Are you a rebel when it comes to fashion? Do you follow the rules? Or, do you make your own rules? I’m a little bit of both. I follow some rules and then I make some of my own. I’ve always been a stiletto kind of girl. It dates back to my childhood and how I attributed femininity to wearing high heels. Twenty years later, 95% of the shoes in my closet are heels. I own three pairs of sneakers and that’s about it. Heels aren’t comfortable. Some are but most
Ever wanted to be a fly on the wall? We’re all born with an innate curiosity, Nigerians call it ‘amebo’ but it’s a perfectly normal human phenomenon. One of the most interesting things you find out about others is what they do or say when they think no one is watching. Here is a list of things women do when they think no one is watching Pretend you’re not hungry when you’re out on a date by ordering a plate of salad but wolf down two and a half
Fashion is art. That’s what I think. Much like art, fashion can be a form of self-expression. And even though fashion cannot be displayed in a frame like art, it can be linked to a certain period in time, just like art. International designers, Prada, Oscar De La Renta, Dior and Versace are some of the few designers that have taken the ‘fashion is art’ concept quite literally. From Versace’s 1991 print featuring Warhol’s Marilyn to Prada’s feminist pop art, these designers are taking fashion and art to a whole new
“You’re an influencer”. “Aargh, I hate that word!” “But that is what you are. You are no longer just a ‘blogger’, you have influence, and you influence people’s buying decisions”. This is the exchange I had with a friend of mine a few months ago who is a beauty and mommy blogger/vlogger/influencer with thousands of following on social media. Who or what is an influencer? An influencer is a person who is capable of influencing a consumer’s purchase decision. An influencer is typically someone with a massive social media following.