‘Hope You Find Him’ || New series by Deolu

This body of work is a commentary on gender roles in the African society. It is an ongoing journey of self- discovery as an artist and a ‘man’. All my life, I’ve had people walk up to me and ask… Continue Reading →

Denola Grey, Rhoda Ebun inspire Budding Fashion Professionals at Lhaude Fashion Network Mentoring Session

Over the weekend, Lhaude Fashion Network hosted it’s much anticipated fashion mentorship program at Ibadan. On Saturday, March 17th, all was abuzz in Bodija, Ibadan as participants of the 2nd edition of Lhaude’s fashion network mentorship session anticipated the arrival… Continue Reading →

Afrofuturism – To a Nigerian

Before the lives and times of the King T’Challa and the people of Wakanda, before the release and subsequent successes of Black Panther, the existence of the word “Afrofuturism” had been confined to the fringes of popular cultural conversations. In… Continue Reading →

The Nigerian Girl Vans should Hire.

Style, as Seen through Alté Eyes

Alternative musicians [Alté musicians] have recently being enjoying a good share of media attention. This surge in popularity can be credited partly to its increased presence in cultural conversations which has been prompted by the relative successes of singles like… Continue Reading →

Streetwear Brand Wear Aque, stuns with “Black is Forever” and the “Conversation starter” Tees.

Wear Aque is a street wear fashion brand which focuses her designs on issues and concepts revolving around the youth lifestyle. Wear Aque is developed around the “cool” lifestyle of the brand’s mascot which is perceived to be a young… Continue Reading →


It saddens me that time flies. Some days, I wish the time could just be still, for the whole day. Other times, I wish it could fly faster than the ticking seconds. But it’s not about me today or anyone… Continue Reading →

Valentine In Retro Style: MARYMAII x Floyd Cardigan x Fash Visuals

Written by Victor Anunobi Do you remember the baggy jeans everyone wore years ago? The polka dots and pastels?  The vintage clothes with paisley designs? The timeless floor length gowns? Well, it’s another Valentine season and we at Fashion Online… Continue Reading →

Tandekile Mkize’s Ode to the Unapologetic African|| Do as I Please

‘Do As I Please’ is about mastering self-expression. It is an ode to the progression of the individual who chooses to do without doubt and is fearless in the pursuit of their dreams.   Creating this series came from a… Continue Reading →

Tips to Defining your Personal Style this Season

We all have our individually unique style and it’s the best thing to stand out from the norm. In our world, we can have about 5% of individuals having the same style, but it can’t entirely be the same. Something’s… Continue Reading →

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