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Africa’s Finest Films Screened at London Festival

The return of dapper, gun-wielding Daniel Craig in the latest installment of the James Bond franchise has dominated the headlines and cinemas in the UK. But London-based film lovers had also other reasons for joy as they were, once again, treated to the finest African flicks at a film festival that has...

Why we're hot for Herieth

Born in Dar-es-Salaam, a 14-year old Herieth Paul moved to Canada to be soon discovered by a local model agency. Two years later Elle Canada placed Herieth on the cover of their July 2011 issue, saying: "Naomi… Move over! Why we're hot for Herieth!"

Fall 2015: best and worst campaigns in terms of diversity

We’ve read The Fashion Spot’s annual diversity report and it couldn’t get any more disappointing than that: 460 fashion print ads featured only 6.2% of asian models, 4.4% - black and 1.7 - Latina. The rest of the whopping 84.7% were white. 

Moshanyana: Journey To The Centre Of Capricorn

Moshanyana (2013) is part of a three film sequence entitled Journey To The Centre of Capricorn directed by Rui Tenreiro, a Mozambican author, illustrator and art director. Here is a short interview with him.

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