Interview: Adamu Waziri, Creator of Bino & Fino

Bino and Fino is a new edutainment cartoon featuring a Nigerian family- a brother and sister who live with their grandparents and have lots of adventures together. The cartoon has been getting more popularity and showtime, and we’ve been fortunate enough to get a ‘behind the scenes’ view of the show and it’s making by…

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Gabz Inc: The Journey

GaBz stands for Genuine African Brandz. Gabz is an impressive entertainment company based in the UK that focuses on event management/consultancy and talent promotion. They ‘aim to promote Africa and the Caribbean, highlighting the culture and virtues of the developed African-Caribbean community through entertainments and media facilities.” I love that they focus on showcasing the…

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Culture and Nature from Adey Thani

The world is changing. Every day, we see the effects on climate change and our normal unsustainable environmental practices (like waste accumulation) on the weather and on our lives. People are slowly but surely realizing that we need to do things different for our one precious Earth to still be around and well for our…

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Sacred Beauty from Lola Maja

Lola Maja is a renown name in makeup artistry in Nigeria. She has got a wide array of experiences over 16 years. In addition to make up, she is a qualified beauty and holistic massage therapist. She has worked with several major cosmetic companies. She is also a personal makeup shopper. (We don’t have many…

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A Lady from Meena

It is evident that Uju Offiah, the creative director of Meena, is a lady. From Meena’s debut collection called Silver Shadow, the brand can be associated with class, glamour, timelessness and grace – all the things that personify a true lady. “The Meena lady can be defined as adventurous and conservative”. It seems like adventure…

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Eccentric Creativity from Kem Kem Studios

Kem Kem Studios is a truly creative and original fashion label. The brand is well known for its extensive use of color and eccentric mix of fabric. Their pieces feature edgy and unique blazers which I especially love. Fabrics usually used include lace, prints, jersey and aso-oke. These fabrics are mixed together so creatively that…

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Minimalism Art from Bridget Awosika

Bridget Awosika is arguably the Queen of minimalism in Nigeria. The fashion label has won several awards, including the Future Award for Designer of the Year in 2011. Their pieces are fresh and such a difference from the usual fashion labels in Nigeria. The label has one of the few truly modern designs around. The…

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