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Church Style From The Awesome Nigerian Girl – New Vibes!

Happy new year! I have been kind of stalling on my posts here because settling into the new year has been kind of weird for me but with God all things are possible, yes?!!

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A Jane Michael Memoir – Getting Styled For A Fashion Cocktail Party

My invitation for the GTBank Fashion Weekend Cocktail arrived at my doorstep some days to the event and boy was I thrilled to be considered part of the inner fashion circle. Why yes I was! Asides the fact I had worked hard enough – and still working- to integrate my brand into the fashion industry; it is always an honor to be considered worthy. You get my drift? Continue reading

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All Hail Queen Bonang! See All The Times She Slayed At The 2016 MAMAs Show

When South African queen, Bonang Matheba, was announced as the new host for the 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards,  taking over Trevor Noah, we were pretty excited because we envisaged how much slay she would bring and she didn’t prove us wrong! Continue reading

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Diary Of An Isale Eko Girl – Vert-Green

Who else is excited that Lagos Fashion And Design Week is about a week away, as excited as I am I probably won’t be able to attend from the first day but I’m definitely looking forward to the days I can make it. Continue reading

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Church Style From The Average Nigerian Girl – Head Wraps Are In!

Ankara head wraps are so in right now and guess who jumped on the bandwagon? I’ve been wearing them so much these days that I think it might be getting addictive and guess what, I discovered that they go with almost everything! Like isn’t that one of the most convenient things ever? Continue reading

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Woven Blends On – Ankara

Ankara is the name of a popular fabric worn by many Africans. It is commonly known as African Prints, African Wax Prints” or Dutch Wax is a 100 percent cotton fabric often differentiated by its vibrant patterns. It is very colorful and associated with the African continent because of its tribal-like patterns and motifs. Continue reading