Tuesday, March 31, 2015

2015 Nigerian Presidential Election result minus Borno state

Looks like APC has produced the next Nigerian President. Welcome, Mr. President.

RTF AD: ATMF Annual Worship Event 2015

The annual worship gathering, At The Masters Feet (ATMF) holds this friday 3rd April, 2014 by 4pm at Guiding Light Assembly, Layi Ajayi-Bembe Street, Park View Estate. Ikoyi, Lagos.

Visit the event page on facebook to read more about the program and go with a friend. Entry is Free!!

Designers Marketplace: Win 100k with #DMP in 3 easy steps!!!

Designers Marketplace is a marketing and networking platform with monthly trade events that takes place on the first Saturday of every month. It is intended as a platform for up-comers in the creative, catering and business sectors, and is open to those who are established and looking to expand their operations.

The idea is lower costs, event frequency, and exposure to target customer base through networking all year round, with opportunities for financial gain through sales.

Check out how you can win after the jump.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

RTF AD: The Cross River State Youth Citizen's Debate

Generational Voices (GenVoices) in partnership with Enough is Enough (EiE) and in collaboration with British Council will run a Citizens’ Debate on the upcoming elections in Nigeria. This will be facilitated through GenVoices’ conversational platform called GenTalks.

Much of the focus of the political process is on highfalutin rhetoric that the average citizen rarely connects to. The Citizens’ Debate is therefore created for young Nigerians to articulate and present their rationale for deciding which of the candidates to support. This spins the wheel to focus on the critical aspect of the governance process; the people.

This Citizens’ Debate is designed for supporters of the presidential/governorship candidates in Nigeria’s General Elections to articulate and present their rationale for deciding what candidate to support. It will be targeted at young audiences aged 18-35.

Continue Reading to see details on how you can participate.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Christie Brown: S/S 2015 Collection

I will update with the full collection as soon as its released. Stay Tuned! :)


Bayabs is an African print accessories brand. I remember how excited I was when I first spotted these amazing products on Instagram ( Yes, I'm constantly looking for undiscovered African designers), I love the simplicity, yes intricately delivered designs. My Favourites are the kids stuff, but I also love the bags as well.

Check out more designs after the jump and where you can find them to order for yours. 

Friday, March 06, 2015

Lukhanyo Mdingi: Fall/Winter 2015 Collection


Lukhanyo Mdingi is a South African designer. This Fall/Winter 2015 collection is titled 'Macramé', inspired by historic Arabic knotting techniques and a minimalist color palette. 

Check out the full collection after the jump.

RTF Spotlight: EYOLA - A British fashion label with African roots

We are always excited about finding new designers doing great work, today I present to you EYOLA!
I have gone through their design and what they stand for, I'll say im very impressed by what they have to offer. There are two labels under the Eyola brand umbrella:

Eyola's Femme De Rose With this label, you can experience designing your own blazer jacket which is handmade in London and then delivered to your door.

Eyola - Specialising in one-of-a-kind and limited edition cocktail dresses, evening gowns and bridal wear, all timeless without an 'expiration' date - thus shunning the short-lived lifespan that plagues today's fashion industry.

Eyola's SMA - Men's accessories (ties, bow ties, scarves etc) handmade in London.

How cool is that? Check out more of their designs after the jump.

FABRYAN : Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection

Samantha-Jane Agbontaen is a self-taught designer and creative director of Fabryan. The collections are designed with simplicity and elegance in mind; whilst intelligently combining leather with silk fabrics signifying the Fabryan signature.

Check out the full collection after the jump.

Monday, March 02, 2015

O'milua: Spring/Summer 2015 'IBEJI' Collection

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The word ‘Ibeji’ in Yoruba means twins. O'milua is usually inspired by culture, people and especially  her heritage. As a Yoruba girl she wanted to capture and share her story telling collection using textured batik textile. This collection is a contemporary take on the Yoruba culture of Nigeria and it is expressed through silhouettes usually seen on traditional Yoruba together with a mix of sportswear chic.

Check out the full collection after the jump.

RTF Spotlight: Womens History Month Program 2015

Idea Builders Initiative in collaboration with Womens Sharing Network presents the International Women's Day 2015   Theme: MAKE IT HAPPEN

All around the world, International Women's Day represents an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women while calling for greater equality.

Make It Happen is the 2015 theme for our internationalwomensday.com global hub, encouraging effective action for advancing and recognising women.

Each year International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8. The first International Women's Day was held in 1911. Thousands of events occur to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women. Organisations, governments, charities, educational institutions, women's groups, corporations and the media celebrate the day.
See details on how to participate after the jump.

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Tzar: Resort 2015 Lookbook

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Ian Audifferen is the creative director of TZAR.  The 2015 Resort collection, "Joy Ride" is inspired by the images, colours and sights he saw on a Joy ride during a holiday trip.

Check out the full collection after the jump.

Sophie Zinga: Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

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Sophie Nzinga Sy, is a Senegalese born designer, who is constantly drawing inspiration from her travels and the fusion of multiple cultures; her designs are a distinctive blend of her artistic experiences and eclectic cocktail of her voyages.

Check out the full collection after the jump.