SCHICK Magazine | Alexander-Julian hosts Exclusive Fashion Dinner at THE HOUSE in Lagos

ALEXANDER-JULIAN HOSTS EXCLUSIVE FASHION WEEK DINNER AT THE HOUSE IN LAGOS

“Creative content specialist and all-round fashionisto Alexander-Julian Gibbson took some time out to celebrate the start of Lagos Fashion Week 2018 with an exclusive dinner on Thursday night at ‘The House’ in Victoria Island, Lagos. Guests included designers, creatives and press. From menswear fashion influencer Denola Grey, to Nigerian designers Emmy Kasbit and Adebayo Oke-Lawal. Other hand-picked guests included Baingor Joiner, Stephen Tayo, Nigerian musician Falana and documentary photographer Yagazi Emezi. With great food and an amazing ambience, it was a great start to the fashionable week ahead!”

 

Everybody Eats, b.

[THE MIXTAPE]

“A late-night dinner in Lagos.”

by DJ Atracta

download on Apple Music.

 

Condé Nast Traveler IG Takeover - Lagos

 PHOTO BY @BOLA

PHOTO BY @BOLA

Condé Nast Traveler IG Takeover

I took over Condé Nast Traveler’s Instagram account (@cntraveler) to highlight my trip to Lagos, Nigeria. In the story I covered Lagos’ amazing food culture, where to find and buy the latest Nigerian designer pieces, the reigning Nigerian music scene, and all the other fun things to do in the bustling city.

NY Mag // Everywhere and Nowhere | What it’s really like to be black and work in fashion.

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… But Money and Access Trump Talent Every Time

“Class is a major factor in a person of color’s career trajectory. I’ve been so poorly paid that I’ve had to say, “Look, I cannot live like this.” I don’t have parents paying all my bills. In fashion, there’s always this expectation and assumption of privilege.”
—Alexander-Julian Gibbson, editor

read the full article at TheCut.com >>

OkayAfrica // Alexander-Julian Gibbson & Daniel Obasi Team Up for a Stunning Editorial

Alexander-Julian Gibbson & Daniel Obasi Team Up for a Stunning Editorial Featuring 6 Top Nigerian Creatives

Nigerian-American stylist and content creator Alexander-Julian Gibbson returns from his recent trip to his homeland with a fresh editorial featuring six Nigerian creatives you need to know for Coveteur.