My Top 5 Collections from South African Menswear Week A/W 2016
Attending South African Menswear Week Autumn/Winter 2016, was one of "my beginning of the year highlights", with the runway being graced by models from different walks of life and designers from across the continent. Those in the audience could not be overshadowed by the outstanding garments displayed on the runway, people dressed to kill, with a lot of crazy and calm fashion being exhibited amongst
African Women Awards 2015 honours Phenominal women
The much anticipated Inaugural African Women Awards were held in Harare, Zimbabwe at the Meikles Hotel on the 7th of November 2015. The awards which were hosted by African Women Association, founded by Carol Nyazika and Lisa Chiriseri, aims to show appreciation to the women, who are successful in Africa, women who are promoting peace in conflict-inflicted areas and contributing to the increased resources and
Anyone Who Tells You Not To Start A Nigerian [Or African] Tech Company Is A F*cking Idiot!
Because Manny and Mayweather are playing, I have to get my fight "fix" elsewhere and ain't nothing like a fight between tech start-up founders! African ones at that!
So Techloy published an article by a Pascal Ehigie Aito entitled: HOW TO: Not Launch A Startup in Nigeria [now you know, those are fighting words especially when addressing my Nigerian peeps!]
My initial response was:
I totally DISAGREE with
MODEL FAB: Nigerian Model, Betty Adewole Poses For Volt Cafe Magazine
First of all, I have to say that I am LOVING my African supermodels! Seems like this season they are hard on their hustle!
Recently, Nigerian model, Betty Adewole was featured in the â€œTribal Masqueradeâ€ editorial for Volt Cafe Magazine. The photographer for the shoot was Sean Gleason for Volt Cafe Magazine. Styling done by Siobhan Lyons, hair by Yumi Nakada-Dingle and makeup by Anna Gibson.