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Nigerian Label Amede, has released its Spring/Summer collection called “Born Free”.

According to the creative director for the brand, Amede Nzeribe, the collection was inspired by her mother’s photo album from the 70’s bohemian and hippie era.

True to its inspiration, the collection taps into the vibrant but easy vibe of the seventies: flowy silhouettes, wide leg pants, and tie-dye, which is actually an Amede signature.

View the collection below.


Creative direction: Precious John | @precious_john

Photographer: Felix Crown | @felixcrown

Makeup: Cass | @casskoncept

Hair: Sunnyking Enang | @sunnykingenang

Model: @teminikan__ of @fewmodels.

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Swimwear Label, Andrea Iyamah, has just released her Spring/Summer 2017 lookbook. She had previewed the collection earlier at a private presentation last year, and the lookbook photos are nothing short of stunning.

Sticking to her identifiable aesthetic, the collection features her signature print swimwear, vibrant colours, and bikini’s cut high-waisted with built in support for the bust.

View the lookbook photos below.

We just can’t stop liking it!

What do you think of this collection? Are you gonna have one soon?

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Bold prints are the need-it-now item to inject some va-va-voom into minimal or neutral outfits this season. Florals are always a must in spring, Plus, they make for some much need color and vibrancy in the winter. This season, polka dots, stripes and old fashion florals are key prints for men. But lean more toward pastels and muted tones for a quieter vibe.


Shirts, shorts and shoes are all getting the bold print treatment. So, learning how to wear the print trend. Don’t be scared to work in your own individual style, and have fun playing around with different patterns and new color ways.


By design, printed shirts are a lot more casual than their dress shirt counterparts. But, that doesn’t mean you should shun the joining of a leopard print shirt with tailored black jeans or a neon hibiscus shirt tucked into formal trousers. In fact, get it right, and the combination is all the more impressive.



Print leg wear provides the chance to make a real statement. The same rules apply: make the print the focal point of your look, hushing the rest of your outfit. Keep it basic up top, White cotton shirts cannot be overlooked. The other important aspect? Matching your printed trouser to your footwear. Simple is best. So, look to footwear every man should own. “A casual sneaker, dress shoe and sandal will work well.”



The bomber jacket is one of the hottest men’s style piece to own in any season, all social occasions and even to the office. So, it makes perfect sense for the trend heavyweight to collide with  bold prints.




Before the idea imprints into your brain, you shouldn’t really consider wearing head-to-toe prints Instead, let a subtly printed blazer provide the statement


More of the shy style guy? Bold prints are still for you, thanks to accessories. With tailoring, neckerchiefs or a pocket square inject vibrancy, while the rest of your look is sleepy, yet chic. And old faithful  socks, as well as shoes and even a t-shirt. when layered by a jacket or blazer prove easy ways to incorporate prints. Don’t be scared to work in your own individual style, and have fun playing around with different patterns and new color ways.

Textural prints and dark coloured patterns are safer still, and can lift a monochrome outfit, even for minimalists.

“Printed accessories are key pieces to complete the outfit. Just make sure to keep the patterns on scale  and stick with one type of floral, resisting the need to mix paisley with hibiscus. “Above all, the little additions make any plain suit stand out.”

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Have you seen the Queen BeyTorial?

Beyoncé sure took the world by storm with her pregnancy announcement. She took to instagram to share her maternity shoot which has officially become the most liked post on instagram, with over 8 million likes and almost 400,000 comments.

What better way is there to announce her pregnancy than this!

Check out the refreshing photos below..

The ‘BeyTorial‘ speaks of art,fashion and creativity.

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Kylie Jenner could be joining the rank of Super Models after all. Check out her latest photos from her Puma campaign. Kylie took to Instagram to share this photos with fans and wrote; “I’m so excited my Puma Fierce sneakers are officially available for purchase today! The slip-on sneakers are super comfy, lightweight and come in red, silver, white and black.”

As she shared on her Instagram page. More photos after the cut…

Will you be rocking the Kylie-inspired sneakers soon?

As every fashionista knows, there is no fashion item that can transform an outfit  from laid back to formal like shoe can. For extra class and sophistication, trust high heels to com t your rescue. However, one fact that cannot be over looked is knowing the right heel to wear especially during this holiday season where we would have tons of events to attend. While it’s doubtlessly true that a high heel will not be as comfortable as an orthopedic running shoe, it is also very possible that the reason why your feet hurt after you wear high heels for long is that you are simply wearing the wrong heel height.

1 . The 1.5 inch heel: This height is actually quite healthy for many people. It gives a bit of a lift, and arch support, without throwing you off balance. This kitten heel is also super cute and feminine, especially when paired with a retro hourglass silhouette. Some low heel designs look lie weaker version of high heel so look for the ones with straps.

2 . The 2.5 inch heel: This height is perfect for giving you a boost both in height and confidence, and it’s a bit more impressive than a low heel. Also known as a midi heel, this height looks great in a peep toe, a cone heel, or a slingback strap. These heels will not be out of place in the office, or at a more casual party.

3 . The 3.5 inch heel: At this height, they are perfect for every occasion, from the office to the fanciest of galas. If this is your ideal height, you are in luck, because you can look summery and casual in a wedge, or fiercely elegant in a pump.

4 . The 4.5 inch heel: At this heel height, you can opt for femme fatale point-toe shoes (just make sure your toes have enough wiggle room), or something more cheeky like a peep-toe. However, avoid mules or any other shoe design that won’t support your ankles and in-step.

5 . The 5 inch and above: At this height and higher, these shoes should be avoided. Shoes this high will put anyone’s feet into an unnatural angle that will throw you completely off balance, and could damage your toes, joints, and foot tendons.


Healthiest Heel Heights: Giuseppe Zanotti 5-Inch Heels


Which is your fav?





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Renowned Fashion Label, Diane Von Furstenberg unveils its pre-fall 2017 collection and it features our own, Nigerian international model, Mayowa Nicholas. The 18 year-old keeps making her way to the peak in every step of the way. This included.

This collection is a fun mixture of a sheer embellished gown, a floral v-neck wrap dress, floral pants with a colorful sweatshirt, a mono-strap gypsy dress, silk jumpsuit with ruffles and a denim fringe jacket.

See photos below….










Go girl!

Love the collection? Tell us in the comment box…

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For many seasons, designers have included scarves in their runway shows; however, we have noticed this accessory trending in Fall 2016 collections such as Chloe and Mary Kantrantzou.

There is no wrong way to wear this timeless closet essential (as you may have seen tons of tutorials on how to tie it perfectly). Simply put it on your neck, arms and/or shoulders and do what feels right to you. Enjoy!

marykatrantzouMary Katrantzou
annasui-scarfAnna Sui




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Kareema Mak kicks off the the festive season with a bright and bold campaign titled All I Want For Christmas. The luxury fashion house is season ready with a campaign filled with velvet, lace and bright prints. As Christmas is known to be “the most wonderful time of the year”, the brand is set to clothe the Kareema Mak Woman in signature pieces that will leave her looking confident,stylish and of course, wonderful.
 All I Want For Christmas - PresentsAll I Want For Christmas - Redcomplete fashion+kareem amakAll I Want for Christmas - CoverAll I Want for Christmas - Dinner DressAll I Want For Christmas - FlowersAll I Want For Christmas - Party PrintAll I Want For Christmas - Something Bluecomplete fashion+kareem amakAll I Want for Christmas - Boxes and Bows
Photography : Prince Meyson @princemeyson
Make Up : Nene Ndukwu @beautyby_nene
Decor : Angelika’s @angelikasthehomestore
Models : Ruth @akeleruth of @bethmodelafrica , Doyin @thedoyinshow and Chinny @thechinnyy of @catch22models
Styling/Creative Direction : The Style Concierge @thestyle_concierge
Brand : Kareema Mak @kareemamak

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According to E! News Victoria’s Secret model and Cristiano Ronaldo’s ex girlfriend, Irina Shayk is expecting her first child with boyfriend, actor, Bradley Cooper. The pregnant star is said to be in her second trimester and is “so excited” about becoming a mother for the very first time.

The 30-year-old Russian model made her runway debut for the lingerie Victoria’s Secret in a range of barely-there bras and see-through panties at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in Paris Wednesday evening. According to multiple sources, Irina kept her midriff covered up backstage, while she got runway ready. She also covered up on the runway.

The couple were romantically linked together in May 2015.

A source told E! News that starting a family together was already something Irina and Bradley were seriously considering, saying

“They both want kids one day and that’s been discussed between them. They have a huge attraction to each other between them and their personalities and their sexual energies. “You see them in a room and you immediately are in love with them as a couple.”

This will be the first child for both Irina and Bradley. Congrats!


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  Cool kicks are totally in right now but the big question is whether or not they are appropriate for wearing to work. The short answer...