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Maki Oh's AW15 Collection Is Here!


As has been well documented, I love Maki Oh. I cannot think of a single designer on the continent, or indeed globally whose work better embodies my love of shape, textiles and understated style. 312 more words


Long for Home: Day 21

March 22, 2015 – Sunday

Today’s outfit features an orange, gold and black aso oke wrapped around my waist and tied on my head. I’ll talk more about aso oke fabric tomorrow. 384 more words

Long For Home Series

Long for Home: Day 18

(March 18, 2015)

I had spent 3.5 episodes of my Korean Drama twisting my hair the night before so this was a gele (AKA head-tie) type of day. 183 more words

Long For Home Series

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Vogue Fashion Diary

Throughout the month of March, Vogue UK is featuring Nigerian feminist, novelist and short story writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s fantastic sense of style on their website’s ‘Today I’m Wearing’ column. 132 more words


#LBCasualFriday|From Crops To Slits To Skin-fits...

I get fussy when I don’t have any idea about what to wear for an emergency evening outing. Do you???

Hey! It’s another beautiful Friday!!!!! TGIF!!!

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REVIEW: WeizDhurm Franklyn Pre-Fall 2015.

Pre-Fall collections, the companion ‘season’ (if you will) to Resort collections are always tricky to pull off. This because the collection has to ultimately serve as a segue between the warm months and the cool months and stay practical for both. 884 more words


Tiny Beautiful Things: Vogue Paris Doll Editorial January 2015

I have always loved editorials that tried to capture the aesthetic of a brand instead of a collage of brands all mashed together, so when I saw the photos from an editorial in the January 2015 Vogue Paris, featuring Magdalena Frackowiak and Elisabet Erm shot by Italian photographer Giampaolo Sgura, I couldn’t hide my joy. 124 more words