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Photographer Romeo Shagba, Make Up Artist Medina Ja’afaru and Stylist Mimi Ogunbowale Collaborate on a Colourful Spring Editorial

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Secure Me_Romeo Shagba_001Photographer Romeo Shagba steps outside his signature dark aesthetic for some colour under the sun with this vibrant Spring campaign that was achieved in collaboration with makeup artist Medina Ja’afaru, stylist Mimi Ogunbowale and models Titilayo Ayorinde and Achonye Chinyere Margaret both represented by Zahara Models.

Speaking on the inspiration behind the editorial titled ‘Secure Me’, Romeo says: “The story plays around with the idea of solitude in companionship, that brief moment of self contemplation while in the company of each other; independence in co-dependency”.

 

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Photographer: Romeo Shagba @romeoshagba
Stylist: Mimi Ogunbowale @el_mirastyling
MakeUp: Medina Ja’afaru @silhouettesbydidijaf
Clothes: Stylists Own
Models: Titilayo Ayorinde Achonye Chinyere Margaret Represented by @zaharamodels

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]

2 Comments

  1. Xtophar

    April 22, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    Did they really have to make these beautiful women look ugly in the name of creativity???

  2. Xtophar

    April 22, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Did they really have to make these beautiful women look ugly in the name of creativity??? I mean I couldn’t even focus on the clothes cuz I kept looking at the gold lips and face of many colours

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