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VP’s Daughter, Kiki Osinbajo Stuns In New Photos

 

The daughter of the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (Prof. Yemi Osinbajo), Kiki Osinbajo shares new beautiful photos of herself on her social page.

 

 

 

 

 

Toke Makinwa Flaunts Her Curvy Backside In Latex Skirt And Versace Shirt (Photos)

Media personality and author, Toke Makinwa took to Instagram to flaunt her curvy backside in a black latex skirt which she rocked with a Versace shirt in new photos she shared.More photos below…

 

Newly Crowned Miss Tourism Africa Releases Official Photos In Bikini

 

24 year old model, Esther Ogechi Gabriel shares new adorable photos after being crowned Miss Tourism Africa 2018/19.

The event which took place at Moty suite hotel in Calabar saw the emergence of Esther ogechi, an undergraduate student of University of Port Harcourt emerging as the winner. She walked home with an eye popping cash prize and a branded Car.

The Abia state model who is popularly known as African Barbie has a distinctive personality;goal oriented and always want the best for everyone around her.

Deep-rooted in her love for pageantry, Easter had earlier contested in Miss Nigeria, Queen Africa international and Miss Earth Nigeria were she won special accolade before winning the conveted crown at the last edition of Miss Tourism Africa.

She is currently working on a project themed “Preserving our Environment through ETourism”. It’s a mission to promote tourism in Africa while also educating the importance of having a clean/save environment.

Her dream is to become the first female president of Nigeria. It will be impressive to see her dream come through!. Check out breathtaking photos of the model below.

 

 

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No Slay King Or Queen Can Outdo The Arbore Tribe When It Comes To Neck Work; Read About The Ethiopian Tribe Here

The Arbore people are an ethnic group living in southern Ethiopia, near Lake Chew Bahir. The Arbore participate in pastoralism, sorghum cultivation, seasonal fishing, hunting and engage in a wide regional network of bond friendship for the exchange of gifts.In 1996 their population numbered 3,840. Their economy of subsistence depends largely on the periodical floods of the river. The age organization controls cattle, pasture and water.

It distributes cultivable land after floods and guarantees law and order in the territory of the Arbore. Each generation class (herr) comes to power after an initiation which is held once in about 40 years in rituals known as ner and chirnan. Each generation class consists of four age classes (jim). The group containing the young people waiting to be initiated into a jim is called morqo. The same term is used for the four age classes organized and named, but waiting to form a generation class by undergoing initiation at the close of the 40 years.

now you know, see below how well versed they are with beaded necklace style below.

 

 

 

 

 

Check out this wonderful editorial by OAB Photography with new clothing by Ghanaian fashion designer band Afriken By Nana.

Enjoy the hot shots below.

 

 

Africa Fashion Week Nigeria as an African Global Renaissance

Africa Fashion Week Nigeria started on the heels of its sister partner, Africa Fashion Week London which celebrated its eighth season. A few years ago, African fashion began to gain global momentum, from our prints, to our beats, everyone looked to align with Africans. It became a bigger deal in 2018 with the release of Marvel’s Black Panther movie which featured the fictional Wakanda. Nonetheless, everyone wanted to be African or wear African prints.

African prints have become so popular globally that top designers such as Vivienne Westwood’s Ethical Africa collection, to Burberry, have adapted the African prints in their designs. Even African designers such as Nigeria’s Duro Oluwa who has designed African inspired pieces for the former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama began getting recognised in the Western world for their designs and phones started ringing with orders.
This motivated the creativity and entrepreneurial zeal which further pushed a lot more Africans who have always had an interest in fashion, to go through with their journey. African fashion brands make use of regional and continental platforms such as fashion weeks held in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria and London to showcase local talent. The growing awareness of fashion in Africa has inspired more designers to go global and stand strong in the international scene and even do more for themselves in textile manufacturing and distribution. Ronke Ademiluyi saw a loophole in a growing industry a few years ago and filled that gap; going ahead to create Africa Fashion Week London, AFWL, Europe’s largest fashion event promoting and nurturing African and African-inspired design talent. Serving its purpose with the platform it created in Europe, she brought it down to establish in Nigeria, where Africa Fashion Week Nigeria was born. The AFWN platform in its five years has featured some of the biggest names in the African fashion industry today who grew from the back of the brand, and has continuously provided a stage for emerging designers in Africa to showcase to a global audience of fashion enthusiasts, international media and visitors and attendees. “These numbers continue to rise each year as African fashion continually evolves, the creativity and tenacity we Africans adapt towards our designs shows that Africa isn’t taking a break in even breaking the rules. Every edition of Africa Fashion Nigeria Week leaves you feeling overwhelmed by the ambition and the creativity of Africa’s emerging fashion industry. Each year, AFWN works with a theme that resonates the growth of African fashion and its entirety, this helps designers who are mostly inspired by their heritage, and experience which plays into their designs through individual and contemporary interpretation. Africa Fashion Week Nigeria will celebrate its fifth edition this September and is set to feature over 40 designers from various African countries which include Botswana’s Thabied, Adriana Talansi from Congo, Luxury brand Bushai Weave from Ghana, Namibia, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Zambia, UK and Nigeria. Being a global platform, beyond its African audience, its doors will be opened to international visitors whose love for African fashion and its bright colours have become incomparable to no other.

What The Vogue Editors Are Wearing For New Year’s Eve

 

 

The clock’s ticking: will you play up the drama with star-spangled sequins or take five in luscious silk pyjamas come December 31? Either way it’s time to get your look on lockdown – here’s what the Vogue editors are wearing on New Year’s Eve.

 

 

“I have a tradition I like to call “stepping in to the New Year” in a new pair of shoes, and this year I’m going for a mule from Malone Souliers. Its shoes are super comfortable and allow me to partake in my favourite pastime: dancing all night. As for the dress, I LOVE a sparkle-filled New Years, so I’m going with a sequin and feather number in black, of course, from 16Arlington (now on the LFW schedule for the first time this coming season). I’m obsessed with the tights from Hedoine, which are run- and tear-resistant, so I’ll pair the dress with sheer black iterations. And for the bag, I’m choosing this one from Carolina Santo Domingo. I love that her bags are big enough for me to fit all my phones and lipsticks in.”

 

 

 

Olivia Singer, Executive Fashion News Editor

 

Am I the most boring person imaginable at this time of year? I think so. I do not go out on New Year’s Eve; I live for a board game (Monopoly) and Netflix (last year, I rediscovered Trinny & Susannah and rung in 2018 while celebrating well-fitting bras and good belts). The conventional glitz of the occasion is wasted on me. I will be hosting a DIY-spa-and-TV marathon at mine, where tracksuits are encouraged and face masks essential.

 

 

 

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