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Skirt & blouse by Nigerian fashion house, Rukky Simone.

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Self designed jumpsuit made from ankara fabric, bought at Balogun Market, Lagos, Nigeria.

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Bag by Nigerian designer, Zashadu. Dress fabric bought at Balogun Market, Lagos, Nigeria.

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Head wrap of ankara fabric bought in Lagos.

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Wrapper & top by Nigerian designer, Itunu.

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Shorts by Nigerian label, Jewel by Lisa.

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Dress by Stella Jean & head wrap of ankara bought at Nsukka Market.

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Bag by Nigerian designer, Obsidian and trousers are self designed & made in Lagos.

Throughout the month of March, Vogue UK is featuring Nigerian feminist, novelist and short story writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s fantastic sense of style on their website’s ‘Today I’m Wearing’ column. Pleasingly, her wardrobe hosts a plethora of Nigerian fashion, as shown above, to compliment the global brands she also wears! The focus on Adichie is set to continue for the rest of March, so to keep with this fashionist’s sense of style, click here!

Source: Vogue UK.

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