A video has since gone viral on social media and it captures the moment a man was spotted wearing a pair of what appears to be a fake designer brand.
When it comes to fashion, there are different types of people: those who love and can afford original designer items, those who don't care for them, and those who love but can't afford original brands and so go for the fake ones.
This appears to be the case for a man whose feet have since gone viral for being adorned with a pair of white slides of an interesting make.
In the video, the brand of the white slides with high platforms is seen to be 'Diao' - an imitation of the luxury brand, Christian Dior.
Watch the video below:
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"Na Wetin he fit afford he wear ."
"Diao na your mate?"
"Na made in China."
" Ava boys don come again."
"Diao is a newer designer please."
"Aba people looking at you right now."
"But that could be a new brand sha."
"Una for kuku write Bella CIAO."
Man rocks interesting agbada look
Earlier making the waves on social media was a video of a man rocking an eye-catching and interesting garb that left tongues wagging.
When it comes to fashion and style, the list of things to get creative with seems endless and this recent video is clear proof of that.
In the video, a man is seen strolling majestically amongst people, sporting an agbada with a red cap.
However, his agbada isn't just a regular one but one made from a fabric strongly resembling the one used in making plastic straw sleeping mats.
Lady tattoos baby hair
Whether they're swooped to the side or sculpted into curlicues, baby hairs are a cute detail that can be the cherry on top of a style.
With so many creative ways to lay them down, finessing your edges have come a long way. However, it appears another whole new level has been unlocked - albeit bizarre.
Instagram blogger, @thetattleroomng, recently shared photos of a lady who got her baby hairs 'installed'.
However, while baby hairs are mostly natural hairs or from the weave installed, hers were totally different - and made of ink.