In the Congolese capital of Brazzaville, there lives a community known as the “Sapeurs”. Their dynamic sense of style takes inspiration from the traditionally stunning bright colors of their home country, and that of their former European colonialists.
Two worlds come together in the form of dress,
She’s a girl by the way. Terra. From Wolverhampton.
There’s something so fresh about cultural integration, particularly when such a mergence takes place aesthetically within a sphere of clothing. When colours and textures and customs and styles come together, on equal level, to tell an array of stories in pain, struggle, opportunity and triumph.
I love it. I love
Fashion Forward’s season 2 came and went like an “all types of wear” whirlwind of wonderful. An organized frenzy of collective talent on display over-drive, presented to the masses in exquisite form. Already, inarguably, the Middle East’s perfectly produced fashion platform… Too perfect, almost.
“Oh? How’s that?”
Well, a stage
One often finds it hard to rate Kim Kardashian, but this… well, hats off. Nicely done.
Actually, more accurately, hats off to God, for creating that face.
Stephen Rolland, HIA magazine and the team, for this rather on-point concept.
And finally, all involved designers, for all that incredible attire.
Who goes from a wedding in Montego Bay to another matrimonial affair in Ascot within a space of 36 hours whilst having to change outfits and hurriedly apply make-up in the car? Me. The explanation: After a music-filled first half of 2013′s summer segment, it was off to Jamaica for
Glowork, the Middle East’s first organization dedicated to female employment, has just annouced its acquisition from Saudi-based investors SAS Holding. A significantly impressive one too. $16 million, actually. Sincerity in belief so superbly applied.
Since its inception in 2011, Glowork’s introduced thousands of Saudi women