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BN Red Carpet Fab: 2018 Elite Model Look Nigeria



Rita Dominic

The 2018 Elite Model Look Nigeria competition held over the weekend at Art Twenty One Gallery, Victoria Island, Lagos and  Olivia Edomonu and Nosarumen Awanbor emerged winners out of 1000 boys and girls who tried out for this year.

The winners were not only selected based on their photogenic qualities, their personality, and their natural beauty but also for their potential to correspond to current fashion trends.

The event was attended by several fashionistas and celebrities.
Omawumi, Rita Dominic, OC Ukeje, Mpho Laing, Bryan Okwara, Lanre DaSilva-Ajayi, Sharon Ooja, Udoka Oyeka, Michelle Dede and more were spotted at the event.

The two winners will join other National winners worldwide and will participate in the prestigious Elite Model Look World Final taking place in Europe, with hopes of following in the footsteps of Fei Fei Sun, Ruth Bell, Vittoria Ceretti, Greta Varlese, Benjamin Benedek, Mayowa Nicholas, Victor Ndigwe and Davidson Obennebo all discovered by the Elite Model Look contest and propelled to fame.

See photos from the event below.


Ladies First 

Bola Balogun

Titi Fowora

Bola Balogun, Elizabeth Elohor, Titi Fowora

Elizabeth Elohor

Hauwa Mukan

Lanre DaSilva-Ajayi

Mpho Laing

Latasha Ngwube

Michelle Dede

Sharon Ooja

Ezinne Chinkata

Anto Lecky

Azuka Ogujiuba

Elizabeth Pam

Sister Deborah

Julia Nnenna

Jennifer Ukoh

Adaeze Ekwueme

Nowe Alexis Isibor

Yoanna Pepper Chikezie

Ugochi M. Ihezue

Anita Brows Adetoye

The Gents 

OC Ukeje

Bryan Okwara


Olisa Adibua

Sari Al Ajaj


Efe Tommy

Udoka Oyeka

Sami Sabbarini

Jide Adedeji

Instagram Papparazi 

Tania Omotayo

Toke Makinwa

Ayo van Elmar

Lilian Afegbai

Ojy Okpe

Zina Anumudu

Ezinne Akudo

Annie Idibia

The Models

Winning Moment


Photo Credit: Insigna Media


  1. Lol

    July 17, 2018 at 9:43 am

    Echos of slavery- like meat on slabs, the way the male models were ‘paraded’.

    • Dayo

      July 18, 2018 at 3:55 am

      Petty-minded judgmental Nigerians again!

      @Lol, it’s a freaking HONEST job, and all HONEST labor is dignified. It is no more anchored on the “mere” physical attributes of individuals as track and field, football or other sports. Nonetheless, it is a real industry that bestows HONEST jobs and livelihoods to all manner of people (including supposedly physically less-endowed or even ‘fat’ people), such as designers, buyers, financiers, tailors, suppliers, retailers, journalists, event planners, etc. Not everyone is going to be a ‘Pastor’ living off the tithes of poor, less fortunate citizens. SMH

  2. Sistadebo

    July 17, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    Sister debo is a true reflection of sista debo

  3. Fizzy

    July 18, 2018 at 1:06 am

    Well, if you choose to be a clothes hanger……..

    Toke looking good!

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