What to be for Halloween? Beyoncé's recent Halloween posts has at the time of preparing this blog post, a total of 2, 819, 688 likes on Instagram. For Halloween, the music star payed homage to Toni Braxton by channeling the singer's 1993 look on the cover of "Another Sad Love Song". "Another Sad Love Song"… Continue reading Halloween Special: Beyoncé et Phoni Braxton
This fashion and photography editorial is by Nigerian photographer, Tope Adenola of @tope_horpload; handcrafted accessories designer, Yvette Nicole Nkhoma of @two.in.one.accessories; model and poet, Manka John; and makeup artist, Grâcïé Chërìé Máls of @cherie_mals. The editorial features the works of these artists, will emphasis on showcasing the handcrafted, beaded and metallic jewelry works of Yvette… Continue reading Where Photography Meets Accessories
Wanni Fuga's clothings are simple, have class and style. The Nigerian brand's series of new releases embody the brand's signature style. The Nabir set, the Dary wrap set, the Twist dress, the Kano sets, PJ, Buba, Pina sets all include restocked pieces and entirely new releases. The collection makes a great look for the office,… Continue reading New Month, New Pieces
No one could tell me where my Soul might be, I searched for God, but God eluded me. I sought my brother out, and found all three. —Ernest H. Crosby. This image does not belong to BeliJose's Fashion Hauz.
The Curvy Life is known for its plus-sized dresses. They are different. The label creates and brings to life, some of what plus sized women see in magazines. Time after time, the Curvy Life has continued to astound customers, investors and designers with their designs. For the Glitz African Fashion Week, The Curvy Life highlights… Continue reading The Curvy Life
This was shared on Instagram by @commonsensefashion. It's a DIY video tutorial showing a cool way of wearing wigs to achieve frontals with your natural hair. The video was made by @caro_losada. Watch below:
In our world, we sometimes find something that is quite out of the ordinary, like a traditional Japanese robe in a wedding instead of a white wedding gown. When I see weddings between Nigerians and other nationals, I often wonder what goes on in their minds when they see and wear our Aso-ebi, Agbada or… Continue reading Beautifully Different