Cameroon based fashion designer, Prince Noni Oyibo took to his Facebook this morning to express his utmost disgust towards Mr. Leo’s sense of fashion.
Cameroon based fashion designer, Prince Noni Oyibo took to his Facebook this morning to express his utmost disgust towards Mr. Leo’s sense of fashion. According to him Mr. Leo needs to partner with designers or hire a stylist.
This came in after Mr Leo’s appearance at the Kamerlink magazine launch which took place December, 20th in Buea.
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He made the cover of the first edition of this magazine. Some fans were not impressed with what he wore on the cover of the mag.
It is ver important to note that public appearances are an important of an artist’s brand and should not be taken with a pinch of salt.
Do you share Prince’s idea or opinion. Do you think Mr. Leo needs help in that department?
OZI INTERNATIONAL presents “PASSION” The Dry Season – 17 Collection
OZI INTERNATIONAL presents “PASSION” The Dry Season – 17 Collection
Passion is not limited to careers and money. It extends to finding your authentic self, the one you’ve burried under people’s expectations and needs; your uniqueness.
The passion for fashion is usually lost in the scorching heat waves that come with the dry season. This thought inspired us to create easy and airy pieces that suit the weather yet leaves the “OZI girl” looking uniquely outstanding and stylish.
These easy pieces are for the fashion lover who seeks to stir up that passion which naturally fades in difficult times. The kind of passion that arrests the soul with the fragrance of flowers or the beauty of colours. The kind of passion it takes to nurture seeds into a beautiful garden.
At OZI, we make you look different, we make the difference clear.
If it’s different, it’s OZI International.
Photos: Nji Asonganyi Studios
Models: Tancho Zinky & Mercy Joyce
Makeup: OZI INTERNATIONAL
Styling: OZI INTERNATIONAL
All sizes available.
We ship worldwide.
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Liiber London, a Cameroonian clothing line makes a bold statement with New Collection. Liiber London is a brand that is known to be based on vibrant colors
Liiber London, a Cameroonian clothing line makes a bold statement with New Collection.
Liiber Londonis a brand that is known to be based on vibrant colors that bring out the beauty of African print which every true african woman should value. These exquisite pieces are modeled by Kellie Neh Kim. Her rich dark skin is put on display by Adewole Akinyele‘s lens. She speaks a Classy yet fun woman who loves her roots and blends high end fashion and the former perfectly. TheNiki Heat team came in with their brushes to add more glamour to this theme.
Stephanie Tum and Khloe Kardashian both rock this orange bandage dress. Who do you think pulled it off better?
Actress, Stephanie Tum was one of the many celebrities to attend the Oboy Comedy show which held last Friday in Yaounde, Cameroon. We loved every bit of her look. We got to discover Khloe Kardashian had worn same dress.
Model, Barbara Clotilde suffers wardrobe malfunction. See what Real African Stars had to say about it.
“Tory deh time short, but we must talkam Oh 0h. Oh oh my God…” There is not much to say about this picture. It speaks for itself!
Cameroonian model, Barbara Clotilde , based in the US, has always been considered to be one of the best out of Cameroon. She has worked with many photographers in and out of Cameroon and has an impressive portfolio. She seems to be a nudist as she doesn’t hesitate to wear very daring dresses that put her body on display. This particular see through white dress she wore on her birthday to dinner pulled a lot of attention. This pic caused a frenzy on social media. Different people had various opinions about her look. To more, she suffered a wardrobe malfunction to others she looked gorgeous. What caught our attention is this hilarious review by @real_african_stars on Instagram. Click to watch the video below. Let us know your take on this look in the comment section.
The beautiful songstress, Daphne who is well know for sometimes going for risque hairdos is back again this time around in blue hair.
The beautiful songstress, Daphne who is well known for sometimes going for risque hairdos is back again this time around in blue hair.
She was spotted on Instagram stunning in a tye and dye print jumpsuit piece that hugged her body perfectly alongside matching stilettos and a black handbag. I personally love how her style is evolving! What about you? Do you love this look or nah?
Cameroon Fashion Week is a fundraising Fashion Show to Promote Cameroon Heritage Art and culture
through Upcoming and established Designers.
Cameroon is a beautiful country with a very rich and diverse cultures. It even becomes more bewildering when these cultures are expressed through fashion. Cameroon is blessed to have a lot of talented and gifted designers. Cameroon Fashion Week is a fundraising Fashion Show to Promote Cameroon Heritage Art and culture
through Upcoming and established Designers. It also has as aim to bring our support to the less privilege Mothers and Babies During Pregnancy and Labor. Cameroon fashion week also has goals to Promote and Showcase Value Fashion Heritage and Culture of Cameroon through; Fashion Show, Exhibition, Dance , Arts.
The team intends to promote and provide great exposure for young and established designers to launch their career or boost their careers respectively. This show is meant to take place on the 10th and 11th of December, 2016 in Douala, Cameroon. A lot of work has been put in by its team and serious preparations are currently going on as well as registration for the designers. So if you are a designer and are ambitious this is the right opportunity for you! This show will be attended by the creme de la creme. If I were you I wouldn’t wanna miss this! So if interested all you have to do is forward your application to email@example.com
AFRICSTYLE FASHION is one of the promoters of this African print’s global recognition. They work with the best designers in Africa and around the world to come out with the best designs for our clients
For centuries, African prints and fabrics have had a great influence in the African fashion industry and beyond. Since 2010, African fabrics, styles and cultures have gained enormous recognition worldwide in the global fashion industry.
Globalization of African fabrics and traditional accessories has earned its high demands internationally and its undeniable that the African arts and textiles boosted by the trendiness of wax print has had more positive turn in recent years. It has been featured in top venues, runaway mainstreams press and renowned fashion show rooms. In addition to the different designs, every fabric comes with a special message.
AFRICSTYLE FASHION is one of the promoters of this African print’s global recognition. They work with the best designers in Africa and around the world to come out with the best designs for our clients. In partnership with modelling agencies, they showcase in many events around the world to create an exposure of African prints and make their aspiring designers known to the world.
They are located in Edmonton Canada, have been operating for a little over a year now. For now they run only an online store and ship their designs all over the world at very moderate prices. Don’t say you didn’t know! Rush now to their website(click here) and order yours now.