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#Spotlight Ifunanya Paulinus | New Photography Project; CAPTIVE feat. Mitchell + A Photography Journal titled My Village People #IfyPhotography


About a week ago, Ifunanya dropped a series of photos for her project Captive featuring Mitchell. She described it as An exploration on repression, self identity and liberty.

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The second feature, her journal, is titled, “My Village People”. She describes it as “A SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHS SHOWCASING THE PEOPLE, ELEMENTS AND CULTURE FROM MY HOME TOWN”


At the beginning of this year I travelled to my parents home town and village which is in Enugu. I’m based in Lagos, Nigeria whereas my parents are originally from Enugu. My people are from a small village in Enugu which cannot even be found on the map. And during the holidays my family went visiting to celebrate the New Years with them. In my village town, the culture is so rich. The people vary from craftsmen to fishermen to dancers and market women. They perform these domestic works as their sole means of providing for themselves and their family. My series surrounds the members of my family’s generation and a few other members of the village. I have showcased some of these pieces with the one of my great grandmother getting acknowledged. Enjoy – Ifunanya Paulinus

Visit http://ifyphotography.vsco.co/journal/my-village-people to see the full series.

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#OOTD | Severe Nature Oversized Beast Flannel


There I was lusting over Severe Nature’s Spring 2015 “Into The Wild” collection and right after copped me a piece. The Red Oversized Beast Flannel! I had my friend Jay to help with taking the pictures and I was in love! See below😀


I paired it with a black mini bodycon dress and my favourite knee high boots!




Rumour has it that this piece is actually 30% off right now!😉 Go here to shop now!:)

Now, during the shoot, I took a couple random very playful videos and my friend/Graphic designer in the making Tee took these videos and created art! Video editing isn’t my strong suit, but with time, I’ll get better I promise lol😀

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Street Style Special | Sarah Abu Mamza #TORONTO


School: Ryerson university

Country: Nigeria

Program: Occupational Health and Safety

Describe your style(i.e what type of clothing are you into, and if you collect anything, what it is and why ?, where do you get your inspiration from ): I don’t have a specific style. If it looks nice then why not lol. I love clothes that make me look older.

What do you do for fun? I’m a very reserved person and i don’t really do much. I love watching series and taking pictures.

Favourite quote: I don’t have one. I like quite a lot, mostly inspirational ones.

What are you wearing ? 


Jacket – Topshop | Top – Armani Exchange | Jeans – American Apparel | Shoes – Zara

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Bando – Misguided | Jeans – Topshop | Shoes – Christian Louboutin

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Top – Misguided) |  Skirt – Mango | Shoe – Zara

Social Links 

Twitter: @Rakiyahh

Instagram: @Rakiya_

#OOTD Plaid and Denim | Dinner With The Girls @ Wacky Wings


Last weekend, I had a dinner date with the girls @ Wacky Wings downtown  and I decided dress up! I paired this high low chiffon plaid longsleeve from Ardene {here} with a high waist denim from Gojane {here} and a flower print pointy toe shoe from payless! I love plaid and I barely find them here, so when I saw this piece at Ardene, I got it and another type, they were having a buy one get the other one 50% off!!




Dinner time! :)

Meet the girls! Azuayi,Nalisha, Sandra and Sonia❤

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#AfricanFashion Style Me Ankara | Spring/Summer 2015 Collection; Ankara and White Orchid by Priscilla Boateng


Style Me Ankara is an online boutique that was established in 2014 by Priscilla Boateng. The boutique offers trendy African inspired clothing for the ethically conscious woman who wants to make a bold fashion statement. Together with skilled Ghanaian tailors and artisans, Style Me Ankara creates playful, distinctive and cultural clothing and accessories with a Western zing. Their mission is to support African artisans by providing a platform where emerging designers can market their creative designs to the world. To be the central hub of shopping activity for trendy cultured fashion enthusiast around the globe.

Style Me Ankara recently debuted its Spring/Summer 2015 collection at their upscale Soiree launch party on Saturday May 9th. Mississauga Business Enterprise Centre’s recipient of the Ontario Starter Company Grant, Priscilla Boateng, celebrated the ‘official’ launch of her e-commerce site, StyleMeAnkara.ca. “The Starter Company Program is an initiative designed to assist youth in Ontario start their business venture and for me it’s a dream that I’m grateful to have attained. The Program provided me with the necessary tools to launch a business I might not have otherwise felt I could,” explains Priscilla.


Style Me Ankara’s designs offer a spectacular expression of bold, exhilarating colours, hypnotic patterns and prints that are layered with meaning. The Spring/Summer 2015 collection, Ankara and White Orchid, was inspired by the bold and vibrant prints from Africa and the beauty of Spring.
Each garment in the Spring/Summer 2015 collection is hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship and luxurious textiles to create playful, distinctive and cultural clothing and accessories with a western zing.
StyleMeAnkara.ca will redefine traditional African clothing, layering modern and western touches to create timeless pieces and taking African clothing to a whole new level.
“I’m not one to wear traditional African clothing, so, I wanted to create a line where I could mix my favourite western fashion trends with bold African prints,” shares company Owner and Creative Director, Priscilla Boateng.
StyleMeAnkara.ca currently produces both ready-to-wear and made-to-order custom African print clothing and accessories for men and women. However, the men’s collection will come out later in 2015. Stay tuned!







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