Nollywood diva and Amstel Malta ambassador, Genevieve Nnaji brought her movie star appeal to the AMVCA 2015 red carpet. She was dressed in a mustard floor length dress by Elvira Jude. The off-shoulder strap was accessorized with pink jewelry from Seraphina’s Ge and a pink box clutch.
The beautiful mother of two children gave us a reminder of how gorgeous colour blocking can be when done the right way.
The stunning screen siren rocked a purple and yellow flowing dress by House of Dabira. Her outfit was quite simple, yet elegant. Her dress was accompanied with a yellow and red clutch.
Top female media personality, once again brought her dresses to the AMVCA red carpet at Eko Hotel. Known for her well detailed dressing, she was styled by Harvella Styles. Toke Makinwa wore a gorgeous white thigh slit dress by Pastiche Couture.
As simple as she looked on the red carpet, her dress was one of our favourites.
The curvy mother of two children rocked a white dress that showed off her famous curves. The dress featured a knee slit and a low neckline.
Comic actress and Nollywood diva, Funke Akindele, popularly known as Jenifa looked hot on the red carpet. Styled by Yolanda Okereke, Funke Akindele was dressed in a turquoise dress that had the most gorgeous detailing both in front and the back. She accessorized with a nude glittery clutch and a pair of silver earrings.
Instead of the usual flowing and thigh slit dress rocked by her peers, the petite actress, Beverly Naya gave us her own style. She rocked a black Reiss jumpsuit on the red carpet. To accompany her outfit, she wore a gold watch and ring, a black Russel and Bromley clutch and a gold pair of Christian Louboutin heels.
The petite screen goddess and fashion icon, wore a lovely thigh slit dress from top Nigerian fashion brand, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi. She managed to keep it simple with her jewelry and make-up as she opted for a nude lip colour with gold accessories.
The comedian/actor and New Era Award winner at AMVCA 2015, AY rocked a black print blazer and black pants. He was another gentleman who gave us a dapper look.
Nollywood legend and Commissioner, Richard Mofe Damijo was a delight to see on the red carpet. He was dressed in a three-piece suit and velvet bow tie.
Nollywood actor, producer and politician, Desmond Elliot brought his fashion skills with his three-piece suit on the red carpet. His look was complemented with a black velvet bow-tie, a silver brooch and a black and silver watch.
Blossom Chukwujekwu was not only nominated but also went home with the Best Supporting Actor (Drama) award. He rocked a floral jacket and black pants designed by Bosi and Charles.
Comic actor for Ndani TV, Kunle Idowu rocked a Marsala three-piece suit, adding an extra pop of colour with a yellow and black brooch.
He is known for his Frank Donga pink shirt that he was almost not recognized on the red carpet.