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Fashionomics: Seasonless

By Isoken Ogiemwonyi for ‘… we live in a  world now where the weather is inconsistent. In a warm city like Hong Kong, it's overly air conditioned. So you need a cashmere cardigan even in the heat. In a city like Moscow, you walk into a club and women are wearing sandals. So all of that [...]

#TBT: Harambe Diaries

#HarambeEntrepreneurshipAlliance   ''Described as 'Nigeria's Secret Weapon' by The Economist, Harambeans are young African entrepreneurial leaders who are spearheading social and business ventures across Africa, including Andela in Nigeria, Spark Schools in South Africa, and Rides for Lives in Uganda. Harambeans are also driving change within influential organizations such as the Harambe GlaxoSmithKline Fellow. The [...]

List Love

Links Around the Web This Week – Fashion, Entrepreneurship & Tech 1. Having a seventies moment. naturally it translated to a  fun shoot for ZAZAII. Liz Awoliyi killed it!( 2. Brilliant article about the MOPICON nonsense. The quote at the end is everything !!(I'm a little unreasonable about Atlas Shrugged. I adore that book) Read it here  ( 3. [...]

Fashionomics: Trends for Fashion Businesses in 2014

Fashionomics is an amalgamation of my syndicated  writing – mostly from the Fashion Business Series on BusinessDay, YNaija and other personal platforms. Forgive the shameless plugging!    Top 5 Trends for African Fashion Businesses in 2014 By Isoken Ogiemwonyi & Gbemi Ololade  for           Technology – Last year, technology became ingrained […]