Every guy should own a cashmere or sweater that looks this hot. lool, On a more serious note, i like guys that can dress up in a suit and also look as hot when they are dressed down. Ladies, invest in your man, buy him one. Here are some pieces to look out for when selecting one in a store.
wow, lagos is at it again and these are favorite designers to watch out for.
Omoyemi Akerele, founder of LFDW and Style House Files, a creative
agency focused on African fashion. Akerele has been at the helm of
bringing Lagos to the global stage. Says Akerele, “The LFDW platform
provides opportunities for both young and established designers.”
of LFDW’s most exciting young designers, Maki Osakwe, revealed her Maki
Oh spring/summer 2014 collection in her hometown, after a critically
acclaimed showing at New York Fashion Week. She uses traditional adire
printing—an indigo tie-dye technique from southwestern Nigeria—on sassy
fringe aprons and sleek secretary pencil skirts. It’s a statement on the
ever-shifting roles of African women in a rapidly modernizing society.
All of Maki Oh’s prints are homegrown in Nigeria, a major trend among
designers at LFDW
Maki Oh is a commentary on women’s constantly shifting roles in society,
drawing on themes of “emotion, intuition, sex, and fashion.” Notes from
her spring/summer 2014 collection, called Iya-Ile, read like a poem.
Lisa Folawiyo was at the forefront of bringing Ankara fabrics into the
luxury market. Her signatures are wearable, feminine silhouettes, luxe
fabrics, and eclectic prints.
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If your boo hasn't been visiting this blog, then its high time you invite him over cos we are bringing new style tips from all over the net just for you. Welcome to our Men's corner. The Suit When it comes to interview attire, the suit is king. In the
corporate/business world, wearing a suit is standard practice across the
board, so wearing one to your interview is the obvious choice: it shows
you understand your situation and that you respect your potential
employer. Plus, a man will never look better than he does in a
well-tailored suit, fact. If ever in doubt, wear a suit. Stick to
classic navy, black or grey and you can’t go wrong.
I’m sure some people will argue that this is far too
safe, but I personally think the worst thing you can do at an interview
is come across as arrogant. Wearing something that makes too much of a
statement suggests that you completely misunderstand the aforementioned
corporate situation. For instance, a bold window pane check might
look fantastic at your mate’s wedding, but in the interview room you’ll
stick out like a sore thumb. It is for this reason that I would also
suggest avoiding double-breasted cuts and three-pieces. Here are some of my pieces:
The bob is a cute, fun and trendy haircut for every face. if you are scared of trying a new hairstyle that wouldn't fit you, i can assure you that the bob fits everyone. its still in trend and of course its chic.
T2T Segment is here again. *whoop whoop, ladies grab your heels, we've got some work to do. All you need for this piece of wonder is your nail polish, cleaning liquids, a clothe or rag and if your not the patient type, a bigger painting brush.