And the Winners are…Here are your best dressed at the star studded Bling Lagosians Premiere

The grand premier of the highly anticipated movie “The Bling Lagosians” was held Sunday, 16th of June 2019 at the Film House Cinema, Lekki, Lagos.

The red carpet had stars glammed up to the nines, with a variety of looks; as anticipated, the premiere was littered with show stoppers. Talk about making an entrance, this red carpet would definitely go down as legendary in the fashion circles.

Guests trouped the red carpet with a variety of fiery looks as well as exaggerated and fun fashion pieces.  The dress code for the glamorous night was “Eko for Show,” and as we know if it’s not over the top, its not EKO! With a total prize money of N1 Million naira, for the most quintessential red carpet look.

The individuals who took the prize money went home with N500, 000 (Daala Oruwari and Teni Oluwo)  while the first and second runner up will get N350, 000 and N150, 000 respectively. Designer

The movie was met with raving reviews, the general consensus was that this is the best Nollywood movie released of (2019), with intricacies that run deep and with a well-paced out story line filled with lessons.  The Director, Bolanle Austen Peters’  generosity to the cast was boundless. Although laced with humour, and some exceptionally funny moments, the movie deals with serious subject matters that will leave viewers thinking twice about Lagos party lifestyle as well as giving a deeper insight into the Lagos elite’s lifestyle.

Teni Oluwo

“In telling this story, it was important that we learnt lessons. In doing the Bling Lagosians, I observed certain things in our society and I decided to tell the story, a relatable story, that people would see and recognise this is the real us. This story is like a mirror, so we can look at ourselves in a mirror and see the flaws. This is a story of deceit, lust, love, greed, passion, it’s a story of excess’ but with reedeming qualities,” Director Bolanle Austen Peters said about the movie.

Beverly Naya, 2nd Prize Winner

Celebrities that made striking statements on the red carpet included honourable mentions are Osas Ighodaro-Ajibade in Toju Foyeh, Anto Lecky in Bibi Lawrence and Sharon Ooja in a show-stopping look from Somo by Somo, Alex Ekubo, Idia Aisien, Linda Ejiofor, Linda Osifo, Ini Idia Okojie, Taje Prest, Gbenga Titiloye, Bam Bam and more.

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