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BN Style presents #AMVCA2017 Style Predictions by Denola Grey




Denola Grey

Everyone is talking about the AMVCA, that is set to hold tomorrow, even style expert Denola Grey is getting in on the train. Being a familiar face on the red carpet, Mr Grey’s predictions are definitely ones to watch out for. Coming correct with his own appearance all the time.

Here are 5 things Denola has to say about AMVCA


Ejiro Amos Tafiri

What colors do you think will be dominant on the Red Carpet this year?

I think this year for the men, plum, purple, royal navy and of course black will dominate the red carpet. For the women: nude tones and reds.

What trends should we look out for this year after the fashion season?

I expect the women to be more daring and the men to indulge in bolder colors. There will certainly be cutouts and trains. There will also be an interplay of sheer fabric and velvet or satin.


Osas Ighodaro Ajibade in Toju Foyeh

Eku Edewor in Tsemaye Binitie

What have been your favourite AMVCA looks in the past?

I loved Osas Ajibade in Toju Foyeh and Eku Edewor in Tsemaye Binitie last year. I also really Liked Ubi Franklin’s tuxedo by Taryor Gabriels and I think RMD looked amazing as well.

What are some things you do/don’t want to see on the Red Carpet this year?

  • I don’t want to see any gaudy ball gowns and cheap fabrics.
  • I would love to see more traditionally regal outfits on the women and reinvented dapper looks on the men

Ubi Franklin in Taryor Gabriels



Denola is always a stunner, and there is no doubt he will be bringing his A-game to the AMVCA 2017 red carpet.

Photo Credit: Denola Grey, Ejiro Amos Tafiri

1 Comment


    March 3, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    No ABK or Bridget Awosika or even Mai? I have noticed we don’t really follow colour trends, but Denola, you might be up to something.

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