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Check it Out! Bolanle Olukanni, Anita Brows, Idia Aisien present as Oluchi Orlandi launches Lulu Lingerie’s New Collection



Lulu LingerieLulu Lingerie, Nigeria’s first innerwear store for wholesale distribution and retailing of multi-brand underwear, sleepwear, and intimate apparel for men, women and children, held a private viewing of her new collection on Friday 15th June 2018 at La Brioche.

Oluchi Orlandi, the founder of LuLu Lingerie, hosted 20 beautiful Lagos-based business women to afternoon tea and a private viewing of the new collection.

During the event, they discussed topics ranging from what makes one feel beautiful, to how lingerie empowers women, running a female-owned business in Nigeria, amongst others.

Guests in attendance included: Anita Brows, Afua Osei, Bolanle Olukanni, Bunmi George, Davina Akpuru, Hafymo, Idia Aisien, Rayo Abe, Latasha Ngwube, Nowe Isibor, Omotola Akinyemiju, Sisi Yemmie, Stephanie Obi, Taje Prest, Tannaz Banham, Toyosi Etim, Tuke Morgan, and Wonu Okoye.

To kick off the event, Oluchi stated, “I feel very honoured to be seated amongst great women who are doing amazing work in their various fields, whilst impacting their communities. The reason for this gathering is for the women in this room to connect and celebrate with each other”. The conversation continued with an introduction of each woman, their businesses and causes they are most passionate about.

Whilst the ladies enjoyed their afternoon tea, Oluchi showcased different designs of lingerie from the new collection, talking about fit, materials and price points mentioning that the new collection was tailored to suit “the average Nigerian woman”, there’s a style for everyone.

After the demo, bra consultant, Omotola Akinyemiju spoke to the women about the best and most comfortable bras for your shape and size. #Lulutalks was a great way to usher in the Sip ‘n’ Shop event to launch the new private collection for their esteemed customers. The event took place on Sunday, June 17th at Lulu Lingerie, The Palms Mall, Lekki.

The guests were treated to yummy cocktails and canapes at the event which provided a great atmosphere for shopping and viewing the new collection.

Guests in attendance include Ojy Okpe, Eku Edewor, Leslie Okoye, Anto Lecky, Tutu Adetumbi, Rae Abiriba, Mide Ikuomola, amongst others.

Lulu LingerieLuLu Lingerie offers complimentary services such as bra fittings and product education for each brand represented in the store.

Check out some more photos from the events at #LuluTalks here:

See photos from Sip and Shop event:

You can shop the new collection at Lulu Lingerie stores at The Palms Mall Lekki LAGOS, Novare Mall Sangotedo LAGOS, Jabi Lake Mall Abuja, and Palms Polo Park Mall Enugu.

For more info, check out Lulu Lingerie on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the website.

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  1. Mrs chidukane

    June 21, 2018 at 1:33 pm

    Ojy Okpe looks horrible. What happened? Sheeesh. Why is Oluchi launching in Nigeria? I thought her new country of choice is SA? Rude person. I really dislike her.

    • Anon

      June 21, 2018 at 2:46 pm

      She needs to lose that hair/wig. It made her look older. I wonder if Genevieve travelled and wasn’t able to make it.

    • omomo

      June 21, 2018 at 8:07 pm

      this is more than once I’ve heard about this “rudeness” of the proprietor……. ..that aside i see a lot of innovative business open and in few months shut down for lack of patronage ….is it because we are not open to new things or it doesn’t address our immediate needs

    • Frida

      June 21, 2018 at 10:21 pm

      Are we looking at the same person? I think Ojy looks great. Anyway, beauty as they say is in the eyes of the beholder.

  2. nnenne

    June 21, 2018 at 4:46 pm

    Just be sure to crime proof the locations. Implement practices that hinder people from pilfering like
    Cameras, anti theft alarms on the goods, don’t shop with your bag/bags … have it checked in at the door etc.
    Sad thing is that our people will be yawning for jobs,but when individuals set up businesses, some of us will make sure it does not thrive! They will refuse to nurture it like they are stake holders too. Dude,that job produces your income!
    How can we create jobs when some people have this type of atitude ?.
    The government alone cannot hire everyone. It has not happened any where in the world!
    Yea, be smart.Think ahead of them.

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