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"I'm Addicted To Shoes, I Have Over 150 Pairs" - Nollywood's Uru Eke, Speaks On Fashion & Lifestyle

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From loving the casual look to owning over 150 pairs of shoes, Nollywood actress and House of Dorcas style ambassador, Uru Eke is gearing up for a 2014 style year with a lot of oomph! check out the highlight of this fashion and lifestyle interview:

What does style mean to you?

Style is a form of expression and may sometimes be determined by how you feel, the occasion and where you live.

What did you get the last time you went shopping?

I bought two wristwatches – love them!

Who's your style icon?

Beyonce- hot, fierce, elegant and full of positive energy!

What's your favourite look?

Leggings and a tank top with a pair of kicks. If I can help it, I'll rock the casual look all year round.

How will you describe your everyday look?

I love the casual look. It's chic and effortless.

Shoes or bags?

Shoes definitely, I just love buying shoes. I have over 150 pairs.

What are your best colours?

Pink, Orange and purple

What's the most essential style tip you religiously adhere to?

A make-up tip: light on the eyes then heavy on the lips; or heavy on the lips then light on the eyes. It gives the perfect blend and balance.

Who's your favourite designers?

House of Dorcas

What is your red-carpet moments going to look like in 2014?

A lot of chirpy, chic, sometimes edgy moments with that oomph that is hard to put a hand on...LOL!

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