Skinny Girl Shaming

This post will be unusually different from my previous posts as I dive into something more personal on a social advocacy level. I have a keen eye and an interest with social issues, advocacy, societal expectations and relations. As I write this, I will let you in on the new journey that the brand will…

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New Year, New Sparkle

Happy 2017! Each time the New Year rolls around, there is always a flair of excitement and positive energy all around. I spent the whole of yesterday (1 January 2017) on social media reading all the amazing New Year posts and videos. I was just taking it all in and embracing the joy as I…

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Highlights Of The Year 2016

#TheEvolution – it is always interesting to look back at the year and reflect on what it was. From goals attained to new adventures and looking forward to new beginnings or to minor setbacks that taught us a valuable lesson. I think with each New Year, we look to create a vessel of high hopes…

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The Business of Blogging

The Fashion Blogging Sphere in Zimbabwe I wanted to touch on the topic of the Business side of Fashion Blogging in Zimbabwe. In the past 4 years I have been blogging, the industry has significantly grown. With a fairly larger number of Fashion Bloggers in Zimbabwe as compared to when I started. With that a…

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Maddison Lane

I will begin by saying when I spotted the name “Maddison Lane” I was quite delighted. My mind quickly had a reminiscent of a fashion boulevard and with an “Old Hollywood Glamour mixed with a Modern Rendition”. Fashion icons such as Grace Kelly, Jackie O, Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Coco Chanel came to mind…

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7 Healthy Habits For Great Skin

7 Healthy Habits For Great Skin By Clare Oparo When it comes to skin care, we can get distracted by ingredients and products, forgetting the benefits of healthy skin care habits. Well, we shouldn’t. Consistent healthy skin habits are just as important as the products we use. Whether it comes to acne, dehydration or aging…

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Industria Clothing Collective

Built from industrial shipping containers, with a new take on style and modernity; Industria Clothing Collective is excitingly contemporary and eco-friendly towards the design interior and exterior. Housing both local, regional and international clothing brands and designers, Industria is premised on being a Designers Clothing Emporium that collectively combines quality fashion and a self-indulging atmosphere…

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The Hustler’s Market at Moto Republik

Welcome to The Hustler’s Market, Harare’s brand new monthly craft fair for young creatives and budding artisans who wish to find a platform to showcase their artistic goods, products and creations. The first Hustler’s Market launched in February, at Harare’s exciting new creative hub Moto Republik. The first Hustler’s Market was too cool, vibey and…

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Your Nude Colour Palette.

Understanding your basic colour tone, can add unimaginable value to your closet. The trend right now seems to centre on the muted style of nudes, black, browns, and blush tones. Two advantages about these colours is that they are easy to work with and add significance to that “I don’t have anything to wear type…

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Control Your Impulse Buying!

Earlier in the year, I was watching a video by Kenyan Radio and Media Personality, Caroline Mutoko. It came across to me at a time where the blog’s online store was at its inception stage. ”Stop buying RUBBISH!” was the opening sequence that caught my attention; to which I watched the video twice more just…

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Haus Of Stone

Pants were a big trend during the 2015 fashion season with Culottes, High Waisted Trousers and Palazzos. I would like to think Haus Of Stone by Danayi Chapfika captured the essence of the trend with the launch of her 2015 S/S Collection collaborating with The Prophet Lady. Titled EQLBRM, Danayi captured afro-futuristic crop tops, print…

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