The Nigerian Student Fashion And Design week is one of the most anticipated fashion event of the year. The event is known for bringing
together young and creative fashion designers from various higher institutions across the country. It is quite amazing to see the huge progress and achievements the event has made since inception as the success stories of many emerging designers in the country can be traced back to NSFDW.

A set of fashion judges are always on ground to select the most creative designers who go home with several consolation prizes. Ejiro Amos-Tafiri, Tewa Onasanya, Kola Kuddus, and Onome Fasan were the judges last year. Hauwa Liman from Bayero University Kano emerged as the most creative designer, while Joy Marie from the Open University coming in as the 1st runner up and Seun Morafa from the University of Lagos emerging as the 2ndrunnerup. Over 2,000 guests attended the two days event.

The organisers have announced August 12th and 13th, 2016 as dates for the 4th edition and we cant wait to see what they have in store for us. We will bring you more updates on the event as things unfold.

For enquiries: +2347031607412, +2347035584960.

IG./Twitter @nsfdweek.

Facebook- www.facebook.com/nsfdweek.

Website: www.nsfdw.com.

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    Things like this attracts my interest, just like project fame and I wish I would watch it live, the sponsors are much though.

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