It’s been an interesting two weeks and I am starting to get a hang on releasing entries for my style journal spot here. I hope you are all doing great and that you are finding comfort in wearing whatever makes you happy.
Today’s entry is all about why mini handbags are a thing, at least I feel they are.
It’s a new year, new rules new trends and new everything basically. We took some time to gather some things you need to keep an eye out in 2020. Are you ready?
We caught up with the talented Cassidy Karon about what music is to him, his go-to outfit and his latest offering //80s Mercedes in this short feature.
A beautiful 2020 to you and yours.
In case you did not now, I decided to take a break from Disney’s Style Journal. This was only because I felt out of touch and I did not know how to articulate my styling tips, fashion experiences and fashion moments.
This year is going to be different because I am taking charge of my fashion journey. Capturing *WOWZA moments, sharing tips, getting you engaged more and simply taking you all on my fashion journey.
This year is all about how I perceive the culture of fashion in Namibia, Africa and elsewhere, Space maybe even. It is going to be about how I feel and what I want to dress dammit. This year is about living a sustainable fashion lifestyle. It is also about taking up spaces and helping others do just that.
*Buuuut, before I continue to take on 2020. I want to reflect on my holiday. Let’s say my first entry for 2020.
This is what we got up to.
- We reflected, stayed half-naked in bed and around the house most of the time off and we took care of the skin. Click here if you want to watch how I take care of my skin.
2. We attended a wedding up north. We had the best time.
3. We had some ink work done.
4. We went to the beach and we didn’t complain about body goals
5. We spent a day with a Rhino.
Couture by Kim is set to launch their much anticipated Safari Collection this weekend.
Oshikandela recently launched new packaging as well as a fun collaborative campaign that includes four very talented Namibian designers.
We love it when a Namibian brand delves into something we’ve only known to buy from international retailers or brands.
So when MN Creations launched an underwear line for men? We were ecstatic.
Windhoek residents and hopefully outsiders saw fashion models in exquisite garments flourishing down the runway during fashion week, but they rarely got a glimpse of the planning and time behind the show.
Reporting live from Windhoek city, it’s Windhoek Fashion Week!