We love to support independent and emerging fashion publications like Zen Magazine Africa. On the cover of their July 2014 issue is the beautiful and talented Nigerian model Nneka Edozien.
Also in the same issue, those interested in how to become a model can get a better understanding of the industry as the publication follows the lives of three fashion models Betty Adewole, Tendai Makeri, and Dante Sainten.
Interested in knowing what is happening in Africa? Who are the shakers and movers that are changing the way people see their country and Africa as a whole? Continue reading at Zen Magazine Africa here.
Photo credit: Zen Magazine Africa
Elizabeth Olsen is reaching out for “next” in Hollywood. Her appearance in Godzilla received great reviews despite not having a large part in the film and with roles in Martha Marcy May Marlene, Silent House and the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron she appears to be building a solid resume. I loved this shoot for Flaunt Magazine as her looks ran the gamut: stripped down to ultra glam high fashion. The NYU grad is also a singer and is the namesake of her older sisters clothing line “Elizabeth and James” (James is their older brother). She was outfitted by the usual suspects in top designers, Dolce & Gabanna, Lanvin, Valentino and Louis Vuitton. Check out the link below of the shoot by Hunter and Gatti and let us know what you think!
Special thanks to The Confluence Group!
As always, I am bringing you the latest Zen Africa Magazine cover issue. As a vibrant/independent and growing fashion publication, Zen Africa Magazine puts the spotlight on Africa’s brightest stars, shakers and movers. For this month cover issue, we have Nqobilé Ntshangase, Ezinne Asinugo and Soliat Bada of the dance group CEO Dancers. For more on Zen Africa Magazine and the amazing work they do, check out the latest issue here.
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It is Monday and to start this week on a good note, we are introducing you to Ethiopian/Canadian accessories designer/model and entrepreneur Mahlet Seifu.
ABOUT ME.TU STYLE
Me.Tu Style started when Sefu was searching for unique clutches to accessorize her outfits but was having a hard time finding them anywhere. Armed with the desire to bring unique, orignal and ethnic made fabrics clutches to women looking for one of a kind pieces, in 2012, she launched the Me.Tu Style Brand. As an emerging African designer, she is currently on the April cover issue of Zen Africa Magazine (above). Check out their latest issue where you can read more about her. As for us, check out her latest collection below.
Some of her pieces are eye-catching indeed but at the same time, they are for a good cause as some of her proceeds go to support the Make-A-Wish Eastern Ontario and United Way organizations.
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Photo credit: Zen Magazine and Mahlet Seifu
Formerly of Kenyan award-winning hip-hop group Camp Mulla, Karun is a soul-stirring singer whose energy, vocals and personality made her loved all over Africa. In this month’s issue of Zen Magazine Africa, Karun or Ms K opens up on her memories with her former group, her new solo career, her plans for the future, schooling in America and fashion from African designers.
See what the buzz is all about by reading the rest of the article on Zen Magazine Africa.
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Rihanna is back on the most coveted fashion publication Vogue Magazine for the third time rocking a short black hair do on the March 2014 cover issue.
Say whatever you want about her but she knows how to work her angles and body in front of the camera.
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Born in Brooklyn, New York, from African Parents, 22 year-old fashion model Hadiatou Bah is ready to take the fashion world by storm and make a name for herself. See what the buzz is all about by reading more about the budding model in the latest issue of Zen Magazine Africa .
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Seems like Lupita Nyong’o is on a roll. Fresh off her Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal in the critically acclaimed movie 12 Years a Slave , A miu Miu ad campaign, and slaying the red carpet in a red gown by famed designer Ralph Lauren this pat Sunday, she is now on the cover of Dazed&Confused February 2014 issue. Am I the only one that cannot get enough of her and see what she would do next?
At any rate, what do you guys think of her cover and fashion spread?
I am back again for another Friday Favorite post. This segment is all about showcassing things that I like. Tor today’s post, I have the lovely/gorgeous actress Tika Sumpter’s cover and fashion spread for the latest issue of Rolling Out Magazine. For more about Friday Favorite, check out some old features here. As always, tell us what you think in the comment section below.
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I have been collaborating with Zen Magazine Africa for a few months now. I have to say that it is always a pleasure for me to feature the work that this amazing African publication does to showcase African/black talents on the continent but also all over the world. For their October 2013 issue, Nigerian model Adetoun Olupitan is not only gracing the cover but talks to Zen about some interesting experiences such as having Naomi Campbell send her an autographed shoe by Prada, how it feels to be modeling in America and why “this is the right time for African fashion”. Check the latest issue of Zen Magazine Africa here.
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