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Ajak Deng for Numero China

Numéro China November issue 2012 highlights smooth autumn colors and eye-catching ethnic prints with a fashion spread featuring Ajak Deng.

Junk Couture

A South Florida McDonald’s franchise recently challenged fashion students from Miami International University of Art and Design to create a collection using just McDonald’s signature packaging. As a result came 20 pieces, that left the crowd hungry for Big Macs and fries. 

“Africa, this one is for you!”

Angolan supermodel Maria Borges made history at the Victoria’s Secret show, when instead of long and bouncy waves - the most common hairstyle for the underwear brand defilés, she wore her hair short and natural. “Being yourself is the right thing to do”, she said and internet exploded with pr

Supermodels from Africa, whose Instagrams you should start following now. Part I

Chances are you already know such African stunners as Liya Kebede and Alek Wek. Not only their faces appear in top ad campaigns on a regular basis, but their presence in Social Media is one to copy.

Uniqlo will sell hijabs

Uniqlo is famous for numerous collaborations with high-end designers like Jil Sander and big fashion names like Carine Roitfeld, but what usually goes unnoticed is that the Japanese casual wear retailer sometimes teams up with smaller brands too. Tomorrow it will launch a special modest wear collection, created with internet personality-turned-designer, Hana Tajima

A LADY IN THE STREETS

The music's most awaited tour kicks off in Miami. Expensive special effects, intensely extravagant outfits, complex choreography, - a mighty union, Beyonce and Jay Z, has one more time proved to be Queen and King of the world's pop scene. 

No more photoshop

A new women's magazine changes the industry game and stands out to fight for crows feet and freckles of their models. Verily's policy says "no more Photoshop! Average women's beauty should be celebrated - not shamed, changed or removed".