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Angela Simmons Wears Virgos Lounge to New York Fashion Week

September 13, 2011

New York Fashion Week just kicked off its Spring/Summer 2012 shows and all eyes on who is wearing what. Celebrity stylist Kanayo Ebi collaborated with her client Angela Simmons for various red carpet ready looks. However it was her yellow and turquoise beaded Virgos Lounge Resort 2012 dress that caught our attention! We said it’s our favorite and you can make it into your wardrobe by visiting Angela wore this stunner to attend Betsey Johnson’s Spring 2012 show as she shared on Twitpic. Virgos Lounge, a Nigerian-run, London based fashion label, named the dress “Opal.”

This is however NOT the first time Angela wore Virgos Lounge designs. She wore a one-shoulder sequin jumpsuit with YSL pumps while promoting her brand Pastry Collection in London earlier this year. Her stylist Kanayo picked it up from a London boutique and it was a great celebration among the African fashion blogosphere set. Which Virgos Lounge look do you love on Angela – NYFW or London?

Angela also wore an enviable snakeskin print cut-out dress which she designed for her upcoming eponymous label. During her exciting time at NYFW, Angela pose with celebrity friends June Ambrose, Kelly Osbourne, Nicki Hilton, Whitney Port, Joy Bryant, Betsey Johnson, Russell Simmons, Carmelo Anthony, and Charlotte Ronson. We’re eager to see what else the Nigerian, New York-based stylist has for the budding entrepreneur’s NYFW red carpet events!

Angela with her stylist Kanayo Ebi

Angela Simmons in her own cut-out dress at the Charlotte Ronson show

Angela Simmons in Nicole Miller jumpsuit

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. September 14, 2011 2:05 am

    Love the opal dress on her.

  2. 2bchoopla permalink*
    September 14, 2011 3:29 am

    Neks, I agree. I’m glad Kanayo is styling Angela in the latest Nigerian fashion designs! Gotta love it!

  3. September 15, 2011 8:32 am



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