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Good day peeps, I ought to have done this post earlier, but am still basking in the excitement of the fun I had over the weekend and sampling all of the stuffs I got from the LPM *grinning*. Sure you’re wondering what this LPM is all about
Now cut to the chase, I will tell you. The LPM is an abbreviation of the French word ‘Le Petit Marche’ meaning ‘The Small Market’ in English language. It’s a monthly market which takes place in Lagos Nigeria on the last Sunday of every month; it was created by the duo of Isoken Ogiemwonyi and Wonuola Odunsi. It’s a fashion and lifestyle market founded in 2009, where vendors can rent a small space in the area where the LPM would take place and buyers would shop at a discounted rate.
The 2013 july edition took place on the 28 of july 2013, at the Imperial Place Victoria Island Lagos, and this month’s edition was tagged “discover accessories” I was there to get really good stuffs at discounted prices
Photos and scoop


Broaches by wonu ohio's style

 on my way to the LPM

jewelry by wonu ohio

 Handmade ankara stationaries by Nene, CEO of Handmade in Africa HMA



the jewelries i got from Y-Craig

my shopping card for the raffle draw & the paper pen gift i got from Nene

Some call it the shopping fair or shopping extravaganza, I call it one of the fast rising fashion, sales and networking event in lagos. Follow this link for all the information you would be needing

Another way i rocked my pink top in a different short, to another casual hangout. 


  1. I love the handcrafted stationaries I love the jewelleries. I love the brooch. I love the pen I love d outfit infact, I love everything plus d blogger. So not missing d event this monthend.

  2. Everything I see here is so charming especially the blogger and that jelwery from wonu ohio. Feeling like not missing the one coming up this month. Ujulity what do u think*********

  3. I love you too chiz *it would be nice to have you with me, to help me take photographs *laughs* but seriously to enjoy your company, we could go with Nutri Rolls if you know what I mean *smiles* Chika I so want to for you to come to Lagos. I miss you so much chikintus.

  4. Yeah yeah.... I know what u mean. Wink wink.


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