Thursday, 5 January 2012


WOOOOW ,Something is about to happen in the city of Lagos,as we all the fashion industry as gone beyond what it used to be so PRETAPORT will be featuring the best African designers with factory-made clothing's sold in finished condition,in different shades and sizes.well the essence PRETAPORT is to give leverage to Africa,s emerging designers to display their ready to wear collections to the fashion if u like to participate contact their office or just logon to their website. Address:
The Lamboghini,
Plot 11, Block 113, Lekki Epe Expressway,
Before 2nd Roundabout, Lekki Lagos,

Telephone:08099921281, 08095478699, 08032936012, 08191864312. 

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2012 is here!
BN Pick Your Fave is back and we have lots of goodies stocked up from the holiday season.
We kick things off with this floor length pink dress by Nigerian design label, House of Nwocha.
The dress has a sexy scooped back, dramatic train and black detailing around the neckline, sleeves and back. When this collection made its lookbook and runway debut, BN commenters wondered how it would translate on the red carpet, now you get to see if it worked or not!

As with many House of Nwocha pieces, this dress from 
the Zion collection enjoyed its red carpet debut when HON designer,
 Ugonna Omeruo rocked it at the Vanguard Allure Style Icon event.
 Ugonna usually goes for bold accessories but on this occasion,
 she kept her look simple with her braided hair accessorized 
with a dainty hair band. Her black clutch and sparkly 
blue sandals completed her look.
The 2011 Dynamix All Youth Awards took place in Lagos 
on the 18th of December 2011. Big Brother Amplified winner
 Karen Igho hosted the event. The dress code
 for the event was basically “short and tight!”
 but Karen did something different by choosing this piece. 
Her black chandelier earrings matched the black detailing 
of the dress while her half-braided side swept hair gave
 her look that youthful edge. Karen completed her look with a pair of platform pumps.
The Dress from House of Nwocha’s “Zion” Collection
So…Pick Your Fave

Peter Okoye and a Lamborghini

Nick Cannon Suffers Kidney Failure

Showbiz Personality, Frank Nero, Dies at 29

TV presenter and popular showbiz personality, Frank Nero, has passed away. The 29yr old, who showed no sign of any illness, slumped and died two days Jan 2nd while at a relative's burial ceremony in his hometown. His cause of death is still unknown. May his soul rest in peace...amen.

FEC members come out of their meeting happy and smiling...Na wa

Members of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), met this morning at the Presidential Villa, to discuss issues relating to the fuel subsidy removal. They came out of the meeting all happy and smiling.hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Fuel Subsidy Removal: Nationwide Strike Begins Monday Jan 9th

The two main labour unions - Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) 
and the Trade Union of Nigeria (TUC), 
declared in a statement yesterday that workers 
will begin an indefinite nationwide strike
 on MondayJanuary 9th, if Government 
does not reverse its sudden decision to remove fuel subsidy.

 All the things you need to do to be comfortable when this strike commences. I hear it will be like nothing we've seen in the past.May God help us all!

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Christians on guard as Muslims pray

During yesterday's #OccupyNigeriaKano protest. This is the kind of Nigeria we want. United!

Omotola Made Amnesty international Ambassador

 Star actress was appointed an ambassador by the world's most popular human rights group, Amnesty International. What they wrote about her on their WEBSITE below...
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde is a leading Nigerian ‘Nollywood’ actress and singer, with a huge fan base across Africa and the Caribbean. Omotola launched Amnesty International’s maternal mortality campaign in Sierra Leone and supports our campaign for freedom of expression.