Category Archives: Magazine
April 2014, Flair Italy magazine doubles Nigerian supermodel Betty Adewole with Alima Fofana. Both models in pixie cut hairstyle, outfit by Balmain, Celine and Robert Cavalli Read the rest of this entry
From London to Paris to Los Angeles, Hamish Bowles joins Kim Kardashian and Kanye West in their quest for world domination—and the perfect wedding dress.
The fast-cooling Los Angeles afternoon air is filled with the scent of eucalyptus and mimosa, the gurgle of water as it tumbles down a fountain wall into a picture-perfect azure pool, the exultant strains of Pharrell Williams’s “Happy,” and a chorus of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm,” performed in unhappy a cappella by Annie Leibovitz and Kris Jenner Read the rest of this entry
Jhené Aiko is not your average R&B starlet. Last year her Sail Out EP debuted at No. 1 on the R&B charts, and her debut album Souled Out is one of the most anticipated releases of 2014. Def Jam exec No ID says the former child star now represents what he calls a “new R&B,” praising the “witty rap complexities” in her music Read the rest of this entry
OK! Magazine unveil its sexiest men and women of the year. The list of 10 in each category consist of Nigerian entertainers both home and abroad. Actress Genevieve tops the list for woman while Syndik8 rapper Lynxxx tops the list for the man category Read the rest of this entry
With her power pipes and full-on attitude, Rihanna has become fashion’s most exciting new muse. So how does it feel to have her dress you for a day? Plum Sykes finds out.
On a wintry December afternoon the Alexander Wang SoHo store is temporarily closed, no customers allowed Read the rest of this entry
Asap Rocky’s boo “Chanel Iman” gets the spread in March issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine Read the rest of this entry
“You can paint a pretty picture or you can paint a timeless masterpiece.
You can protest in silence from your couch or you can sacrifice 27 years of your personal freedom for the cause you believe in.
You can make one jump shot or you can win six championships and become the standard to which every athlete in the world aspires.
You can be a rapper. Or you can strive to create art that transcends time, genre and demography and is impactful enough that it comes to define the identity of your generation Read the rest of this entry
For the 20th annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue, the magazine celebrates a year of spectacular film with a group of distinguished actors. The cover, a three-panel foldout by Vanity Fair contributing photographer Annie Leibovitz, features Oscar nominees Julia Roberts (August: Osage County), Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) Read the rest of this entry
The new issue of the most consistent Nigerian monthly music magazine “Mystreetz” is here. Excerpts on from the editor Read the rest of this entry