I have travelled before to Victoria Falls, but for the first time it was not because of tagging along my mom’s trip – my own savings, my own agenda…I mean I worked for this money so WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG??!….
Apparently…quite a bit. Continue reading “Journey to the JVFCarnival at Mosi-Oa-Tunya (Part I)”
HARARE – Last week, the first week of September annually is when Zimbabwe Fashion Week was held. Due to work commitments and plainly being hijacked to attend another event on the opening day, I could only attend the one day. But I was not feeling well, so I only was there for a brief moment. In terms of the event and how it turned out. … Continue reading Robin at Zimbabwe Fashion Week 2015
I am clumsy with headlines forgive me but this is a love post to Ndau. WOW I missed the show unfortunately (reason is it is so complicated being a student). At Zimbabwe Fashion Week Ndau debuted a runway show. They showed Harare that Victoria Falls is the town of creatives. Photos speak of all the magnificent show they had. Also accessories for Ammara Brown who … Continue reading I LOVE you @Ndau_jewelry! There I said it!
South African designer, philanthropist and concept specialist Gavin Rajah will headline this year’s Zimbabwe Fashion Week on Saturday 31st August 2013 @21.00. Rajah, who is also a UNICEF Goodwill ambassador has featured in numerous international publications. Rajah has dressed some of the worlds most sought after celebrities and personalities and showcased at international fashion weeks. His collection will be showing at Zimbabwe Fashion Week 2013. … Continue reading #ZFWSeries VII: Gavin Rajah COLLECTION at #ZFW2013
The current rave so far is African print clothing! Not only has pages been famous for posting these pictures, designers in Zimbabwe have taken this opportunity. These include Zuvva, by Joyce Chimanye, fashion designer and top Zimbabwean brand. As well as the new kids on the fashion block Tanya Mushayi (Diesel + EDUN feature) and MUCHA by Editor of JEWEL. Tsitsi. This trend has caught … Continue reading #ZFWSeries VI: Urban Africentric Men’s Fashion #ZWAGGA
As the ZFWSeries continues an iconic symbol of class and glamour is the Little Black Dress. Coco Chanel coined the phrase, this piece also came alive by the classic Audrey Hepburn “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” movie. One thing is for certain this staple works, all the time! Exactly how this LBD can fit for an Africentric look is by big bold statement neckpieces. This post was … Continue reading #ZFWSeries V: The “Little Black Dress” RELOADED
Maybe you were living under a rock, but Beyonce’s hair made more of a buzz than Ms. Keri Hilson’s hair, Rihanna’s red hair although not as major as Michelle Obama’s bangs. Moral of the story, HAIRSTYLE choices are conversations amongst women of African heritage. However this post is pro choice, African hair is versatile and can be a pleasure whether natural, permed or relaxed, short, … Continue reading #ZFWSeries IV: 2013 Hairstyle trends to try!!