Neon Trend – The highlight- Esimbi magazine.
I am a colorful character you already know. From my room to my workspace, reflects everywhere .
Fluorescent and neon are this year’s big trends and It just continuously reinventing itself.
I am nowhere near a trend follower, but for this shoot, I teamed up with Ezinne who is currently one of the best choreographers in London.
Working with the likes of Tiwa Savage
who recently won Best African Act
at the MTV
Awards singer of the year.
She has also worked with Davido, Drake and is former members of the CEO dancers. (if you remember them from Britain Got Talent) .
I remember watching them dance for the first time at the BEEFTA Awards which was also the first ceremony of that kind I was attending. Way before my fashion days
( Ahhh… How time flies and changes!!)
And who knew that years later, our creative paths will cross.
So, both of us being East London girls. It only came naturally for us to shoot in East.
Our makeup was done by Alicia, a makeup artist who was so attentive throughout the shoot. And shot by OJOMO Photography
We were also published in ESIMBI MAGAZINE for the Summer issue.
So, if you are feeling the trend, this is not the time to be shy. Go ahead and jump on the neon and let me know how that works for you.
When thinking of new ways to wear African prints for all seasons,
wearing the usual Ankara dress in Autumn will not just cut it. So wearing a bag made of it seems more like a sensible idea.
Living in London and finding New ways to wear African prints for all seasons is not an easy task.
Ankara is still a very seasonal fabric, which is why Africans in Africa can easily wear it all year round thanks to the beautiful tropical weather. Unlike in Europe, and precisely the UK where we somehow end up with 9 months of cold weather. View Post
Fashion for Africa competition and pop up;
The pop up was last Friday in the popular China Town. It was all about Discovering African designers and creatives at the one-day event in the heart of the West End. With the entry being free, it meant: shopping to the max, networking with fellow artists, and entertainment at the African themed reception. View Post
Wax prints film: Is what we call African fabric really African?
The documentary I filmed with Aiwan Obinyan Wax prints film: Is what we call African fabric really African? Is currently touring at movies festivals around Uk and soon internationally. And last Sunday it first aired at Bradford movie festival(Hooray!) View Post