Featuring designers Sai Sankoh, A.Au and Ruks á la Mode, on this edition of trend roundup we see flowing, wearable and unique dresses making a comeback in a big way this Spring/Summer 2019. Pictured left: Sai Sankoh's Florence Gown Kaftan ($795) Pictured Right: A.Au's The Mandarine Dress ($135) These designers have incorporated soft pinks, corals and oranges into their
British-Nigerian designer, Duro Olowu, who is known for his unique ability to combine patterns and textiles that draw inspiration from his Nigerian roots, announced his epic collaboration with beauty stallion, Estée Lauder, and the hashtag #EsteexDuro is now trending on Twitter. In their own words, “this limited collection celebrates freedom of expression and embraces individuality with curated shades
Rihanna Makes History AGAIN with new Fenty Collection It is the same way, Belcalis “Cardi B” Almanzar and Kiari “Offset” Cephus were never going to name their offspring, “Megan” or “Kate” or “Taylor,” you know? We never really expected Rihanna to come out with anything that could be directly compared with what is currently on the market. Rihanna has
Swedish-Eritrean designer Selam Fessahaye was my fashion week favourite. For only debuting in 2018 she’s created such a cohesive collection with impressive elements within every look. I can see this brand going very far internationally, once it establishes.