FIVE MOST FASHIONABLE FEMALE CELEBRITIES IN NIGERIA

The Nigerian entertainment industry is not short of styles and uniqueness. Here are five of our most fashionable female celebrities both on and off the red carpet.

 

  1. Linda Ikeji

Nigerian ace blogger, Linda Ikeji can be said to be the queen of Ankara. Although due to her extreme quiet lifestyle and little public appearance, little can be said about her red carpet dress sense, but she’s very elaborate in expressing her fashion styles on her various social media platforms especially on instagram. And what leaves us specially interested is her creativity with Ankara.

 

  1. Genevieve Nnaji

The multi-award winning actress has stood out multiple times in the Nigerian fashion scene a creative selection of clothes that rest perfectly on her glowing skin. Her impeccable makeup also has heads turning towards her direction. She’s indeed a force in the Nigerian fashion scene

 

  1. Rita Dominic

Rita is arguably the queen of the red carpet. No doubt she’s regarded as a fashion icon in the Nigerian entertainment scene. With her impeccable makeup, nice hairdo, and complementary accessories to go with her clothing, she’s always sure to get the paparazzi running after her.

 

  1. Mercy Aigbe-Gentry

This Nigerian actress, director and business woman definitely knows how to cross her ‘T’s and dot her ‘I’s when it comes to fashion. Sometimes, it’s hard to imagine that this flawless 38 year old woman is a mother of three kids. Her fashion sense is nothing short of amazing!

 

  1. Mo Abudu

Nigeria’s media mogul is what you’d refer to as bold, daring, and beautiful. She’s classy and her general fashion appeal is high.

 

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