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Jasleen Matharu: The Fashion Design Student to Watch
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We’ve featured a lot of established designers in the past, and emerging designers that seem to have it all together. But that doesn’t mean that everyone knows just where the fashion road will take them. Or that everyone has to...
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#TDSVoices: African Models dominating the Fashion Scene Part II
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It’s no secret that many lack the name recognition that their female counterparts command in the fashion modelling industry. But you also can’t deny the importance of the male model and their role in pop culture conversation. In an already...
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#TDSVoices: African Models dominating the Fashion Scene Part I
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The modelling industry is one tough cookie to crack; especially if you want to play in the big leagues. However, we’ve seen the likes of Alek Wek, Iman, and Oluchi Onweagba not only walk the runways for the biggest fashion...
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TDS ‘African Fashion Bloggers to Follow’ 2016
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As the rest of the Fashion world turns to the African continent for inspiration, so should your Instagram feed. Here are some of the continent's bloggers that caught our attention for giving off all that sartorial inspiration and then some....
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TDS Meets: Nancie Mwai
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Nancie Mwai. It’s impossible to get through a fashion blogging series without her name popping up a few times. For good reason of course. Her first blog, The Fashion Notebook, was the premier dive into the world of Kenyan fashion...
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Fashion Week Diversity
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The more things change, the more they stay the same. There may be changes in runway presentation and access but according to the Fashion Week Fall 2016 Diversity Report, the diversity gap is still very extant. It was just three...
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Manciny Migwi and Her Take on Men's Wear Fashion in Kenya
Kenya and Fashion Week
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Nairobi is no stranger to fashion events. Markets, weekend galas, fashion days parading as weeks, you name it. While it may seem at first that fashion is the new ‘IT’ child of company marketing stints, it does show the level...
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Great television shows for make-up artists to watch #MakeUpArtist #TDSvoices
Great television shows for make-up artists to watch
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[bctt tweet="Being a make-up artist is all about inspiration and constant learning."] Whether as a professional or an amateur, to become a great make-up artist, you have to explore, study other make-up artists and experiment with different styles. If you...
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Creating characters, elaborating backstories, conveying emotions and future aspirations, the stylists work by Sunny Dolat - Part II #TheStylist #Series #tdsvoices
Creating characters, elaborating backstories, conveying emotions and future aspirations, the stylists work by Sunny Dolat – Part II
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Stylists in the local scene are, as Sunny puts it “an odd batch of people who work behind the scenes and are sometimes never seen.” There is still confusion as to the work of a stylist, he explains, with some...
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The Detail is in the Clothes: Connie Aluoch on her journey in becoming the most respected Fashion Stylist in Kenya #TheStylist Series
The Detail is in the Clothes: Connie Aluoch on her journey in becoming the most respected Fashion Stylist in Kenya
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Connie Aluoch is one of the key players in one the fastest growing industries in Kenya, style and beauty. She defines a fashion stylist as someone responsible for creating a ‘look’ for a model or person and deciding what a...
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“It’s time to move on from talk of the ‘Dark Continent’.” “Making Africa”-
A Continent of Contemporary Design is a major exhibition of the Vitra Design Museum and Guggenheim Bilbao taking place in the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany. The exhibition has been running from 14th March and set to end on 13 September 2015 so there is still time to see it.
“Making Africa”-
A Continent of Contemporary Design – 14th March to 13 September 2015
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“It’s time to move on from talk of the ‘Dark Continent’.” “Making Africa”-
A Continent of Contemporary Design is a major exhibition of the Vitra Design Museum and Guggenheim Bilbao taking place in the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein,...
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Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar, Senegal in 1980..Africa Feature #tdsphotoseries...he seeks to “capture the diversity of modern African societies and lifestyles.”
Omar Victor Diop – Africa Feature [Senegal] Fine Arts and Fashion photographer
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Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar in 1980 and since his early days, Omar has developed an interest for photography and design. Omar’s work is seeks to “capture the diversity of modern African societies and lifestyles.” His work is...
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From Advertising Department Head to Photographer, meet Sebastian Wanzalla Image used ©SebastianWanzalla #tdsphotoseries
From Advertising Department Head to Photographer, meet Sebastian Wanzalla [Part I]
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Calm, cool and collected is how we can describe him. From advertising department head to photographer, Sebastian Wanzalla is both easygoing and deeply profound. Unafraid to try new things, Sebastian jumped into photography almost as a joke and has been...
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Parting Shot: Tips & Tricks with the Magiq Lens Team. Migwa, Dean, Soraya and Andrew have grown their portfolio by being adventurous, shooting beyond the studio and thinking outside the box. #tdsphotoseries The Designers Studio Image(c)MagiqLensKenya
Parting Shot: Tips & Tricks from the Magiq Lens Team
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Migwa, Dean, Soraya and Andrew have grown their portfolio by being adventurous, shooting beyond the studio and thinking outside the box. Kenya is blessed with so many places and beautiful landscapes. “Even if you shoot the concrete jungle, you will...
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