- Popular Nigerian media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, recently shared some new photos with his wife, Cynthia
- In the photos, the couple who went on a trip to New York in the United States posed for some snapshots in matching jackets
- Only a while ago, Cynthia who is a fashion entrepreneur revealed how she restyled her late mother's George wrapper
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is one Nigerian celebrity who never disappoints when it comes to fashion and style.
It comes as no surprise that when he's pulling off stylish looks with his wife, Cynthia, it is double the fun.
The couple who recently travelled to the United States shared some beautiful photos captured outside on the streets of Manhattan in New York.
In the photos, the fashionista couple is seen sporting identical denim jackets believed to be the 'monogram jackets' by high-end brand, Louis Vuitton.
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When the old meets the new: Ebuka's wife Cynthia rocks late mum's George fabric at brother's wedding
The 'George' fabric is a timeless fashion and this explains why a lot of women successfully pull off impressive stylish looks with this fabric.
One of such people is Cynthia Obi-Uchendu whose latest Instagram post has warmed the hearts of many people.
Cynthia, who is a fashion entrepreneur and the wife of media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, showed up for her brother's wedding ensuring she brought their late mother along.
In a photo shared via her Instagram page, the gorgeous lady posed in a red 'George' wrapper with an off-shoulder corset top.
Lateef and Mo Bimpe rock Victorian era look for 6 months wedding anniversary
Love is a beautiful thing and for the Adedimejis, there is no better time to celebrate it than every moment spent together.
While many people often wait for a year to celebrate anniversaries, Lateef and Mo Bimpe Adedimeji have proven that rules are meant to be broken.
In honour of their 6th month wedding anniversary, the couple held a photoshoot which saw them posing for snapshots dressed in retro ensembles heavily inspired by the Victorian era.