Thursday, 24 May 2018

Media Darling Toke Makinwa To Relaunch Her Luxury Bag Line

Media personality Toke Makinwa has her finger firmly on everything stylish. 

It’s a Revolution! Sandra Oh, Angela Bassett, Thandie Newton, Maggie Gyllenhaal cover The Hollywood Reporter

Six Hollywood actresses; Angela BassettClaire FoyMaggie GyllenhaalElisabeth MossThandie Newton and Sandra Oh are all featured on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter’s annual dramatic actress roundtable issue.
For the issue, the actresses have a wide-ranging discussion that also hit on the politics of sex scenes, the power in producing and the parts that have warranted an easy and immediate “no.” and the gender pay parity.
Read excerpts below:
On the gender pay gap, speaking about it and. the changes made after:

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Claire Foy: I [could have] kept my mouth shut and said, “I have nothing to say, I’m a robot.” I was part of a really incredible show that I’m really proud of and grateful for, but that shouldn’t stop me from having an opinion about something that I have been brought into the center of. It would be very different if it was something that I didn’t have an opinion on, but it’s something that I feel really strongly about and that I had a suspicion of …

Thandie Newton: That’s what’s happened with HBO now because of what [happened on your] show. They’re now having all the men and women [making] equal pay. It’s a revolution.

Maggie Gyllenhaal It’s true. That’s a place where honestly there was so much talk, and where was the action? And then I just get a call going over the bridge to Brooklyn saying my salary now is way higher than I ever considered it would be, and it’s because of these conversations. At first, I was like, “Wait, this is not fair. Why do I get to win the lottery?” And then I went, “No, it’s been unfair to the point where I’ve digested it and accepted it without ever considering that it could or should be equal.”

On deciding what roles to take:
Sandra Oh: It takes a while to get to a point in your career where you can actually make a choice. And after a decade of my life on a show [Grey’s Anatomy], I had enough economic power to be able to say no. Those four years were like active waiting. I was not not working really in here (motions to her gut) to be able to figure out what the right thing is and what it is to say no and what it is to say yes. It’s like falling in love. Now, what I realize is I have a little bit more awareness, a little more consciousness, I want this out of a relationship and I’m just going to wait until they show up because I feel like they’ll show up.
On being asked to use sexuality to further their career

Gyllenhaal: I’m really interested in sex, like everybody else, and I’m interested in sex scenes. But in my show, my character has access to filmmaking but only in porn and only with her body. That’s how she can get in and start having the conversation where she’s like, “What does that light do?” — while she’s got her clothes off. But I kind of relate to that as an actress. I don’t know if you all feel this way, but it has felt like a prerequisite that, yes, you can be smart and powerful and all these things, but you also have to throw a little sexiness in there. And I don’t know if it’s going to stay that way, but it certainly has been that way for most of my career.
Newton: [It’s one thing] when you’re in control and empowered to be able to dial up and down however much sexiness you want to use, but what worries me is when you’re a young person coming into this industry and you’re encouraged to use your sexuality and you haven’t made decisions about that.
Gyllenhaal: But haven’t we all been …?
Bassett: Mmmm, no, not really. (Laughter.) I’ve not been asked to use my sexuality in my career.

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Monday, 21 May 2018

2018 Billboard Music Awards: Most Alluring Red Carpet Looks!

The 2018 Billboard Music Awards happened on Sunday night, and while there was somuch to talk about Janet Jackson! Salt-N-Pepa! That flamingo!  we're here to talk about the fashion. 

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Sunday, 13 May 2018

NIVEA Is Proud Sponsor Of Fashion's Finest Africa Conference & Epic Show 2018

We are excited to announce NIVEA as one of our Sponsors for Fashions Finest Africa Conference & Epic Show 2018.

The Epic Show Returns! Fashion's Finest Presents Africa Epic Show 2018

The EPIC Show 2018 by The Fashion's Finest team is around the corner and it promises to be bigger and better.

The Epic Show will be a three-day event running from Friday 25 May to Sunday 27 May 2018. It will be three days of non- stop fashion with a lot of activities for those in the business of fashion and for lovers of fashion.

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The fashion extravaganza will kick off on Friday at noon with a Fashion conference where the who's who of the fashion industry will take on panel sessions.
There will be exhibitors and the marketplace vendors will give you and opportunity to shop till you cannot shop anymore.
The fashion show will continue Saturday and Sunday featuring Student designers, New and Emerging designers and established designers out of Africa.
Fashions Finest Africa EPIC Show 2018 is set to take place at The Balmoral, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos

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Stylish Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Visits Sierra Leone For President’s Inauguration

Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is in Sierra Leone to witness the inauguration of the new President, Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio. She was received by an entourage led by the First Lady Fatima Jabbe-Bio, an actress herself.

Thursday, 10 May 2018

You Are What You Wear ! Thursday Workwear Inspirations

What you wear to the office is a reflection of the company as seen in your person, hence you need to look the part you want to be addresses for.

Amazing & Stylish Ways To Rock Dashiki Shirt

Did you know that Dashikis were actually meant for men?

The word dashiki originates from a hausa word, Dan ciki which means shirt , is a loosely fitting pullover that was worn by West African men during the hot seasons. The Dashiki has become Africa’s pride with many people paying homage to their roots by wearing the iconic print.

Monday, 7 May 2018

Classy & Timeless Work Outfits For Every 9 to 5 Chic

As a professional woman there would come a time when you might have to dress up more than you need but if you haven’t been dressing fabulously previously you would have nothing to offer other than a bland and completely boring look.

Friday, 4 May 2018

Wednesday, 2 May 2018