Editorial

TRENTE AVRIL

An editorial of Colours and Mood.

Credit:
Mua @i_y_touch
Hat from @thek.o.m
Muse @praisejane_ in pre-fall 2019 ready to wear
Photography, Art and Direction by @grandview.ng

Muse: @bola_baller_ in couture joseph ejiro

Styling: @fayo_thr

Makeup: @flawlesstouchbymia

Photography: @tosin.junaid

Mua @beat_by_d
Model @_thatprettydarkgirl of @tgq_models

@she_is_betty of @dxcmodelacademy
Fashion styling @joel.eg
Photography @grandview.ng

Olokun (Yoruba: Olókun) is an orisha spirit in Yoruba religion. Olokun is believed to be the parent of Aje, the orisha of great wealth and of the bottom of the ocean. Olokun is revered as the ruler of all bodies of water and for the authority over other water deities. Olokun is highly praised for their ability to give great wealth, health, and prosperity to their followers. Communities in both West Africa and the African diaspora view Olokun variously as female, male, or androgynous.
Crocodiles ate Olosa’s messengers, and may not be molested. They are supposed to bear to the goddess the offerings which the faithful deposit on the shores of the lagoon or throw into the sedge. Some crocodiles, selected by the priests on account of certain marks borne by them, are treated with great veneration; and have rude sheds, thatched with palm leaves, erected for their accommodation near the water’s edge. Food is regularly supplied to these reptiles every fifth day, or festival, and many of them become sufficiently tamed to come for the offering as soon as they see or hear the worshippers gathering on the Lagoon
Mrs Blessing In Custom Couture Joseph Ejiro
2021 in view

Paul Ayihawu’s take on the Akoko rainbow oversize set titled “LOVERBOY”

“EBO MACHI”

“PUSSY SHIRT”

Stylist: @ayomidele_
Photographer: @felixezema
Photo assist @aoj_photography
Model: @the_oluchi

Stylist: @ayomidele_
Photographer: @felixezema
Photo assist @aoj_photography
Model: @the_oluchi

Stylist: @ayomidele_
Photographer: @felixezema
Photo assist @aoj_photography
Model: @the_oluchi