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Iman Rocks in New York Times’ T Magazine

Iman T Magazine

Supermodel is never one to look less than fashionable. The fashion/beauty mogul and host of Canada’s Next Top Model, franchise of ANTM looks absolutely fabulous in this recent shot in New York’s Time T Magazine. Catch our interview featuring Iman here.

Dola Billz "Pu Yanga," LadybrilleNigeria Style Star

Dola Billz (Dola) has a deeply passionate and almost restless energy about him, an energy that is at once rebellious as it is creative. This energy insists on being free to communicate his ideas and creativity ranging from political to just plain pop culture, to the world. Indeed Dola’s need to freely express himself to…

Celestina 'Omoge' Aladekoba, LadybrilleNigeria Style Star

You probably saw her yesterday at the 2009 American Music Awards performing with Jennifer Lopez (J-Lo) but in case you missed her, we give you a front row seat to Celestina Aladekoba in our coveted LadybrilleNigeria Style Star feature. Twenty five year old Nigerian-American Celestina Aladekoba is a dancer and choreographer whose real star power…

Help Maimah Karmo Win $25,000 as L’Oreal Paris Woman of Worth

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Maimah Karmo should be a household name for you our Ladybrille loyal readers. We have featured her too many times to count because she keeps doing things that are newsworthy and highly important for women. We mentioned not too long ago that L’Oreal Paris awarded Maimah Karmo, among a handful of phenomenal women, the prestigious Women…

The Mariah Carey “Precious” Interview

Mariah

Forget the JFK assassination, I can actually remember where I was the first time I heard that beautiful voice so many moons ago. I was sitting on a hilltop, high above a sprawling dairy farm, having a picnic with a friend who played “Make It Happen” for me on a big boom box which echoed…

Gabby Sidibe, Gabby’s Precious Gabfest Interview

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GABOUREY “Gabby” SIDIBE was born in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn in 1983 to R&B/Gospel singer Alice Tan Ridley, and Ibnou Sidibe, a cab driver from Senegal. After her parents separated, Gabby was raised in Harlem by her mother who supported the family by teaching Special Ed and by singing in the subway.