What is African identity? And what does it mean for modern women today? Content producer and photographer Nombuso Kosazana posed this question to several women from Johannesburg, South Africa and this is what they had to say.
Fashion is evolving at a rate many of us find hard to keep up with. We’ve made a list of a few African diaspora bloggers who are ahead of the trends and making some bold fashion choices.
Wizkid, Diamond Platnumz, Black Coffee and others, were not the only winners of AFRIMA 2016. Front and center at the event which brought the whole of Africa together, were the dresses that adorned the red carpet.
Young, stylish, rich and talented, DJ Cuppy – named so because of her love for cupcakes – is a rising star to watch. She is unapologetically African and for that reason and more, she’s our woman crush this Wednesday.
The head wrap has come a long way from being exclusively worn by African women at traditional ceremonies. Head scarves or “the doek” have evolved into statement pieces for any chic African-inspired outfit.
In just five short months, two South African women have made waves on social media with the pop up market: Doek On Fleek. And for those unfamiliar with the term “on Fleek” is millennial talk, meaning cool.