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Posts tagged with ‘africa’

  • Stella Jean Fall 2014 Collection

    By admin on February 26, 2014
    Stella Jean steals our hearts again with her Bold Patterns and Cultural Vibes. It is easy to see the influences from African and Asian Countries, and she manages to capture the strength of both continents while balancing it with the beauty that people overlook. Straight-line silhouettes are balanced by  cinched waists and thicker fabric still has the mobility of silk […]
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  • Photo Series: Akuol De Mabior In The Namibia Desert

    By SP on December 14, 2012
    Love this photo series by renowned South African photographer Alexa Singer. It features the gorgeous and flawless Sudanese model in the Namibian desert. Enjoy…x
  • Stylish Modern Steel-Framed Home in South Africa

    By SP on October 29, 2012
    In love with this residence located in a secluded forest with amazing views in Johannesburg, South Africa. The two bedrooms, open plan living room and bathroom all open up to the natural scenery with the help of floor-to-ceiling windows.
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  • Edun Trench + Boho Blouse + Boyfriend Cargo Pants

    By SP on April 13, 2012
    Sick as a dog, glad it’s the weekend so I can get some rest (I hope). It has been a tad windy in LA, and all I want to do is crawl back in bed, eat junk food and watch re-runs of “Three’s Company”. Wearing: Trench jacket – gifted to my by EDUN. Outnet has a similar version (by Edun) […]
  • Jewel By Lisa SS 2012 Vintage Love Collection

    By SP on November 28, 2011
    I’m obsessed with Jewel by Lisa‘s Spring Summer 2012 collection and her genius pairing of lush and colorful prints on prints. As the Africa Fashion International Designer of the year winner, Lisa Folawiyo takes us on a voyage back to Nigeria in the 60’s. A time characterized by independence and growth, a time of change and promise. With the emergence […]
  • Vogue Australia Goes To Africa – December 2011 Issue

    By SP on November 4, 2011
    I’m obsessed with this editorial spread and wardrobe in the December 2011 issue of Vogue Australia, where the magazine goes to Africa with photographer Max Doyle for stories inspired by African Fashion and landscapes. Gorgeous pieces from designers such as Diane von Furstenberg, Emilio Pucci, Burberry Prorsum and Giorgio Armani. Love the scenery, colors, patterns….everything. Enjoy…xx Related articles Gisele Bundchen […]
  • Edun Live Tee + Support Horn of Africa Drought Relief Efforts

    By SP on October 17, 2011
    Here’s another soccer mom outfit from this weekend. This one is super comfortable. As some of you know, I have been collaborating with the Edun. I am passionate about the brand and what they stand for. Part of it is the whole idea behind the tee I have on. It is 100% made in Africa. All proceeds from the sale […]
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  • Made in Africa: Jewel By Lisa Spring 2012 Collection

    By SP on September 27, 2011
    It was great fun to watch the Made in Africa Arise Show at NYFW live from my computer. Job well done to Arise Magazine for making this possible. Hope you have enjoyed the designers featured. We are finishing off with Jewel by Lisa. The first brand/designer to embellish the ankara fabric (printed) with sequins, swarovski crystals and beads. Her use […]
  • Made in Africa: Lanre Da Silva Ajayi Spring 2012 Collection

    By SP on September 27, 2011
    Another favorite from Made in Africa Arise Show during NYFW,  LDA also known as Lanre Da Silva Ajayi is known for her structured vintage pieces. She mostly draws inspiration from 40s and 50s couture. I love her use of lace here. The color palettes, embroidered pieces and shapes are beautiful. My favorites are (1st row – pic 3 & 4), […]
  • Made in Africa: Asibelua Spring 2012 Collection

    By SP on September 27, 2011
    Today, we are shining the spotlight on three of our favorite designers that showed at NYFW Made in Africa by Arise Magazine. It is important to note that all the designers were outstanding and creative. However, we are featuring the three that stood out most to us. Starting with Fati Asibelua, who’s signature design aesthetic mixes traditional African patterns with […]