Hi everyone. I know you have not seen me around these pages for over a month, but thats because I have been cooking something delicious for all you Londoners. I am absolutely delighted to formally announce to you all that I will be hosting the second annual Fashion Industry Insiders event on the 20th of September. But of course if you follow me on instagram, you would have seen me post about it many times.
What does Fashion Industry Insiders stand for you may ask. Fashion Industry Insiders is a fashion and lifestyle accelerator that aims to empower, educate and equip the next generation of fashion influencers in creative and innovative ways. The objective is to grow sustainable, value driven businesses and personalities that will tell a story of success and transformational change within the fashion industry and beyond. It is a brand I started two and half years ago.
Last year, Fashion Industry Insiders hosted over 150 guests at the prestigious Chelsea Harbor hotel. Out of the 150 guests who attended our event and was covered by bloggers and YouTubers reaching an estimated 110,000 online audience.
The theme for this year is ‘Fashion as an art form’ where we explore the intricate connection between fashion and forms of art such as music, photography and more. we aim to host about 250 guests and reach at least 500,000 online audience through our affiliate media partners during and after the live event.
From an amazing pret-a-potter fashion show, to the hearing from industry experts during the interactive panel, the event will be packed full of exciting things. On the night, there will be live music performances with our headline artist being the amazing and sensational Ciinderalla B. There will be drinks and light refreshment too. I mean why should anyone miss this event?
Well, if I was you, I would get my ticket on eventbrite right now to make sure I dont miss out on all this amazing show.
Some of our official partners are Elemis, Vitabiotics, Arvense, Love Chin Chin and many more.
What we know today as the Beret was called felt hat hundreds of years ago. Yes, the Beret has been around that long. In fact, according to fashion historians, the Beret has been around for millennia.
This disc-like shaped headgear made of wool and worn by anyone wanting to look like an artist, a revolutionary or simply wanting to keep warm, looked nothing like its original form. It is said that the beret (then called felt) is a crossbreed between the floppy Petasos hat and the cone-shaped Pileos hat. Yeah, that’s right, I had to google both these hats to see how they looked like. Judging from their shapes, I wouldn’t argue against fashion historians. At the time, this headgear was made from felt as it was simple and cheap material to use.
If you have been checking out my Instagram account over the past couple of weeks then you would have seen that Cape Town was an absolute blast. There were so many things to see and do that we simply couldn’t do them all given the time we had. So it was a tossup between South Africa and Japan for this getaway. I am so happy I went to Cape Town again as Tokyo was at some point a strong favorite. I have not been to Japan before which made it a strong contender but, Cape Town pulled me right back and I am happy I went. Had a great time with friends and made new ones. What could be better eh?
The title of this article came to me this morning like a light bulb moment. I was actually doing my morning prayers when the title popped into my head. I almost grabbed my phone to type it in but then remembered that I had made a promise never to use my phone until I have done my daily devotion in the morning. I said to myself if this is the title of this post them I will remember after my devotion.
My trip to South Africa was everything I expected and more. I loved every bit of it albeit the glaring issue of race (which I won’t go into fully here).