Celebrity stylist and designer Jane Michael Ekanem officially begins the School of Styling Lagos to provide styling education for budding stylists.
Starting off last weekend at the Jane Michael Studio in Lagos, the fashion entrepreneur tutored students in Basics of Styling, Ethics of Styling, Skill of Improvisation, Business of Styling, and a Practical Session as part of an Intensive Fashion Styling Certification Course to kick off the school’s maiden season of styling classes.
The practical session of the Intensive Fashion Styling Course involved a 3-step project that culminated in the students styling celebrities Bolanle Olukanni, Aderonke Adefalujo (Rhonke Fella) and Okiemute Ighorodje as their respective muses.
According to Jane Michael ‘’For the longest time during my earlier years as a stylist, I had always wished there would have been some form of training I could have benefited from. As my skill and appreciation for my craft grew, it became paramount that I create a center of learning that can properly guide young styling creatives to achieving their dream of starting fashion conversations through proper selection and arrangement of fashion pieces. It is our hope that by employing industry experience through professional educators in guiding a stylist’s dream, we can foster every student’s distinctive style nature, educating them on how to challenge set patterns and define the future of fashion styling’
The profile of the School of Styling Lagos aptly describes it as the fashion school for style visionaries. A truly modern styling institute that tailors learning in accordance with the interests and needs of each student who is enthusiastic about fashion styling. Through innovative practical approach across all channels of learning, the School of Styling operates with a goal to nurture budding and already existing styling careers to create a movement of skilled style professionals, from Africa to the world.
School of Styling will run seasonally taking on a limited number of students to ensure effective tutoring and hands-on practical training in an elaborate styling curriculum.
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You can visit the school website on http://www.schoolofstyling.com.ng/
Theme: The Afro-Grecian Look
Muse: Okiemute Ighorodje @theokiemute
Student Stylists: Ojeme Eva @dru_jaeger
Funmi Sanda @flakeebob
Obajimi Adura @adoorah__
Edobor Faith @faithiyosayiedobor
Ihekuna Oluchukwu @oluchi_i
Makeup: Elizabeth @charmcastaa
Theme: Afro Urban Look With A Twist of Pop Culture
Muse: Bolanle Olukanni @bolinto
Student Stylists: Akomolafe Ifedotun @dottiewyne
Udeme Asian @udeme_
Omoloye Esther @cutetutu2
Okafor Kosiso @khossie_o
Makeup: Adaora Lilian Okoli @cutisbytinastpatrick
Theme: Sex & The City
Muse: Aderonke Adefalujo @therealrhonkefella
Student Stylists: Eric Nwankwo @erykbarbz
Okafor Ifeoma @theifeoma
Toro Adedeji @jeshusare
Olamide Rufai @orlamideh
Obiajulu Unokiwedi @ms_obiajulu
Makeup: Aderonke Adefalujo @rhonkefellamakeover
Dean of Faculty: Jane Michael Ekanem @janemichaelekanem
Styling Assistant: Chinonso Raymond @chinonsoraymond
Brand Manager: Justin Ukaegbu @just.inlagos
Brand Strategist: Bolaji Ajayi @b2datj
Content Creator: Nanya Konwea @theladychief1
Photography: Ayodeji Praise @praiz32
Video: Somto Onubogu @schucksmedia