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Temi Otedola is the Perfect Muse for Wana Sambo’s “Modern Woman” Campaign Part 2



The Wana Sambo brand is continuing its “Modern Woman” fashion series which started in April with Multimedia Journalist Laila Johnson- Salami. For this campaign, the womenswear brand is collaborating with stylish women who speak to today’s woman.

The Modern Woman part 2 features Fashion and Lifestyle blogger Temi Otedola modeling some of Wana Sambo’s new pieces.

According to the press release:

The Modern Woman (Part 2) collection is titled; “Unapologetically Woman!” and Temi Otedola, or as she is popularly called, JTO, is our star! Temi is a fashion & lifestyle blogger, media personality, content creator and presenter. As a fashion influencer who fused high-end fashion with the best of West African designs, she launched her website in 2014 and has since expressed herself through it. Temi is a magazine contributor, a brand consultant, and brand ambassador.

We designed 3 garments for this collection;

LOOK 1: The JTO Pair: An elegantly fitted feminine cut peplum blouse with a rushed sleeve on the right side (while her left sleeve is left bare) is paired with a flared skirt designed with cascading drapes and front split guaranteed to turn heads when the Wana Sambo Woman walk into any room.

Look 2: The Chizo Pair: An exaggerated bishop collar sleeveless blouse with full flare cascading drapes on one side (from shoulder to bodice) paired with an asymmetric flare skirt.


Look 3: The Oyinkan Dress: She’s a pleated bodice midi-dress with on/off- shoulder asymmetrical sleeves. Her deep V-neckline with a draping side train and a zipper at the back make her a Multifunctional Boss Babe

These garments are feminine, sexy, and unapologetically woman!

See the full lookbook below

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Credits: @wanasambo

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