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Medhi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Mehdi Sefrioui | Handing a Pink Slip to Fashion’s Black List

Handbag Racism, a catchall phrase thrown around in the summer of 2013. It describes the outer boundaries of racism in our supposedly post racialist society. Even though not always overt, racism drifts the…

Moving Forward | A Yala Africa Photographic Initiative

Moving Forward | A Yala Africa Photographic Initiative

“The future of Africa lies in its youth…” says Hategeka Moses of Yala Africa.  A continent with a median age of 19 years old as of 2011*, Hategaka’s words ring more than pertinent….

The Krijno Solution | Old As New

The Krijno Solution | Old As New

In the separate-but-equal South Africa of the past, ‘homelands’ encapsulated the ideology of Grand Apartheid; where thirsty places far from industrial nodes were made ‘the home’ of millions of ‘non-whites.’ In the same…

Go South, Young Man

Go South, Young Man

Fashion in all of its possibilities remains a space for the expressive individual, whether it be of the restrained variety or be it swinging to the exuberant side of the pendulum. There have…

Brett Lloyd | Always the Lonely Boy

Brett Lloyd | Always the Lonely Boy

Thumb through the passport and go. Coordinates. 
Vamoose onto the next adventure. Displaced. Sullen. Disillusioned.
 Throw on a Jacket and go. A loner.
 Pack something special and close to the heart, even if…

Fashion's Maverick of The Arts

Stella Jean | Fashion’s Maverick of The Arts

Ever since her eponymous fashion label was set to orbit the international fashion sphere merely three years ago, Stella Jean has been appearing on the radar of some of the industry’s most discerning opinion leaders. Jean’s…

Trine Lindegaard | Mind(s) The Credibility Gap

Trine Lindegaard | Mind(s) The Credibility Gap

The whole lot becomes some ugly and ignoble affair; every designer ‘inspired by Africa’ a lightly concuss character immunised against contact on the intuition level. The mass clamor of grand sighs on how…

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Immappancy | On Being Totally Skewed!

Like the sanctimonious who say the poor should have less fun and work more; I can’t say I feel sorry for the Illiterate and get away with it.

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