FILA GỌBI ( Yoruba Native Cap)

In Nigeria, particularly amongst the Yoruba natives, traditional fashion styles are regarded incomplete without a matching cap. It is a unique part of the outfit that makes every man wearing native attire look dashing. Importantly, apart from the fashion angle to it… The Yoruba fìla gọbi worn to the left or right is culturally indicative … Continue Reading

My review on Fashion, Art, Culture & Tourism, for the year ended. “This Day Newspaper” Friday Jan 10 2020

2019 has been are wonderful year. Interestingly, one of the things that has recieved more attention than ever before is African Fashion, Culture, Art and Tourism. Based on evalution, the influx of tourists into the Nation increased, compared to 2018 statistics and this extends to Africa as a whole. Nigeria maintains number 6 most visited … Continue Reading

World Mental Health Day.

World Mental Health Day is observed every (10 October), and it is regarded an international day for global mental health education, advocacy and awareness against social stigma. This Day, was first celebrated in 1992 at the initiative of the World Federation for Mental Health, a global mental health organization with members and contacts in more … Continue Reading

Face to face, with the treasures of our ancestors.

On the 7th September 2019, I joined His Imperial Majesty, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife, the honorable Brazilian ambassador, well wishers & culture practitioners, at the Brazilian cosulate in Nigeria, for the 197th independence anniversary celebration & commemoration. In a bid, to restore and promote the Yoruba civilisation across the globe, His … Continue Reading

The Modern African Man.

The “Modern African man” is intended to be commercial clips, showcasing the beauty of afrocentric man, ranginf from fashion wears, accessories etc and concentrating on details and a typical uniqueness of the particular piece being modeled in each clips. Also portraying a modern African Man typical lifestyle who showcases beautiful lifestyle of the African culture. … Continue Reading

Three shades of Awesomeness.

The model, the photographer and the writer.
Every picture speaks a unique language and gives a message.

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‎The Yorubas have a distinct sense of style, making them have varieties of clothes that makes their culture noticeable amongst other cultures. They take immense pride in their attire, for which they are well known for. Clothing materials traditionally comes from processed cotton by traditional weavers. They believe that the type of clothes worn by … Continue Reading