Toyin Lawani faults Nana Akua Addo over clash with alleged designer of her AMVCA outfit

Toyin Lawani faults Nana Akua Addo over clash with alleged designer of her AMVCA outfit

Fashion stylist Toyin Lawani, also known as Tiannah, criticized Ghanaian actress Nana Akua Oddo for her dispute with designer Ezinne Olivia over who created Nana’s outfit for the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA).

Nana threatened legal action against Ezinne for claiming credit for the dress design, prompting a cease and desist letter from her lawyers.

Toyin Lawani suggested that Nana should have hired a professional tailor who wouldn’t expect social media recognition after receiving payment.

Despite acknowledging that Nana paid for the service, Lawani emphasized the importance of giving credit to the fashion designer.

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Toyin Lawani wrote in parts

“Atimes we don’t expect them to run the service for free, some might not even have the money to do what you want, if that inner wear was gucci there’s no way they wouldn’t have been tagged.

“Next time NANA should get a professional tailor to run the service (that won’t feel entitled cause that’s their job they are not designers, they just follow instructions and help u bring out ur ideas) and get her stylist to do the work.

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“This girl is a young designer that will by all means want to affiliate with that dress, cause styling it wasn’t easy, she was very wrong to have claimed she designed the dress at lst without clarifying what and what services she offered exactly, We saw proof she didn’t do the 3d which was mostly the main structure of the dress, She would have stated she built the inner dress and helped styled. So this caused why everyone went after the Nana babe, But let’s all do better, That’s we pay people for service doesn’t mean we can’t tag them, We rise by lifting one another.

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“We all can do better with a little support by tagging when possible, ontop I still feed everyone on my set. Well except the girl had a nasty attitude towards work then will not tag her.”

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