Nigerian Music Sensation, Tiwa Savage, Gets Featured on New York Times

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By Victoria Willie

Nigerian music sensation, Tiwa Savage, was featured on New York Times, Monday, September 7.

The music star pulled off two chic looks by two Nigerian fashion designers, Kenneth Ize and Tola Adegbite. She was styled by celebrity stylist, Daniel Obasi.

Savage spoke to New York Times in a feature titled ‘Tiwa Savage, Queen of Afrobeats, Makes a New Start’.

The feature was a promo for her fourth full-length project titled ‘Celia’.

Also in the feature were two beautiful photos taken by ace street style photographer, Stephen Tayo.

The photos were taken at Lagos lifestyle boutique Alára.

For the first look, Savage wore Ize’s oversized Aso-oke suit with frayed hems paired with mismatched pants.

While for the second look, she wore a polka-dot dress from Adegbite’s label, ‘Turfah’, paired with statement earrings and wooden platform heels.

See the dazzling photos below:

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About Victoria B. Willie 81 Articles
Victoria Willie is an Entertainment News Editor with 9News Nigeria. She is a seasoned writer, entrepreneur and a fashion enthusiast who believes in the power of imaginations. She derives pleasure in reading, writing and meeting new people. She also shares style and beauty tips on Svelte Magazine. To contact her privately, send email to

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