AMVCA Should Make Dress Code Strictly Traditional: Style Consultant Says, Tags Show 'Met Gala Wannabe'

AMVCA Should Make Dress Code Strictly Traditional: Style Consultant Says, Tags Show 'Met Gala Wannabe'

  • A Nigerian image consultant identified as Uche has taken to social media to share his two cents about the AMVCA
  • According to a post put up, he pointed out that the AMVCA was becoming a “wanna be Met Gala”
  • Uche went on to suggest that organisers of the show enforce a strictly traditional attire affair to promote African heritage globally

The African Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards has certainly given people loads of things to talk about.

An image consultant, Uche, is particularly interested in the kinds of outfits celebrities rocked to this year's event.

Photos of Uche and AMVCA logo.
The stylist tagged the show a 'Met Gala wannabe'. Credit: @uchennaji, @amcchannel
Source: Instagram

Shortly before putting out his best-dressed list, he took to his social media page to talk about how the event was portraying Africa.

According to him, Nollywood through the show was trying to be a ‘Met Gala wannabe’ instead of using this show to promote African heritage globally.

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Uche went on to suggest to the organisers that a strictly traditional dress code be enforced.

Explaining further, he wrote:

"I am most certain that the Nigerian creative designers & Stylist will come up with pieces that would get us the needed attention from the West."

See the post below:

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