by Francine Holmes To all women around the world, wishing you all a happy mother’s day!
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Proverbs have been, and will remain an integral part of African culture. Proverbs are used to illustrate ideas, reinforce arguments and deliver messages of inspiration, consolation, celebration and advice. There is no better time than now to earnestly express yourself … Continue reading
Get noticed in this African print Tangerine dress-jacket! This impeccably well-tailored, gorgeous and vibrant dress Jacket is a must have for any wardrobe. It’s a long sleeve, floor length duster with two side pockets. It has a full A-line silhouette, … Continue reading
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By Francine Holmes Toner are great cleanser and at shrinking the appearance of facial pores. Toners can also be used to remove makeup as well as any residual particles that are blocking your pores. Regular use of facial toners can … Continue reading
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Tribes of Kin delivers imaginative and modern interpretations of Kente By Francine Holmes Tribes of Kin is a fashion design house and a fellow Etsy creative. I had the pleasure to interview owner and designer Valemia Atabong about her journey … Continue reading
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Tagged Africa, African Clothing, African culture, Beauty, Cameroon, Cultural connection, fabric of kings and nobility, fashion, Ghanaian Kente, Kente bikini, style, trend, Tribesofkin, Valemia Atabong, woman