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Asa : ELLE South Africa

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One of my favourite artist is in ELLE! This Soulful Nigerian/French Songstress has been recognized by CNN and is telling her story.

Here are some tracks that you should take a listen to: 20 more words

Asa Looking Gorgeous in Elle South Africa

‘She is named as one of Africa’s biggest artiste by CNN, Nigerian/French singer and songwriter’ This
were some of the words used to describe the ultra talented music star, Asa, as she graces one of the pages of Elle Magazine S.A. 34 more words

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Mr P X Lookbook

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Even though my week was a real hectic one, there was still time to get lost on Facebook. I must admit that Mr Price made me excited cause their Facebook Page was just adding more items to my must-have list due to their day-to-day outfit compositions. 241 more words

African print Dashiki's named Newest "it" for the fall

Last year, Elle magazine published an article announcing hot new trends, Timberland boots. Now they have declared the new ‘it’ item…dashikis. They say the tribal printed shirt, originating in West Africa, is the hottest new trend this season, hmmmmm. 24 more words

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'Elle Canada' Criticized For Calling Dashikis The 'Newest It-Item'

So this happened. Again.

Following in the footsteps of other major magazines that culturally appropriated and claimed to discover (commonly known as Christopher Columbus-ing) Black fashions or styles, … 245 more words

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Travel Essentials Review

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Tonight I thought I’d write a post about some products I recently got for my travels which are really useful and just generally quite essential. 508 more words

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Columbus-ing 101: Elle Canada Criticized For Calling Dashikis The “Newest It-Item”

Hey @ElleCanada is this a joke? We'll borrow the hashtag- #mycultureisnotcouture pic.twitter.com/wJaXayGmsM

— Media Diversified (@WritersofColour) August 20, 2015

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So this happened. Again.

Following in the footsteps of other major magazines that culturally appropriated and claimed to discover (commonly known as Christopher Columbus-ing) Black fashions or styles, …

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