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Will Enninful drive to launch Vogue Africa in 2018?

You can trust Naomi Campbell to kick off a conversation like no other model. As an established brand, Vogue will want solid market research before opening up fresh versions of itself into new markets. Having launched Vogue Arabia in 2016, will the appointment of Edward Enninful to run Vogue UK lead …

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Welcome to Wonderland:The Experience Part II

Welcome To Wonderland: The Experience Part II, is a festival not to be missed. This all day event kicks off on the 4th March 2018 from 1-11pm at the Roundhouse in London. Following it’s inaugural edition in 2017, which featured Mick Jenkins, Tiffany Gouché + surprise appearances from Kano, Stormzy, Ghetts …

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The Rise of Adwoa Aboah

Smouldering red lipstick, the headscarf, the bleached eye brows, the shimmering metallic eyeshadow in transcending shades of blue – anybody would be forgiven to think they’ve stumbled across a special collector’s issue of a vintage Italian Vogue, but the model in question is Adwoa Aboah and the decision to grace …

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African Market and BAME blood donor event

Every year, countries around the World celebrate Blood Donor Day on the 14th June. The theme for 2017 was ‘Blood connects us all’, focusing on thanking those who gave while highlighting the ‘sharing’ and ‘connection’ dimensions between donors and patients. While it’s easy to applaud the worldwide effort to raise …

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AFRO ARCHIVES – A PERFORMERS WORLD – Episodes 1-3

Our hair, we are born with it yet there is so much we do to try and change our natural hair texture, and our hair’s appearance. Antonia Opiah’s Huffington Post article  “The Changing Business of Black Hair”  reported that the black haircare industry is estimated to be worth half a trillion dollars, as …

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United Nations Endorses World Afro Day!

World Afro Day 15 September 2017 is endorsed by the United Nations and is a pioneering event, educating and celebrating Afro hair globally. The inaugural day is centred around a RecordSetter World Record “Largest Hair Education Lesson,” involving 500 children/youth, from all backgrounds. Afro hair has been overlooked, undervalued and excluded for centuries but we can all help to challenge this by celebrating hair together.

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African & Caribbean War Memorial Opens

The African and Caribbean War Veterans Memorial was seen for the first time on Armistice Day, 11 November 2014, at the Black Cultural Archives in Windrush Square, Brixton, London. This was an early look at the memorial to Service Personnel from the Caribbean and Africa in WW1 – during the …

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