African Fashion & Design Week 2016: Modela showcases intricate beading on the runway

Modela Couture presented a collection of intricate beading at African Fashion and Design Week 2016 (AFDW 2016)

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The Nigerian designer joined other designers across Africa at the 2016 edition of African Fashion and Design week themed “Be Inspired”. The fashion event hosted by Sika Osei and Uti Nwachukwu, took place on Saturday, October 8th and Sunday, October 9th 2016 at the prestigious Oriental Hotel.

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Nigerian International, multi award-winning designer label, Modela Couture unveiled its latest collection inspired by Edo Royalty with hand arranged special beads ensemble mostly in red, green and blue.

What do you think of the collection?

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  1. Cutielolly
    October 20, 21:58 Reply

    Nice beads but that would definitely not go for any occasion except traditional

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