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Makeup can turn a women to a strong woman
Fashion

Makeup can turn a women to a strong woman

My name is Sandrine Souvorov, I am a professional makeup artist with many years of experience working in Rwanda. “Makeup is a lifestyle, either it is in you or isn’t. Makeup has evolved through ages, nowadays wearing makeup became a trend that most girls started to embrace. The average woman spends around 15 minutes or more putting on makeup and you don’t have to feel guilty about it. Makeup in our society has a long history and many people are now adapted to wearing it. There are lots of positive reasons why to wear makeup. When it is your thing just do it. Remember putting on makeup is a personal choice, if you don’t feel comfortable in it, then don’t wear it. Some benefits of wearing makeup: It also gives us a multitude of ideas to change our appearance and creat...
Meet Jana Roos
Creativity, Fashion

Meet Jana Roos

JANA ROOS SHE IS A FASHION-DESIGNER AND ILLUSTRATOR BASED IN BELGIUM. READ MORE HERE: Jana Roos found her purpose and follows her passion. She is a young Belgian Fashion designer and illustrator who challenges herself by creating concepts that stimulate all senses.   With every project, she immerses herself in a new exciting world. A world where everything is possible and there are no limits. By believing in the magic of beginnings and trusting in the flow of creating, she brings her strong imaginary concepts to life.  Upon seeing her designs, the audience should escape reality for a moment. The authenticity and refinement of her creations has to enchant them. The collection has truly succeeded when it triggers the audience’s own imagination.  Howeve...
Interview with model, Vanessa
Fashion, Interview

Interview with model, Vanessa

VANESSA UMUGABEKAZI SHE IS A RWANDAN MODEL-BASED IN ZEALAND READ MORE HERE: Photographed by Synthia Bahati | Retouched by Frank Axel Nyabagabo Tell us about yourself? My name is Vanessa Umugabekazi, I am a creative mostly known for my work as a model. In addition to modelling I also write expressive pieces, I dance and I sing too. Due to my inquisitive nature, I am constantly exploring, whether that be through different ventures, art forms or my personal style. I am full Rwandese however, I was raised in Auckland, New Zealand. I moved to New Zealand at the tender age of 4 and have been living here since. I am very passionate about creating safe and positive working spaces for models. How did you become a model? As far back as I can remembe...
Watch Christelle’s interview with Konbini
Blog, Fashion

Watch Christelle’s interview with Konbini

Christelle Yambayisa she is Rwandan-French model born in Rwanda, she had to run away during the genocide against the Tutsi in 1994 and arrived in France in 1996. Christelle grow up in Lyon, France started her modeling career in 2015 after graduating from Jean Moulin University – Lyon3 iaelyon, she has attended a quiet lot of fashion week. Christelle open up about the cult of youth in the modeling industry, she told Konbini a French media “for me to be 31 and to say it, it’s a step, it’s a liberation even a relief. On a daily basis, I lie, to almost everybody.” In 2015, I have started my modeling career and on the very first day the age’s question was already sensitive.” She says View this post on Instagram PART1 //« If clients ask for your age, you tell them tha...