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LILLIAN AFEGABI THE ONE WHO PAVES THE WAY FOR OTHERS She’s the ex-Big Brother actress who sees herself a the next biggest producer in Nigeria. Her plan is to give up-and-coming actresses a break. Meet Lillian Afegabi.   I’ve always wanted to be...
THANDO THABETHE THE YOUNG STAR ALL GROWN UP She’s the young star, who kept banging on doors until they finally opened up for her and her talent. Meet Thando Thabethe. I started auditioning at a very young age, I remember my mother...
NADIA NAKAI THE ONE WHO FACED A BACKLASH She’s the fast-talking rapper who faced a huge amount of backlash on social media but came back fighting. Meet Nadia Nakai. When I was growing up, I didn’t really have a set profession that...
SHARON OOJA THE ONE WHO WON’T BE TYPECAST She’s the much-loved actress who worked hard this year to break her playing stereotype and level up for 2019. Meet Sharon Ooja. I didn’t always want to be an actress – I actually wanted...
GRACE VICTORY, INFLUENCER AND AUTHOR THE ONE WHO SURVIVED She’s the author and social media influencer who’s tough upbringing has made her into the strong woman she is today. Meet Grace Victory… I don't think I truly knew what I wanted to...
  METTISSE CAMPBELL, REALITY TV STAR THE UNINTENTIONAL ROLE MODEL I started modelling when I was like 15 – that was when I got scouted by JD. It wasn’t like a planned career thing, I never thought in a million years that...
  RUTENDO – INFLUENCER THE ONE WHO CHALLENGES STEREOTYPES A lot of people see influencers as some kind of robots online. When you bump into someone who follows you in the street they are almost shocked that we are actually human and...
  BAMIKE ‘BAM BAM’ OLAWUNMI THE ONE WHO FOUND LOVE IN THE LIMELIGHT She’s the voiceover artist turned actress who originally wanted to be a doctor and in her journey to further her career she found love in the Big Brother house. Meet Bam Bam.  When I was younger I...
Happy July my lovelies* and welcome to Summer 2016!! So far this has been a jam packed year with loads of transition.. and personal expression. Here in Paris we are experiencing a delayed Summer.  We have yet to experience...
Donyale Luna who was the first black women to cover the Harper's Bazaar 50 years ago, brought about a debate which was questioned. Will users purchase a 'mainstream' publication with a black woman on the cover? While  clearly, there has...