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Time for fashion now in Africa, says Naomi Campbell of Jamaican descent

Naturally, 2020 was not a good time for fashion. Naomi Campbell, of Jamaican descent, called it a “green shoot” for fashion at the end of the recently concluded Fashion Week in Lagos, Nigeria, where world-renowned fashion brands are sweating to survive. He said, ‘Here I saw a lot of rising stars. I’m fascinated.’ Naomi Campbell Naomi Campbell travelled to Lagos a few weeks ago to visit the African Sanctuary. This year, it is organised differently to bring young fashion designers around the post-epidemic world under one roof—designers under the age of 30 showcase various designs to virtual audiences. ‘In the past, people had misconceptions about African creativity. But with this event, the young fashionistas of Africa are going to be the stars in the world market,” said Naomi Campbell. The world-famous model believes that young fashion designers will overcome the economic pressure of this year’s epidemic across Africa.

Exterior masks of the stars
Hollywood and Bollywood stars are coming out after all the fashionable masks in this coronation. Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox, actresses of the once-popular TV series ‘Friends’, have been seen wearing blue tie-dyed face masks. Jennifer Aniston also wears a classic black mask. Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox Christine Bell American TV series ‘The Good Place’ actress Kristen Bell’s favourite floral mask.

Jennifer Lopez is seen in a disco ball pink sequin mask. Hollywood and Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra wore a black and white book print mask. She was also seen wearing a denim mask.

Another Oscar-winning Hollywood star, Charlize Theron, prefers a floral mask. Courtney Kardashian prefers a light purple elite mask. Jennifer Lopez Priyanka Chopra musician Lady Gaga wore the ‘Be Yourself’ mask. After wearing a different style of mask, she gave pictures through social media.

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