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Suzzie D Celebrity Network Launches Luxury Model Search Nigeria

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By Eventlabgh , in Celebrity Entertainment News , at August 24, 2018


Luxury Model Search Nigeria (LMSN), a competition aimed at discovering the next female leader, held its official launch on the 16th of August, 2018 in Lekki, Lagos.

Luxury Model Search Nigeria, unlike traditional beauty pageants and model searches, can be recognised today as the definitive platform where outstanding young women can break into the exciting world of fashion, and entertainment to carve out successful careers for themselves through a simple casting process.

Luxury Model Search Nigeria

The brunch, which was organised to officially announce the entry of the brand into Nigeria, kicked off with a word from the CEO and founder, Suzzie Odeniyi, also known as Suzzie D. She stated:

“We have created this platform in order to help young girls achieve their dreams. We are not just in search of the typical size zero girls but curvy girls who are the ideal Nigerian woman. We hope to find the best girl who can use the opportunity to create a platform to inspire young girls in Africa. We want them to know that that it is possible for them to have big dreams and achieve them, that they can be anything they want to be once they put their minds to it. We are more than just a beauty pageant!”.

Luxury Model Search Nigeria

LMSN is an affiliate of Suzzie D Celebrity Network, which organises, promotes and supports diverse cultural activities in the field of international model searches and beauty pageants. The model search is also linked with Most Beautiful Girl in the World, guaranteeing winners international exposure in their chosen fields.

The competition is open from the 17th of August 2018 to girls aged 18-25. Applications will be via the website:

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