Movie premieres are one of the most common venues for celebrities to show off their outfits in various ways and with Nollywood now using cinemas as major part of its distribution, premieres have become a regular event.
There are great varieties of dress at movie premieres, depending on where the premiere is held. In some cases, the outfit may be semi-formal, cocktail party attire, or a color theme in which celebrities are expected to style their dress in a variety of ways while keeping the colour theme constant. Although some attendees ignore the themes and dress anyway they like, others dressed according to the color code, and they should be commended for it. Aside from looking beautiful, movie premieres are a great way for celebrities to reconnect with people they worked with and reintroduce themselves to as many people as possible.
Few days ago, the premiere of the sequel to Toyin Abraham’s award-winning movie was held to coincide with her birthday. The event had in attendance several celebrities and media personalities who graced the occasion in the purple-themed colour dress code. They all looked gorgeous in their outfit and it was obvious their stylist did a perfect job. While some wore Ankara, others used different materials that were customized but they all graced the occasion with the purple-themed colour dress code.
Celebrities are not frequently seen wearing similar outfit, but when they do, we take notice. Several celebrities, Diane, Stephanie coker, Tacha and others were spotted in the premiere wearing a particular colour themed outfit and so we decided to see who made the best style out of it. Below are lovely outfits they wore.
2. Stephanie coker3. Osas Ighadoro
5. Lilly Afe
6. Sharon Ooja
8. Bolanle Olukannyi9. Nkechi Blessing
10. Toyin Abraham11. Diane
12. Juliet Ibrahim13. Cece
14. Etinosa15. Kehinde Bankole16. Lucy
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