Olabisi @ Few Models

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Nora Uche @ Beth Models

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Samiko Odunukwe

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Egunsola Temitayo

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Ruth Akele

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Mah Kumba Sissoko

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Clinton Samuel @ T Models

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Henry Orakwue

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Uju Marshall in Style Temple

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Ibukun Sammy @ Isis Models in Grey

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Ifeoma Nwobu

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Mah Kumba Sissoko in Ejiro Amos Tafiri

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Daniel Ajayi @ LED Models in Grey Projects

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Rebecca Fabunmi @ Few Models

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Ibukun Sammy @ Isis Models in Style Temple

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Aduke @ Beth

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Daniel Ajayi @ LED Models in Post Imperial

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Ruth Akele

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Ibukun Sammy @ Isis Models in Re'

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Peter Finn @ Isis Models in Orange Culture

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Uju Marshall

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Chika Emmanuella @ Beth Models in Tsemaye Binitie

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Model in Christie Brown Collection

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Model in Tiffany Amber

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Emanuella Osagie in Tsemaye Binitie

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Anya @ Isis Models in Bridget Awosika

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Kosiso Madukwe @ Zahara Models in Maki Oh

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With its captivating energy and growing presence, Lagos Fashion and Design Week continues to present the best and the brightest that the continent has to offer with designers this year coming from all corners of the globe to present their latest collections for Spring 2018. Seen as a surging model hotbed (both Mayowa Nicholas, Davidson Obennebo, Imade Ogbewi and Elizabeth Ayodele are part of the new wave) it would be negligent to miss what the city has to offer for inspiring new faces. With the help of photographer Kadara Enyeasi, Models.com took an introspective look backstage as models prepared for the big event.

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