We ladies of Fab Four Fashion love to rock an awesome print, so when Leslie and I attended Kuwala's Pop Up Shop this summer which featured beautiful African print clothing in all of its splendour, we were in heaven!
For more than a decade, we all became accustomed to seeing Nneka Elliott grace our television sets as a weather reporter, broadcaster, and news anchor, most recently with CP24 News.
That’s a wrap! The Annual African Fashion Week Toronto (AFWT) ended August 20th, marking the show’s 5th year of presenting Pan African fashion from Canada and around the world.
We're thrilled to be joining ByBlacks.com as new fashion contributors. In our first post - we're baring it all.
Cottage season is still in full effect, with 4 weekends left to take a summer road trip and one more long weekend left in early September before we're back to school or work.
Summer Nail Chippin’ happened so fast…
Montreal poutine dripping in gravy with thick cheese curds. Canadian peameal sizzling in the pan. My forehead at noon. What do these three things have in common? I love them all, but they are all sooooo greasy!
As far as African print designers are concerned, the market seems saturated. Hence the slight eye roll when asked to write about the launch of Style Me Ankara. That is until I saw the designs and met the designer.