Tuesday 11th of August 2020

Nairobi, Kenya

Exclusive Interview With Wacera Kieha Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger From Kenya

Posted On : August 17, 2018

Oscar Alochi


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Who takes your pics?

Wacera Kieha: @Anthony_kariuki. I recently got a camera and I working on my photography skills and I hope to taking my own photos soon.

How much time goes into a normal picture found on your Instagram account?

Wacera Kieha: I post photos from my blog’s shoots, which are already edited so, less than a minute should be enough. I am not a selfie person.

How can someone find you, your social media handles?
Wacera Kieha:
@WaceraKieha on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook/YouTube

@CeraAccessories on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook

Your most terrifying moment since being an influencer?

Wacera Kieha: I haven’t had one yet, and hope not to.

Tell us Something people don’t know about you?

Wacera Kieha: I am an extrovert who loves to keep her private life private.

What’s your best campaign you’ve ever worked on?

Wacera Kieha: I love each and every campaign I have worked on, because I put so much into them. Though, I love Cake Festival a lot, I love cakes.

Any future collaboration with fashion influencers from Kenya and Africa

Wacera Kieha: I have done several and am looking for more influencers for collaborations. Hit me up if interested.

Has anyone, or anything, in particular inspired your creativity and artistic passion for blogging?

Wacera Kieha: My love for b/vlogging comes from my love for media. I get my inspiration from my daily life: places and people. I hope to do more in that space: tell people’s stories.

Fashion can be influenced by environment we live in how would you describe your style do you wear as per the type of weather your experience and how does this impact your style?

Wacera Kieha: Over the years I have defined my style and it is slowly becoming a classic which I love. I am not a trends person so, I wear different pieces during different weather seasons and occasions, but you can still see my style in each.

Fashion Fades, Style Remains. Coco Chanel

Your closing remarks and advice to someone who would like to start a fashion blogger in Kenya and Africa

Wacera Kieha: Just start. You will figure out the rest on the way.

Content Courtesy Of  Wacera Kieha & Nairobi Fashion Hub 

Oscar Alochi