Movie premiere night means amazing fashion statements from the finest of Nollywood fashionistas and Misters. For the highly anticipated Lara and the Beat movie premiere yesterday night, the stars hit the Red carpet looking amazing and bright in some really impressive outfits. From the beautiful Sharon Ooja to Reality Star and comedienne Bisola to Nollywood’s number one diva Toke Makinwa to the one and only Vector tha viper, see all the stars at the premiere as you scroll.

Singer Vector made his big Nollywood debut starring in the movie. He posed on the red carpet with a bike wearing a cream and black tux with some dark shades to match.
Sharoon Ooja never fails to disappoint! She looked amazing in a multicolored outfit by S.O.M.O.
Toke Makinwa kept things chic in a blue off-the-shoulder dress by Self-Portrait.
Bisola Aiyeola looked beautiful in a gold midi off-the-shoulder dress by S.O.M.O.
OAP/ Red Carpet hostess Nenny B wore a plunge-neckline mini and some strap heels. Nice henna!
The beautiful Somekele Idhalama opted for a mustard yellow jumpsuit by none other than her sister’s luxury line Andrea Iyamah.
Actress Beverly Naya hit the premiere looking super chic! She paired her black ruffled top number by Wana Sambo with a knee-lenght skirt and some black pointed heels.
Bolane Olukanni gave us some major jumpsuit envy in this black one-hand jumpsuit by 2207. I love this!
Stylist Ozinna Anumudu looked regal in a blue floor-lenght sleeve shimmering sequence number by Lanre Da Silva Ajayi.
Veteran Actor Saidi Balogun was also on the scene rocking his signature agbada and a face cap.
Actress Juliana Olayode showed off her ombre bob in a black sleeveless number by Liz Harrison.
The Queen of Nollywood Ajoke Silvia was also on the scene in a ruffled maroon dress. Sorry kids the red carpet props are not for you only.
Superstar DJ Exclusive was dapper on the scene in a multicolored sequence tuxedo.
Actress/Producer Toyin Abraham opted for an embellished black number by House of Khareed.

They look amazing! Watch out for Lara and the beat its officially in theaters.


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