With plans to sell over 20,000 products in one fully-packed, entertaining day, the countdown is on for the next Cocktails & Dresses event
, Africa’s Greatest Retail Experience, set to hold on Sunday, December 10th
, 2017 at the luxurious Intercontinental Lagos.
The line-up of over 50 brands retailing their latest products and services at this upcoming entertainment edition, is very impressive. Fashion Brands include The Muse Factory, Fabrique Africa, Yeenkas Designs, Amakaa, Chrisabella Creations, House of Rev, FIA, Zizi Cardow, House of Nini, Morin O, Diva Essentials, The Ladymaker, Haute Fabrics NG and Beauty Brands include Botanic Fusion, HoneyPot, Hair International, Vickies’ Hair and several others. The full list of designers and brands can be viewed at www.Dressmeoutlet.com/cocktailsanddresses
This year’s entertainment edition of Cocktails and Dresses,
also has a very good line-up of notable personalities set to grace the event such as Commissioner Dayo Adeneye of Ogun State, Commissioner Babatunde Durosinmi Etti of Lagos State, Prince Olusegun Aremo of The Oniru Royal Family & Beach Resorts, Oba Saheed Elegushi of The Elegushi Royal Family & Beach Resorts, Ifeyinwa Ighodalo of Women in Management, Business & Public Service (WIMBIZ) and many others. Notable performers at the event include Jeff from Project Fame Africa, Naya Rhythm, Consultant turned Singer, Temi the Talented Poet and Frosty. Hosts include Big Brother Africa’s ThinTallTony, Amanda from Ebonylife TV, Bridget Chigbufue and Eso Okolocha. The runway show with immaculate designs from 10 designers will feature live auctions during and after the show.
Cocktails & Dresses is open to attend for all shoppers and Africa-enthusiasts. Attendance at Cocktails & Dresses is FREE with FREE drinks from Amarula. 50% off discount shopping cards to all attendees who arrive before 1 pm. Too many reasons to not miss out on Africa’s Greatest Retail Experience. Live at the Grand Rooftop of Intercontinental Hotel Lagos on Sunday, December 10th
You might also like:
This article was first published on 7th December 2017