Best Looks at Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity 2019
Since it’s first outing in 1954, the Cannes Lions international Festival of Creativity has been a pillar and has become the world’s biggest gathering for the entire creative marketing community; bringing the creative communications industry together every year at its one-of-a-kind event to learn, network and celebrate, and share. So, follow us as we round up the best looks at the festival, without some honourable mentions because we there are too many looks we absolutely love.
Nigerian Beauty, fashion and lifestyle blogger and YouTuber, Dimma Umeh and British-Nigerian lifestyle blogger and YouTuber, Patricia Brights both represented YouTube on a panel that spoke to creating diverse content, brand deals and the lessons she has learned in her many years as an influencer.
Bozoma Saint-John who works as the Chief Marketing Officer at Endeavour and lifestyle influencer has spoken on multiple panels about everything from “managing the burnout” to “the value of inclusion” at the Female Quotient lounge, all while serving lewks and snatching wigs.
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is a household name in Nollywood. She’s an actor, director, philanthropist and she appeared on Time’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. She spoke on “the authentic African story” panel, which also featured Steve Babaeko of X3M Ideas and Shukri Toefy of Fort.
Fade Ogunro who is known as a creative director, was at the festival representing her new company, Bookings Africa. She even scored an invite to the exclusive Spotify party where Ciara performed and Hannah Bronfman DJ’d. She also spoke on “the Authentic African Story” panel.