Showing posts from January, 2016

More photos from Toolz and Tunde Demuren's traditional wedding

The royal highnesses are both attending the wedding of Toolz, who is from the Oniru royal family in Lagos, to Tunde Demuren. 

More photos below...

The bride is here. Toolz's stunning look at her traditional wedding to Captain Tunde Demuren.

12 of the Most Breathtaking Gowns from Spring 2016 Couture Fashion Week

One of the best things about Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week is that there's no shortage of epic, one-of-a-kind creations that check off everything we look for in a couture design. Beauty? Superior craftsmanship? Drama? Yes, to all of the above—at least that was the case for the spring 2016 collections. The couturiers really brought it, with gowns crafted from wisps of tulle, designs embroidered with exquisite beadwork, and wow-worthy numbers that would look just as good on the red carpet as they did on the runway. Giambattista Valli reinvented his signature cupcake dresses with fluffy tiers of tulle saturated in the palest of pinks to the reddest of reds. At Versace, Donatella spliced gowns, piecing them back together with extravagant, crystal-encrusted Swarovski ropes. And those are just two examples—keep scrolling to see all the sweeping couture gowns that took our breath away.

See the Four Covers; African Women Say No To Tokenism, Demand Real Power

The February/March 2016 “Power Issue” of New African Woman is out with four covers. The magazine’s latest issue focuses on African women – First Ladies, business executives, celebrities in the film and music industries – as they share their views on who African women are and what they really want in today’s world. Is “empowering women” an overused phrase? Do African women need empowering?  What do African women themselves say about their status and needs?  To coincide with the magazine’s inaugural New African Woman Forum and Awards, which will take place10 and 11 March, this edition of the New African Woman gets to the bottom of these issues with the help of diverse voices from a wide section of African women of different fields. Leading the empowerment rallying call – which comes on the heels of the African Union’s declaration of 2016 as the African Year of Human Rights, focusing on the rights of women – is Monica Geingos – First lady of Namibia, who is unequivocally frank in an exclusi…

Blac Chyna arrested for public intoxication

BlacChyna who has been in the news this week for being recognized as Rob Kardashian's new girlfriend was arrested on Friday evening after allegedly getting drunk and becoming belligerent during a flight from Los Angeles, California to Austin, Texas on her way to London.
According to TMZ...

Chyna was busted in the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Friday afternoon. Cops tells us ... when the plane landed they were there and met her at the gate. She stormed toward the gate for a connecting flight and an eyewitness says she screamed at an airline employee, "Nasty ass bitch."   That was enough for cops, and they arrested her on the spot. An eyewitness tells TMZ, Chyna appeared "heavily intoxicated" on the plane and was "fighting" with a flight attendant, acting "like a drunken fool."  Another eyewitness says, at one point she screamed, "Y'all got no respect for me. I gotta tie my shoes. Let me tie my Yeezys." She'd just take…

New Video: Beyonce & Coldplay collaborate on “Hymn for the Weekend”

Beyonce is back with a new video. Beyonce features on Coldplay‘s single “Hymn for the Weekend” and the India-themed video is visually stunning. This is the second single to be taken from Coldplay’s acclaimed new album, A Head Full Of Dreams (out now).

Victory for the Studio 24 Polo Team! Photos of their Win against Intels Nigeria at the Port Harcourt Polo Tournament 2016

It was an intense match, polo fanatics and winning moments at the last leg of the 2016 Port Harcourt  Polo Tournament sponsored by STUDIO 24. The official photographers of the event sponsored a 4-man Polo team which played against the Intels Nigeria on the 26th of January 2016 at the Port Harcourt Polo Club; and that competition crowned STUDIO 24 as the winners. The photography company, which would be 25 years old on Valentine’s Day, was very elated and proud to be “the first photography company in West Africa to sponsor a Polo team”. The Head of Marketing and Business Development, Ezinne Njoku explained the reason why STUDIO 24 was a major sponsor at the tournament. “Polo is a photogenic sport that has lots of potentials for the keen-eyed Photographer. It is a fast and furious sport to photograph and it captures the players and horses in all their beauty.” The event was graced by the Father of Polo in Nigeria, Emir of Katsina, His Highness Alhaji Abdulmumini Kabir Usman CFR, Minister of …