In the glittering realm of Lagos’ red carpet events, the premiere of “A Tribe Called Judah,” a cinematic masterpiece executive produced and directed by the talented Funke Akindele, stole the spotlight yesterday. The theme for the night? A captivating “Costume Extravaganza,” setting the stage for celebrities to showcase their sartorial prowess.
The “A Tribe Called Judah” movie premiere in Lagos was a tapestry of style, with these ten celebrities stealing the limelight. Each one brought their unique flair to the red carpet, creating a fashion spectacle that will be remembered long after the credits roll.
Top 10 Best-Dressed Celebrities at the A Tribe Called Judah Movie Premiere
The Lady Ini Dima-Okojie, who is undoubtedly style personified graced the event with unparalleled elegance, effortlessly blending sophistication with the theme. Her ensemble not only adhered to the costume extravaganza but also radiated a timeless charm that left everyone in awe. All-white suit dress which we suspect to be a Weiz Dhurm Franklyn creation (although she didn’t say) was an absolute marvel on her.
A vision of red-carpet royalty, Sharon Ooja embraced the theme gracefully. Her gothic-style outfit perfectly fused creativity and refinement, leaving an indelible mark on the glamorous affair. We gotta say that the hat was a nice touch.
As expected, Uti Nwachukwu brought a dose of daring sophistication to the event. His traditional, yet funky ensemble stood out, making a bold statement while maintaining an air of male elegance.
The lovely Yvonne Jegede turned heads with her fashion-forward approach. Striking the delicate balance between boldness and subtlety, she somehow made a corset blouse, tight pants, and a train work well together.
Tolu Bally “the Couture Connoisseur” if we may, showcased her impeccable taste, bringing a touch of couture to the costume extravaganza. Her ensemble, though not as dramatic as the theme would suggest, was an absolute stunner on her melanin-rich skin.
Tijani Aboh Alexander
A worthy debutante to any of our best-dressed stars list, Tijani Aboh Alexander embraced the theme with a touch of quirky chic. His fashion choices were refreshingly unconventional, adding a playful element to the night’s festivities. The beads and cap are a nice touch too.
Lord have Mercy! Mercy Eke, the Queen of the Night, exuded regality with her fashion choices. Her outfit, a testament to glamour and sophistication, captured the essence of the event. We can even tell you that her outfit was an ode to Jennifer Lopez’s 2023 Ralph Lauren Met Gala look.
The premium Real Housewives of Lagos star, Faith Morey in her usual trendsetting glamour set the bar high with an Ann Usman creation that seamlessly blended glamour with costume extravagance. When you call exaggerated sleeves and mile-long trains, and elbow-length gloves, best believe Faith Morey will answer in all her glory.
Actor, Uzee Usman and cast of “A Tribe Called Judah” showcased some Northern suave sophistication, proving that classic style can seamlessly align with costume extravagance. His refined look added a touch of understated sultan-styled glamour to the premiere.
Last but certainly not least, Funke Akindele, the creative force behind the cinematic gem, led by example. Her fashion choices not only complemented the theme but also reflected her visionary approach to storytelling. Funke looked regal in a golden ball gown by Veekee James.