Editor’s Note: Splurging on African Designers + A Need for Innovation in Africa’s Fashion Industry!

There was a time the world and especially Africans would not be caught dead in an African designer outfit. A person who wore an African designer label was considered less cultured and an easy prey by the upwardly mobile snobbish lot. You could be “Proudly Gucci, Versaci, Prada,” but “Proudly[...]

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Clutch Magazine Profiles Ladybrille Woman of the Month Nana Keita!

Clutch Magazine the online authority for fashion and lifestyle coverage for African-American women profiles Nana Keita, our current Ladybrille Woman of the Month as their Model Muse. “Why We Love Her: The perfect combination of long gams, striking complexion and perfect pout makes this Malian beauty nothing short of exquisite.[...]

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MBONG Amata -Black Gold Struggle for Niger Delta Film Star- Covers Ladybrille Magazine April 2011 Film Edition

Majority of the talents in Nollywood (the second largest film producing industry in the world) act in numerous films and then go about their businesses. There are no threats (death) to their lives and families that require they flee the country, just because they choose to tell the Nigerian story.[...]

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