“We close out our June Special Anniversary/Model Edition 2011 by taking a look at the African Fashion Model and her contributions to the Western and global fashion industry. The global fashion industry has undergone an evolution like no other. Where has the African model been? As the West experimented with[...]
It has been quite a while we have spotted Supermodel Oluchi in any editorial work or campaign. We are glad to see the Supermodel is back in front of the camera. Her latest is a catalog shoot for Nordstrom. Check out a few pictures.
Supermodel Oluchi graces the cover of July edition of Flair magazine. Flair Magazine a new publication owned by Bola Atta, former Editor-in-Chief of True Love West Africa, also features three Nigerian women entrepreneurs who take the reigns of their mothers’ businesses.
G. Kofi Annan, an occassional contributor to Ladybrillemag.com writes on his blog Annansi Chronicles his experience at Columbia University’s African Econmic Forum 2010. The forum covered many interesting topics but one we really had our eye on was the panel “African Fashion Going Global.” The Panel Synopsis- With the FIFA World Cup[...]
Supermodel Oluchi will be a panelist at Columbia University’s 7th Annual African Economic Forum. The event will be held at Columbia University in New York City and takes place from March 26th-27th, 2010. “African Fashion Going Global” With the FIFA World Cup being hosted in South Africa this year, it[...]
Supermodel Iman, Oluchi and South African fashion designer David Tlale will be among the handful of judges judging MNET Face of Africa’s finale which will be held in Lagos, Nigeria on February 6th, 2010. Other judges include Josie Borain (South Africa’s first Supermodel), John Kaveke (Kenya’s leading designer), Nduka Obaigbena[...]
Supermodel Iman joins Supermodel Oluchi in partnering with MNET’s Face of Africa Model Competition. Iman officially endorsed the competition late last month and her company IMAN Cosmetics will be the official make-up supplier of the newly launched 17 part series, which culminates in a finale in Lagos, Nigeria in February[...]
Face of Africa, the model competition responsible for the debut of Nigeria’s Supermodel Oluchi Onweabga-Orlandi, Botswana’s Kaone Kario, Namibia’s Venantia Otto and Ghana’s Kate Tachie-Menson gears up for a new season to find the next Face of Africa. The event will travel across the continent with the finale to be[...]
It was one full week of some of the most spectacular fashions across the continent of Africa. Arise Africa Fashion Week made a grand entrance and also ended in a grand way with the first ever Arise Africa Fashion Awards. USA R &B singer R. Kelly was part of the[...]
Supermodel Oluchi, Ajuma Nasanyana, Millen Magese and Kate Tachie-Menson are some of the names that will be struting down the runway at the 1st Annual Arise Africa Fashion Week which begins Friday, June 12 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.Other international African and non-African models are expected from the[...]
For Immediate Release WEST AFRICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL STEPS INTO THE HEART OF AFRICA (NIGERIA) FOR 3 CASTINGS IN 3 MAJOR CITIES ON MONDAY, MARCH 9 IN PORT HARCOURT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 IN ABUJA AND ON SATURDAY, MARCH 14 2009 IN LAGOS NEW YORK, NY February 27, 2009 – The[...]
The Africans invaded New York Fashion Week and brought a whole lot of attitude with them, thanks to ThisDay/Arise Magazine! We take you backstage with some exclusive photos from the event. More coverage to come both in pictures, words and Ladybrille TV. Oh, you don’t know me? Me! Allow me[...]
Scouting for New York City, West Africa’s Next Top Model, will be on Jan 24, 2009 at the 28th Street Studio: Location 34 W. 28 Street New York, NY 10001 5th Floor Time 9a to 5p. Applicants must be of West African heritage to qualify. Good luck!
For Immediate Release WEST AFRICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL WILL SCOUT FOR MODELS IN LONDON ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 17 2009 AND IN NEW YORK CITY ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 24 2009 NEW YORK, NY January 13, 2009 – The West Africa’s Next Top Model show scheduled to begin production in Africa in[...]