Fashion, Celebrity Gist

Nigerian Music Stars: Investing In Liabilities Or Assets?

Before hip hop came into full limelight in Nigeria, a little over a decade ago, different styles of music including Afro, Juju, Fuji, and Highlife were created locally and it brought fame and fortune to many of the artists. The old music legends recorded remarkable hits but most of them lived modestly as their kind of music does not sermonise endless noticeable spending. Those who could afford it, built one or two houses and own regular cars; not huge mansions and glittering wonders-on-wheel.

The Business Of Fashion: Challenges, Opportunities

Fashion scenes and activities in Nigeria may be slow in growth, but the enthusiastic stylish people, mostly Nigerian designers with awesome creative minds are gradually adding pace to the growth.

With efforts of fashionistas, modeling agencies, tailors, fashion schools and style magazines, the couture industry is improving daily with good percentage of the Nigerian population spending more on fashion and accessories.

Nigerian Soccer Idols: Where Their Monies Are

All over the world sports personalities are some of the most flamboyant people. With fat weekly wages in football and mouth watering prize monies in golf and tennis tournaments to mention a few, sports people over the years have become major players in economies across the world with their investments either in assets or liabilities.

Nigerian Designer Labels: Braving The Odds

All over the various cities in the country, bright and colourful boutique punctuate every major road. They parade tempting attires form the biggest labels in the US, UK, Italy and France. Even the African celebrities show off with these labels and promote them more than ours. None the less, the country has witnessed a growth in its fashion industry, houte couture wise.