#LFDW Picks: The Off-Shoulder Trend

Amongst the wild colours, pretty frills, bold cuts and cultured patterns displayed during the Lagos Fashion & Design Week (LFDW) 2015 runway, a reccuring theme with various designers featured the off-shoulder trend securing its place in spring-summer 2016.

From the likes of Ré Bahia, Maki-Oh and Mi-Le, be inspired by how these Afro-centric designers portray the return of the bare shoulders!

Images from LFDW Website | ©Kola Oshalusi (Insigna)

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Funke Adepoju

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Tiffany Amber

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Ré Bahia

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Ré Bahia

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Ré Bahia

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Luvita

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Omilua

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Omilua

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MoFari

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MoFari

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Tiffany Amber

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Mi-Le

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Mi-Le

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Vedel

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Ejiro Amos Tafiri

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Orente Ayaba

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Loza Maleombho

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Loza Maleombho

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Maki Oh

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Titi Bello

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