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Heineken Lagos Fashion & Design Week 2016 Day 2: Fruché



Day 2 of the Heineken Lagos Fashion and Design Week has come to a close and here’s your BN Style Runway Recap.

Fruché‘s collection was mostly monochrome with pops of primary colours in three looks, red yellow and blue. The designer also used faux leather, and what looks like plastic bags/nylons as details on the pieces.

See the Collection

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Photo Credits: Kola Oshalusi (Insigna)


  1. Olori

    October 28, 2016 at 8:15 am

    Of course it’s a boy that designed this rubbish. U think women want to wear feminist as f**k

  2. Christian Sister

    October 28, 2016 at 8:50 am

    Lots of hits, and lots of misses. Hard to see the cohesion, and a lot of these looks aren’t flattering to the female form physically.

  3. Ifiii

    October 28, 2016 at 9:28 am

    Who knew we had such creativity! Love it!!!

  4. Jide

    October 28, 2016 at 11:29 am

    it’s a very “angry” collection. Like mentioned above, lots of hits and misses. Great talent here, but would benefit from some quality control.

  5. Jill

    October 29, 2016 at 12:50 am

    All over the place. No cohesion, everything and the kitchen sink. No originality in these LFDW clothes. Clothes look the same from one designer to the next. It is as if they are copying from the same sources. As a result too, so many clothes made are not for our warm weather but for cooler temperatures. Is it snow in in Nigeria? . The designers are copying off the fall runways and we forget that it is hot as heck in Nigeria. How comfortable will it be to wear them? I can understand if this was a few pieces but such a high percentage of each collection. Is it meant straight from air conditioned car to airconditioned building?

    The westerners will tune into our fashion to see new ideas and creations and what do we give them? The replica version of what has already been shown on the New York, Milan and Paris runways. I am yet to have any collection impress me. I also see that most designers left our prints alone, in favour of these chiffon, lace like fabrics. Let’s be original. Serious originality needed. Too many fake designers. People with financial resources at their exposure and think they know a bit about fashion so they call themselves designers.

    No need for insults. Just constructive criticism here.

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