Style Blogger)

Best Friends: Dodos Uvieghara (MUA & Style Blogger) & Tito Akomolafe (Style & Natural Hair Enthusiast)

Creative Consultants: Dedun Olobayo (Founder StyleMeAfrica.com)  & Zina Anumudu (CoFounder, The Style Concierge).

BEST FRIENDS - Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe 2

Best Friends – Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe

BEST FRIENDS - Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe 3

Best Friends – Dodos Uvieghara & Tito Akomolafe

CREATIVE CONSULTANTS - Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo 1

Creative Consultants – Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo

CREATIVE CONSULTANTS - Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo 2

Creative Consultants – Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo

CREATIVE CONSULTANTS - Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo 3

Creative Consultants – Zina Anumudu & Dedun Olobayo

NEW MEDIA WOMEN - Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie 2

New Media Women – Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie

NEW MEDIA WOMEN - Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie 3

New Media Women – Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie

NEW MEDIA WOMEN - Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie 1

New Media Women – Oge Agu & Nkem Marchie

ON SCREEN DIVAS - Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja 1

On Screen Divas – Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja

ON SCREEN DIVAS - Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja 2

On Screen Divas – Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja

ON SCREEN DIVAS - Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja 3

On Screen Divas – Inidima Okojie & Mimi Onalaja

SISTERS - Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu 1

Sisters – Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu

SISTERS - Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu 2

Sisters – Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu

SISTERS - Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu 3

Sisters – Tarmar Awobotu & Folakemi Awobotu

Credits
Clothing: MAJU – @shopmaju
Hair & Make Up: Log Cosmetics – @yemisibamgboye @noticemeakeovas for @l.o.g_cosmetics_ng
Art Direction: Ian Audifferen – @tzarstudios
Photography: Jerrie Rotimi – @jerrie_rotimi

Richard Akuson is founder at The PR Boy a boutique media and press relations agency for fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands with a specialty in raising the overall awareness of a brand, product or image of a company or person. Richard is also a weekly columnist at Bellanaija.com ('On The Catwalk' and 'Collection Conversations'), he's also a party host at The Front Row and a vlogger at Get Pink with Richard . Want to reach out? Follow @richardakuson on Instagram and @richardakuson on Twitter or send an email to [email protected]

25 Comments

  1. Amy

    April 12, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    I love every piece in this collection. Can we buy them online? How can those of us abroad patronize Nigerian designers? @shopmaju

    • Aaarin

      April 12, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      Hi,
      You can check their website. shopmaju.com/. No sure if they ship out of the country though..

  2. Nana

    April 12, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    Tarmar Awobotu looks nice, and I mean this as I cannot stand her. She has the best poses here. Mimi (Omowunmi) forever trying too hard, give it a rest! Tito is a babe, Dodos is gorgeous.

    • Mimi's Voltron

      April 12, 2016 at 3:18 pm

      You don’t have sense for this comment against my Mimi. I was already going to say something after reading “I cannot stand her”. Who cares who you can stand and who you can’t? Audience member. Keep talking rubbish about the people on the stage.

    • Nma

      April 12, 2016 at 6:39 pm

      Mimi’s Voltron, or are you Mimi? You also DO NOT have sense for saying someone doesn’t have sense because you do not agree with the person’s comment. What a dimwit. Smh! In life you certainly will have comments contrary to yours, that you don’t agree with the person/persons doesn’t make them senseless. That being said, I also think she tries too hard!
      Ozinna and Tarmar are hot!

    • Everybody has data these days

      April 12, 2016 at 8:02 pm

      Nma abi Nana I support Mimi’s Voltron! What does tries too hard mean? You kuku sound like you too you don’t have sense.

  3. similicious

    April 12, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    This collection is perfection and the pairs of women really complement each other!

  4. bruno

    April 12, 2016 at 12:39 pm

    rich kids who dont have any talent but want to be famous by all means. biko next.

    • Sharz

      April 12, 2016 at 3:19 pm

      Eeyah work harder so you can be rich too ok? Oh… it’s not you, it’s your parents. Eeyah, encourage them to work harder. Nothing is impossible.

    • Tinuke

      April 12, 2016 at 3:42 pm

      i think you meant to type steal harder.
      as every Nigerian knows hard work is rarely a reflection of wealth

    • Shan

      April 12, 2016 at 6:40 pm

      Not all of them are rich kids, just Ozinna and that’s about it.

  5. BTV

    April 12, 2016 at 12:43 pm

    Inspire ladies? Lool one is a style & natural hair enthusiast. what a shame

    • Labarre

      April 12, 2016 at 3:20 pm

      Gosh… so bitter. Why?

    • BTV

      April 12, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      Bitter? Darling that girl has no job description. He changed the headline as you can see.

  6. Maju & her Minions

    April 12, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    Please chill on the comments, we know you are here, E kaa bo.

  7. Omodolapo

    April 12, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    My fave – Oge Agu and Nkem Marchie, purrrfectionnnnnn

  8. ACE

    April 12, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    Nice collection! Can see myself in some of them

  9. sssss

    April 12, 2016 at 7:00 pm

    why does it look like they are all wearing one wig? Zina,mimi and folakemi

  10. Tosin

    April 12, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    🙂

  11. Ginger

    April 12, 2016 at 9:28 pm

    I really have an eye on those pleated trousers. Problem is, it’s always cheaper to shop here in England than in Nigeria. If I ask now, they’ll tell me it’s 50k. Meanwhile there are fewer high street stores in England that are that expensive, although the average “brand” in Nigeria sells at exorbitant prices
    I get that everyone wants to cater to the high and mighty, but how far do you want to go if you want to be an internationally recognised brand, but you don’t have many reviews nationally (cause only few people ca n afford your clothes, and the ones who do would rather wear AQAQ than a Nigerian brand)

    • Ginger

      April 12, 2016 at 9:30 pm

      Omg I stand VERY corrected! Sorry guys! The pants are only 15k #yasssssssss
      I’m so excited and impressed !

    • Bisodun

      April 12, 2016 at 11:03 pm

      Even london has luxury and high street brands . Shop at the high street brands in Lagos and you’ll find pants less than 50k and leave the people shopping for luxury to buy the more expensive brands – it’s not a problem – just shop the one that works for you and stop complaining

    • Tinu O

      April 13, 2016 at 1:43 am

      We were talking about a general problem wrong with Nigerian brands. Only privilege can make someone talk like this. Yeah we get it, you have money. *ps I wouldn’t buy 50k trousers if they don’t LOOK like they were cost me over £100 (at an exchange rate of N400-£1)

    • Marc Francis of Chelsea

      April 12, 2016 at 11:29 pm

      Even if it is 50k, you think it is easy to be chasing tailors from pillar to post to make one pair of pants you sell for 10k? These high street brand names you guys fling around have MASSIVE production operations in the third world where they make clothes for pennies and make billions in profit. The fact that the second richest man in the world owns Zara should tell you something. Rather than complain about the price, look out for the quality. If someone is retailing their pieces for 50k, look closely at the details and the finishing and decide if they are worth paying such an amount for.

  12. Ginger

    April 13, 2016 at 2:27 am

    Hey BN, could you work on a system where we can unlike posts we liked by mistake? It’s actually annoying. Thanks

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