From the couture house of Beauty and the Feast; Nigeria’s avant garde beauty, fashion and lifestyle exhibition, MORSI PR presents a one day exhibition tagged My Style Factory.  The couture board at MORSI PR is, once again, poised to create an electric ambiance for designers and fashion vendors to display their exotic ranges and for fashion enthusiasts to bask in the aura of the latest trend in fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

My Style Factory is targeted towards getting you to be the best you there is by closely interacting with our facilitators. My Style Factory is also a veritable platform for the exhibition of wares, outfits, accessories, hair pieces, make-up ranges, fabric and everything else in between.

My Style Factory stands out from the crowd of exhibitions as it creates a hands-on training session with professional facilitators. People can shop and learn about an eclectic range of beauty and lifestyle topics which include hair care, skin care, fashion, cooking etc. For the month of July, we have selected three high profile facilitators:

Adenike Ogungbe of Ewar Makeovers (Make-Up Artiste)

Industrious, stunning and absolutely brilliant, Adenike has driven Ewar Makeovers to become one of the top make-up artistes in Nigeria. Ewar is driven by a passion for fashion, glamour, photographic, Bridal/wedding makeup and training of individuals and groups to become beauty consultants. She is unveiling the hidden secrets of the adorning the African head gear at the My Style Factory in a session tagged Gele 101. Interested participants should bring their head gears while coming.

Dr. Vivian Oputa (Skin Therapist)

Dr. Vivian Oputa is a Medical Practitioner and Specialist in Aesthetic Medicine, Surgery and Dermatology. She is the Medical Director of DermaCare Medical Ltd. and Clinical Director of the Clover Medical Company Beverly Hills, USA. She is also an Anti-Aging Medicine Expert. At My Style Factory, she plans to give practical advice on Skin Care with a session tagged Skin Care Beauty.

Bolarinwa Aaron (Gourmet Cook)

The charming 27-year old cook turned geneticist turned cook brings to bear an amazing repository of knowledge and culinary skills. His outfit – Avant Garde Cuisine (AGC) is inspired by art. His cooking draws from a confluence of his experiences to create a unique afro-asian theme. He also teaches and is excited about teaching people how to think like a chef at the My Style Factory Event.

Come learn, splurge and dine without guilt.


For Space Bookings , Call Uche - 08175870672



Sacramento, CA (July 9th, 2012)- Sinem Onabanjo, a prolific writer and photographer writing and capturing the stories and images of contemporary African fashion, is Ladybrille Magazine Woman of the Month July 2012.

The online magazine which celebrated its fifth (5) year anniversary last month, was established to help de-stigmatize the negative images of Africans in the West by exposing its youthful, urban and explosive fashion and entertainment industries to the Western masses, through its influencers.

The Ladybrille ‘Woman of the Month’ is a monthly feature on Ladybrille magazine which celebrates women, locally and internationally, for their brilliant contributions to their communities and society at large.

“A celebration of Sinem Onabanjo and her contributions to Africa, particularly Nigeria’s fashion industry, is long overdue,” said Uduak Oduok, Editor-in-Chief for Ladybrille Magazine. “Everything she does relating to Africa is passionate, inspiring, refreshing and positive. She has a profound respect for how she approaches the African narrative and it is highly commendable especially given that she is a non-African (from Turkey) telling Africa’s stories.”

Onabanjo has been a writer for over a decade writing for a range of UK and other  international publications on topics of fashion and entertainment. She is also the current Editor-in-Chief of Nigerian owned and Lagos based international magazine, FAB. A seasoned photographer and co-owner of a photography business with Suby Onabanjo, her husband, she also recently co-launched  her Public Relations firm, STWOPR , with Suby which caters to Africa’s fashion and entertainment industries.

“As a long-time reader of Ladybrille, I am delighted and honored to be recognized as a Ladybrille Woman amongst so many inspirational others who have preceded me and many more likely to follow after,” said Onabanjo in describing what it feels like to be Ladybrille Woman of the Month for July 2012. “I’d like to thank Uduak Oduok and her team not only for an amazing interview but also for continuing to bring us a fab quality online publication with the latest news covered with highest standards.”

Onabanjo joins the Ladybrille Alumni list of brilliant Women of the Month(s) including Supermodels Iman and Nana Keita, Top Fashion Model & Humanitarian- Gelila Bekele and Project Runway Season 5 Finalist & Fashion Designer Korto Momolu.

Onabanjo’s interview will be published on Friday July 13th, 2012 on the magazine’s website www.ladybrillemag.com.

About Ladybrille Magazine

Founded in 2007 by fashion model, attorney and journalist Uduak Oduok, Ladybrille® Magazine stands as the authority on African fashion and entertainment for the globally conscious style driven American and European woman.

Breaking the mold and trailblazing a path never traveled before, Ladybrille® Magazine is a fusion of WWD, Vogue and ESSENCE with a very distinct African perspective. The magazine has served as a platform for brilliant exclusive and/in-depth interviews for many brilliant personalities, worldwide.The Magazine’s recognition as a pioneer and relevant authority in its niche market has meant media powerhouse like CNN, consulting giant McKinsey and numerous high profile personalities and individuals have sought and/regularly seek it as the authority on all things “Africhic.”
For more information please visit www.ladybrillemag.com



SOS debut in Nigeria with an Exhibition in silverbird galleria on the 20th of July from 10am – 10pm. There would be lots of different vendors with displays of exciting and amazing services, also all SOS products are on display with a 20% discount. Then on the 21st of July, there is a fashion show at the African Bar of the Oriental Hotel from 6pm. The fashion show is strictly by invitation.

SOS is an international clothing line owned by a Nigerian; created in June 2011 to make a difference in style by its desire to break the age barrier in fashion. At the core of SOS clothing is charity and style. It can be best described with two anchor names; sense of style and send out support.

Our brand comes with unique and quality features such as its logo which is distinguished with a queen and king crown for female and male respectively and the quality of the materials used; our sense of style. We are constantly researching to further improve the satisfaction quota of our esteemed customers.

In Nigeria, SOS clothing is signed on as a co-operate partner of SOS children’s village in our effort to send out support. We hope to partner with youth organizations, women care groups and more children organization in the near future.

Charity and Style is our passion.

For further enquiries:

SOS clothing

45 Allen Avenue Ikeja Lagos




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