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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 →

Artist and Curator Deolu Captures the Dilemma of many Creatives with Satirical Illustrations || We Need ‘Real’ Jobs

What is a ‘real’ job, is it simply one that pays the bills regularly or is it one where you are seen to be running helter skelter, and it seems like you are really working as you try to earn… Continue Reading →

TOP 10 STYLISTS TO FOLLOW

Why do we love celebrity looks so much? Why do we think actors’ wears are quite poise sometimes? Why do we just wish we dressed like the top dogs in the industry? Because there’s a brain behind each and every… Continue Reading →

What January Taught Me || Month in Review

I’m rather blue that I have to write my review of this month in a current state of pennilessness, when in fact the month started on a rather bright note. How did this happen, you say, you are about to… Continue Reading →

Ise Archives Reviews Lesley Arimah's "the future looks good" for the Debut of "Off the Shelf"

By Kunmi Ajani. “Off the shelf”, the debut event of ìse archives held on Saturday the 27th of January at the Institute of cultural studies, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, on a very beautiful note. It was scheduled to start by… Continue Reading →

3 Realistic Ways to Raise Money for Your Fashion Start Up in 2018

Many fashion enthusiast beam with bright ideas, designs and concepts, but sadly they are hindered in the early stages of their planning and strategy because of lack of start-up capital. If you have ever faced this challenge, repeatedly even, like… Continue Reading →

10 Best Notsopop-shots on Instagram This Week

Possibly, you were busy all week and didn’t have time for social media, no time to flip through Instagram. Not to worry, NSPK is here with our weekly Best 10 Streetstyle Inspirations on Instagram. Hope you find a streetstyle or… Continue Reading →

How You Can Use Fashion Collaborations to Augment Your Brand’s Voice

Collaboration in fashion comes in different approach and it’s becoming very much inevitable across the globe. Whether it’s within the industry; designer x designer, designer x jeweler/shoemaker or with another industry; designer x music/movie celebrity, designer x artist, really the… Continue Reading →

How Nigerian in Diaspora, Iziegbe Odigie is Using Afro Dance to Promote African Culture

Afro dance is undeniably in the ascendancy, in sophistication and in its many repertoires. Africans have always loved to dance and have their own unique perspective to the art. This varies from one culture to another; from the Atilogwu dance… Continue Reading →

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