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Sunlight Nigeria definitely brought Colour & Glam to Lagos Fashion Week 2019 + We’ve Photos to Prove it

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The Lagos Fashion Week 2019 ended in grand style. The Fashion week is one of the major events in the African Fashion calendar and in Nigeria. It featured thousands of fashion experts, enthusiasts and media across the continent and had its 9th edition this year from October 23rd – 26th 2019, Sunlight Nigeria was proud to be a part of this year’s edition in an impactful way.

The Sunlight Collection designed by Morenikeji Akinsola of Vathiswabykeji and Chichi Emordi of Zurizola Woman was available for sale at the Sunlight Nigeria experience booth. The booth opened from 10 am – 10 pm to participants, designers and fashion lovers on each day of the fashion week.

Sunlight collaborated with Style House Files, a fashion-focused business development agency, to sponsor the two designers who created and showcased the Sunlight collection at the event. These designers train students in the art of cloth-making throughout the year and Sunlight’s collaboration with these designers was aimed at empowering them to further empower other women.

Fashion lovers got the opportunity to interact with the Sunlight brand in all its glory. Various gifts and packages from the exhibition were given out while people took pictures at the Sunlight booth.

For more information about the Sunlight collection, Follow Sunlight’s journey on Social Media:

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You can also use the hashtag, #StyleBySunlight

About Unilever Ghana and Nigeria

Unilever Ghana Nigeria is where great people, terrific brands and proud traditions converge to meet and satisfy the needs of individuals and their families across both countries. We anticipate the aspirations of our consumers and respond with products and services that are good for them and good for others.

Many of our brands are household names and are very much a part of both Ghana and Nigeria’s history. Some of these include, Lipton, Close Up, Pepsodent, Knorr, Royco, OMO, Sunlight, Lux, Lifebuoy, Geisha, Vaseline, and Pears.

Our commitment to the development of both economies remains resolute. Over the years, we have contributed to the social and economic development of both countries in areas like employment generation & skills development, enhancing local manufacturing, building local capacity for export, creating livelihoods, improving health and wellbeing.

We will continue to add value to Ghana and Nigeria through continued investments and also through social projects that contribute towards making sustainability living a commonplace.

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