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Hail Kween Kwena: The Valiant & Anomalous Style of Kwena Baloyi
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The 'Style Therapist', also known as Kwena Baloyi, is one sought after freelance fashion stylist. Her eye for fashion and artiste capabilities has seen her work on everything from music videos and television shows to magazine covers and commercial campaigns....
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HS: Saadique Ryklief – South African Multi Award-Winning Hairstylist
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In March 2018, Marie Claire SA hosted the Marie Claire Image Makers 2018 to honour the team of creatives behind-the-scenes. An event that gives recognition to the stylists, designers and artists whose skills, talent and influence make an impact in...
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YONAS TADESSE: Ethiopian Contemporary Photographer To Watch
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We first stumbled across Yonas Tadesse through the page of stylist, set designer and creative extraordinaire, Kevo Abbra. Abbra is having more than a moment right now -with his most recent projects being Absolut One Source Live, Queen Sugar season...
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The Curious Case of Brian Siambi Aka UrbanSkript
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When was the last time you let your curiosity run wild? As creatives, we are at risk of typecasting ourselves in a specific role under the identity guise. But what if we took it off its leash every once in...
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Storytelling through weaving and color AAKS Akosua Afriyie-Kumi Africa Feature Ghana - The Designers Studio
Storytelling through color and weaving with A A K S
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When you think of A A K S, you think weaving, comfort and bright colors. Here is a ‘weaved bag’ that takes these traditional cultural bags to a higher luxurious level. Making Africa and representing, in a beautiful manner, what this...
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Should there be a Vogue Africa? Mario Epanya's bid to Condé Nast 2010 #AfricaSpeak #TDSvoices
Should there be a Vogue Africa? Mario Epanya’s bid to Condé Nast
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In 2010, Cameroonian photographer and makeup artist Mario Epanya launched a campaign to make Vogue Africa a reality. In order to achieve this, Epanya published a series of stunning fictional Vogue Africa covers, which quickly garnered him both support and...
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John Kaveke speaks truthfully about his sabbatical, the fashion industry and what needs to change in Kenya- Part II
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Previously Right now the international focus is on Africa, Kaveke says, and people are looking here for inspiration. “Now is the best time to start cultivating what is local.” The major problem is that “here in Kenya, we have conflict...
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