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Hi lovelies! You know when it is about promoting enterprise, I am all about attending and sharing. So the #GtbFashionWeekend is here and it is all about promoting enterprise! It is a two day event which will take place at the Landmark Event Center at Water corporation drive oniru Victoria Island Lagos Nigeria on the 12th & 13th of November 2016. The event is  divided into 2 main sessions.
1- The Master Class
2. The Presentation / runway session. The Masterclass schedule is as follows.

The 1st Session - The Master Class
CEO of Zaron Cosmetics, a makeup brand, Oke Maduewesi
Topic: Building a successful Cooperate brand in Nigeria
Time: 12pm - 1pm.

CEO of British fashion council and head organizer of London fashion week Caroline Rush .
Topic: Brand positioning.
Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm .

A renowned international makeup artist Sam Fine
Topic : Makeup Artistry.
Time: 3pm - 4pm

Creative director of Sole Rebel- Bethlehem Alemu.
Topic - The Fashion Entrepreneur.
Time - 5pm - 6pm

Fashion Merchant Bioju Abiola
Topic: Global retailing; myths & realities
Time: 12pm -1pm

Blogger and owner of the most popular international fashion blog Claire Sulmers
Topic: Fashion Blogging
Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Editor of British GQ Dylan Jones
Topic: Content and Commerce
Time: 3pm - 4pm

American Fashion designer and member of the board council of fashion designers of America Tracy Reese
Topic: Growth and Profitability
Time: 5pm - 6pm

To attend any of these sessions, you must have registered online for it. I did and I will be sharing my experience.

The 2nd Session: Presentation and Runway 
All the details are on this flyer.

If you are #LostInLagos or are you a Fashion Enthusiasts, or an Entrepreneur, make sure to attend.


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