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DARE TO BE DIFFERENT


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Dare to be Different

God knew what He was doing when He made you. You are a unique individual–God created you the way you are! It’s time that we dare to accept ourselves as different and stop being insecure about who we are.

“Champion the right to be yourself, dare to be different and to set your own pattern; live your own life and follow your own star.”

“A man practices the art of adventure when he breaks the chain of routine and renews his life through reading new books, traveling to new places, making new friends, taking up new hobbies and adopting new viewpoints.”

“Success is focusing the full power of all you are on what you have a burning desire to achieve.”


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Wearing hideous shoes

New York Fashion Week Bohemian Classic
Temperley London

It’s not enough that a designer could be in the right state of mind to create such a horrific-looking shoe. To see that people would actually wear them off the runway is even worse, and just beyond believable.

Once again, Kelis sparked up a huge topic of discussion throughout the blogosphere when she showed up to the Data Awards in L.A. on Thursday, January 28, 2010 wearing a pair of Alexander McQueen platforms paired with cat woman clothing and accessories.

To be honest, when comparing Kelis’ look to others who have tried to pull off wearing high-heeled and hideous-looking shoes, she didn’t do too bad at all at making everything blend well.

What are your thoughts?


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African-inspired Fashion Designers in the UK

Yaa Ataa Couture Bags was launched in 2010. The collection has been created to bring you high-end contemporary bags with a twist of Africa.

Ohema Ohene is another British fashion brand specializing in producing exciting high quality stylish African inspired fashion for both men and women.

 Yaa Ohene Wa Textiles is another lady who is very passionate about her collection. As a mother and woman with a strong heritage, she wanted fashionable garments readily available for woman and child, not just something for all those special occasions but, an outfit able to fit into our everyday lifestyle, all the while embracing our African culture and heritage.