It was a night of celebration and of course impeccable fashion at the premier of the long awaited movie 'Fifty". All our fashion forward celebrities showed up looking their best and as expected i was on patrol. Lets see all the glamorous outfits and pictures from their arrivals to the red carpet and behind the scenes ...Its Fifty the movie premier.

 Omotola Jalade Ekeinde in Tiffany Amber. Definitely one of the best looks of the night. From her hair to make up accessories and shoes, she was styled to perfection.

Zainab Balogun; Our favorite tv girl hit the red carpet in an ox-blood cape dress by Clan Dairies.

Toke Makinwa; the lady cant do wrong by me anymore, looking like Christmas already, she opted for  a red glittering gown from the April By Kunbi collection.

Mimi Onalaja; the red carpet anchor is flawless in this grey ensemble. Her hair and make up and accessories couldn't have been styled any better. 

Linda Ejiofor; the actress is simple and chic in black.

Beverly Naya; the actress showed off her toned arms and shoulders in an orange cut-out ensemble.

Nikki Laoye
 Omoni Oboli; the hot actress and mother of three is seemingly dashing as she opted for a black number from the April By Kunbi collection. 

Dakore Akande is a vision to behold in this baby pink number by Phunk Afrique. Her hair and make up are styled to perfection. flawless look...#Fifty does look good on her *wink*

 Mai Atafo; the fashion designer is spotting one of his' from the SS16 collection. I am not so sure whats going on down on his feet but he gets away with a fine. Dapper!

 Seyi Shay; She is rocking a crop top and a fringe skirt by Tope FnR.

Juliet Ibrahim 

Lily Afe in elegante by tanniah styling.

 Delona Grey and Tim Zecc

 Nse Ekpe-Etim; one of the ladies of the night hit the red carpet in a long black glittering number by Chidinma Obairi.

 Dr. Idia Aisien; the ebony beauty hit the red carpet showing off some major skin in a black crop-top  a vintage Mary MacFadden skirt and matching red accessories.

 Bolanle Okulanni is channeling her inner old Hollywood. She opted for this gold embellished Aso-oke number by Mo Augusto.

 Uzor Osimkpa in Ejiro Amos Tafiri.

The gorgeous ladies of the night.

The movie tells a story of four Nigeria women who try getting their groove back despite being 50. With so much great reviews already we are excited for the next red carpet premier.

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