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Stephanie Linus & more Fashionistas as Ethnic.ng Launches at the 2016 Africa Fashion Week Nigeria

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The highly anticipated launch of Ethnic.ng was held at the just concluded 2016 African Fashion Week Nigeria (AFWN) exhibition, at the Eko hotels and suites, Victoria Island in Lagos.

The event tagged, ‘Shop and Wine; The Tech Style’ was exciting as fashion enthusiasts, bloggers and shoppers trooped to the Ethnic booth during the exhibition for a wonderful experience.

Creative director of Ethnic.ng, Cleopatra Robinson with Stephanie Okereke-Linus,

Creative director of Ethnic.ng, Cleopatra Robinson with Stephanie Linus

Present at the booth were Abiola Aloba of Maestro Media and co-organizer of AFWN 2016, actress and producer Stephanie Linus, the sensational Wofaifada, Brenda Ataga, J. Eze Iloakasia of Elysium Global Resources, Bakare O. Bamidele of Naij.com among other notable guests.

Guests were shown how easy it is to shop online on the Ethnic website and there were other exciting activities, fun treats, exotic drinks and photo sessions.

Ethnic.ng is an online shopping hub for culturally centered products sourced from heritage from all over the world. According to the creative director, Cleopatra Robinson:

Ethnic.ng was born out of the love and need to showcase and promote heritage. We believe in the uniqueness and diversity of the various cultures around the world and want to be able to showcase items that are inspired from the several beautiful cultures around the world. We stock homogenous culturally centered items from fashion to home fittings and accessories to lifestyle products. Ethnic aims to have something to interest everyone, anywhere, anytime. Ethnic wants to be the Google for homogenous cultural products and services. We want to do this by sourcing from the very best, creative, innovative and quality products from around the world.

We encourage manufacturers of such products to join the Ethnic community and become a vendor by simply sending an email to [email protected] or call 09091111154.

Visit www.ethnic.ng to order or call 09091111153. For more info, follow us on Twitter and Instagram @Ethnic.ng.

See more photos from the event here:

Items on Display:

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Abiola Aloba

Abiola Aloba

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Kunbi of Ebonylife TV

Kunbi of Ebonylife TV

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An “Ethnic” Experience
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3 Comments

  1. BLEACH

    July 17, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    OMG!! all these women bleached out.. JESUS!!

  2. hezekina pollutina

    July 17, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    what does ethnic mean in a place like nigeria: 250+ ethnicities….i see nothing specific to nigerian ethnicities in the style here – just generic would-be african with dutch or indian printed cloth. in other words, the branding needs a rethink here, sincerely….

  3. Joke

    July 17, 2016 at 10:54 pm

    That’s Lagos for you. Bleachers abound. Fake hair too. As for me I don’t care what people do to their bodies, I just wish the products they use are made in Nigeria so at least people that look like us benefit fully from the businesses they support. Thank you oh. I thought the name ethnic is weird, but you know us, we often want to come across as being so westernized…

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