The Polo Avenue Unveils Part 1 of its S/S 2017 Campaign titled ‘PoloMuse’
Fast-rising Fashion Designer, Seyi Mark opens up on how he started his career & more
Ghanaian Menswear Brand, Abrantie The Gentleman releases its ABT '17 Collection titled 'Adehyie'
Christian Louboutin Makes Colour Changing ‘Unicorn Skin’ Boots
Footwear brand, Keexs, launches ‘Ibile’ collection
Tesslo Concepts releases new Menswear Collection titled 'Scissors'
The Arnault Family is Set to Buy Christian Dior for $13 Billion
Minnie Dlamini strips for GQ South Africa May 2017 issue
Tiskies' R-T-W 17 Collection is print perfection
Fashion icons graces NY's Empire State Building for Harper's Bazaar
Plus Size Womenswear Designer, Makioba announces April 2017 Lookbook themed ‘The Body Positivity Issue’
Toyin Lawani’s Son Oluwatenola becomes Payporte’s Youngest Ambassador
The Fashpa Spring Summer ’17 Collection ‘Ophelia’ is a Flower Child’s Wonderland
A Second Chance at Life – Chuks Collins debuts Spring Summer 17 Ready to Wear Collection themed ‘The Journey’
Inspired by the Youthful Spirit of Lagos! Check Out the 'Good Vibes Only' collection from Mr Garbe for GidiFest
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1. Go-slow: When Nigerians say go-slow, they mean congested traffic, which is wrong. The meaning of go-slow in the English dictionary is, a form of industrial action in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down.