Tuesday, 11 June 2013 08:38

Fashion from Sierra Leone by Kadiatu Kamara

The Sierra Leonean fashion model Kadiatu Kamara former Mahogany Model, has opened Vivid Emporium.
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Wednesday, 28 November 2012 01:12

Fashions Finest Awards 2012 - Red Carpet Interviews

A celebration of emerging and exceptionally outstanding talent.

Dashing presenter Antonio Castaldo interviews the nominees and winners on the red carpet at the Fashions Finest Awards 2012, City of Westminster College London.

Video produced by Ondemotive Productions
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Saturday, 24 November 2012 19:03

Fashion Finest Awards 2012 - The Reception

Sola Oyebade aka Mr Mahogany is the Creative Director and Show Producer of this year's Fashion Finest Awards which was held at the City Of Westminster College, London W2. Here are the highlights of the guests as they arrive before the main ceremony.

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Sola Oyebade aka Mr Mahogany, the CEO of Mahogany International (a leading fashion company) accuses the British Fashion Council of only awarding the mainstream designers. In this controversial statement he made whilst we filmed the red carpet of the Fashion Finest awards, Mr Oyebade said: "when we look at what the British Fashion Council did, which is the major award in the United Kingdom, we found very simply that if you weren't a mainstream name, if you weren't a top player, if you weren't from a background of money, you weren't going to get there."

The Fashions Finest Awards was set up last year to celebrate the unsung talent within the fashion industry. There are plenty of designers and models within the UK indsutry who had produced great work and this show was there to acknowledge their efforts.
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Sola Oyebade aka Mr Mahogany, the CEO of Mahogany International (a leading fashion company) accuses the British Fashion Council of only awarding the mainstream designers.

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Sunday, 05 August 2012 12:17

Africa Fashion week London 2012

This past weekend of the 3rd and 4th of Augut 2012 saw the second installment of the Africa Fashion Week London held at the Spitafields market in central London.

The yearly event holds to showcase African fashion, deigners and fabric like
never before seen in the UK.

With 50 designers and 100 models on show, the event also had market stalls where other parts of the African culture were available for display and purchase.

Here is Factory78tv's round up of the remarkable event.

Published in Fashion
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 11:36

Mahogany Bridal Show - April 2012

The Mahogany Bridal Fashion Show is the largest African Caribbean bridal fashion show in Europe.

This video showcases interviews with the founder Mr Sola Oyebade, the exhibitors and also captures the diverse models on the catwalk and fashion show.

The collection of bridal, evening, and menswear from the traditional wedding dresses to african fabrics includes a mixture of designers, The Wedding Boudoir, Kemunto, KGTKKT, LinMir, Pabs Couture, Maureen Amooti Couture and Simone Williams.

Published in Fashion
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 00:39

TMC Regional Heat 8 July

Top Model of Colour Regional heat took place at Tiger Tiger, Haymarket London on 8th July and was attended by numerous press, guests and fashionistahs.
Published in FF Presents
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 00:18

TMC Regional Heat Guests 8 July

An evening of entertainment and excitement as guests enjoy Top Model of Colour at Tiger Tiger, Haymarket, London and making and taking the most of every photo opportunity.

Photo Credit: DVB Photography
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Some people will read this and get upset but as much as it may hurt some things she says are true.

However I went to the University of Lagos and I am very upset at the proposed new name, which is Moshood Abiola University (MAU). Seriously now, no disrespect to the late Abiola but this name for one of the best universities in Nigeria is terrible. 

UPDATE ON THE RENAMING OF UNILAG 
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