Beautiful in Brown: Tiwa Savage, And 5 Other Celebrities Who Have Jumped On Stylish Colour Trend

Monochromatic Brown ensembles have gradually become a trend among stylish Nigerian celebrities. Lately, stars like Tiwa Savage and Jemima Osunda have been seen spotted donning fashionable looks in brown tones. In this article six fashionista celebrities who have served fashion goals in the color are been highlighted. Brown color in fashion has been biding its…

A Visual History of Iconic Black Hairstyles

Afros, cornrows, dreadlocks, and Beyond: The historical origins of black hairstyles.   For centuries, black communities around the world have created hairstyles that are uniquely their own. These hairstyles date back to the ancient world and continue to pierce social, political, and cultural conversations around black identity today. Ancient origin From box braids to dreadlocks…

The 12 LEWKS From AMVCA 2022 That Caught Everyone’s Attention on the Best Dressed List

The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards Night is by far the most important stage in Africa. The event is an opportunity for celebrities to present themselves in decadent and statement-making looks that highlight their best features, informed by years of glamour. All of this year’s AMVCA nominees and attendees were dressed to impress, with bright…

LaQuan Smith is a rarity in the fashion world as an African-American designer.

LaQuan Smith is all about the champagne lifestyle: bubbly, luxurious and, especially when it comes to the womenswear he designs, sexy. The designer made his New York Fashion Week debut at the age of 21 with a sleek, edgy collection he dubbed the “Water Goddess.” Ten years later, his rise seems meteoric in the years…

Blood Sisters’: Rating the fashion and styling on this Netflix original

Did the creators of “Blood Sisters” kill the fashion and style of the show? Only if you live under a rock, Netflix’s limited series Blood Sisters, starring Ina Dima-Okojie, Nancy Isime, Ramsey Nouah, and other top cast members, has been streaming for days. It follows the story of a lady and her friend fleeing the…

It’s All About Seeing Us: How Three Brand Founders Are Creating Space For Black Women

In light of the social unrest of 2020, as the country grappled with its position and role in racism, many companies issued general statements expressing their solidarity with black people, most of whom were unemotional and felt more like a sink-or-swim tactic. Brands that declared a sudden awakening was met with skepticism and a unanimous…

Behind the Scenes: Sarah Jessica Parker’s Met Gala Dress Is Inspired by Iconic Black Designer Elizabeth Keckley

For this year’s Met Gala, the dress code was white tie, “Gilded Glamour.” Let’s expand on this a bit: fashion in America in the Gilded Age was known for top hats, corsets and colorful crowds. With that in mind, you can understand our audible breathing as Sarah Jessica Parker entered the building wearing a Christopher…

A Review Of Wizkid Outfit For Ginger Music Video

Wizkid’s latest outfit for his new¬†Ginger video¬†featuring African giant Burna Boy has indeed caused a stir online. While some praised the superstar for the elevator, others criticized him not to mention adding that he should change stylist. In the music video, Wizkid wore an off the shoulder cable knit jump over a nude cut off…

The Identity and Beauty Of Tribal Marks Been An Inspiration to U.Mi-1 Collection

African Tribal Marks Tribal marks have played an important role in African culture. Various tribes have used certain body marks as important identity marks or for beautification, similar to tattoos. Here we focus on the Yoruba tribal marks that inspired U.Mi-1 Who am I? Collection. Yoruba tribal marks The Yoruba are countless people who inhibit…