Saturday 26th of September 2020

Nairobi, Kenya

A Slay Queens’ Guide To Etiquette

A Slay Queens’ Guide To Etiquette

A Slay Queens’ Guide To Etiquette will help you manoeuvre through awkward situations. You always need to stay ahead of the curve and be ready for anything. She might be rough around the edges but she knows that if she plays the part then everything will fall into place. She knows that etiquette is lacking […]

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Viola Davis Grace Vanity Fair Magazine July/August Cover

Viola Davis Grace Vanity Fair Magazine July/August Cover

The Oscar and Emmy winner overcame long odds to make it in Hollywood. Then the real work began. During the fraught, emotional days after the killing of George Floyd, Viola Davis wanted, more than anything, to be out on the streets of Los Angeles, shouting, protesting, holding a sign. She wanted to join the thousands of others who flooded cities across the nation and around the world to call for justice for Floyd and all the other Black men and ...

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Unearthing Fabrics: Denim

Unearthing Fabrics: Denim

Unearthing Fabrics is a new series that looks at the history of your favourite fabrics before you started wearing them on your backs. Smooth. Versatile. Rough. Indigo Dye. HISTORY The word denim originates from a fabric created in a French town called ‘Nimes’. Then, it spread and reached an Italian city called ‘Genoa’ but the […]

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Unearthing Fabrics: Spandex

Unearthing Fabrics: Spandex

Unearthing fabrics is a new series that looks at your favourite garments before you started wearing them. Today, we’re looking at Spandex however it can also be called Lycra or Elastane. It’s a wonder garment with endless possibilities. HISTORY OF SPANDEX Rock & roll musicians liked wearing tight pants, made of spandex and this helped […]

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Jackson Tukei Malinga is Seizing Every Opportunity! One on One Interview

Jackson Tukei Malinga is Seizing Every Opportunity! One on One Interview

The most challenging experience I’ve had so far came during my pageantry days. You know I was Mr. MADs. What happened was; I underwent serious depression over a competition for which, I think I was judged unfairly. Having invested in it most of my time and all my savings, things did not turn out as was expected. I had to act like everything was fine, yet deep inside I was breaking down. This is the first time I am ...

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