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FEATURES AND INTERVIEWS
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ASM 1ST PRINT EDITION
ASM December Exclusive
Photographer Mariam Sholoja
Fashion Stylists Jilian Banjoko
Make Up Artist Julia Edwards
Hairstylist Sheree Jourdan
Model Paige Sims | Location United Kingdom
"Alté" celebrates the fashion movement in West Africa Nigeria amongst the youth. The fashion movement is based on the fashion and make up in early Nollywood characters. Instead of pulling creative aspects for parody, the Altè movement embraces and pays homage to the iconic era.
A peak at AfroStyle Magazine's first special print edition showcasing some of our favorite and diverse fashion spreads, interviews and features transcending racial and cultural differences. Order a copy at www.AfroStyleMag.com
ASM SPECIAL PRINT
IVY IN WONDERLAND
Photographer Jennifer Li
Fashion Stylist Kelly Ann Panagakos
Make Up Artist | Hairstylist Celica
Model Ivy | Location Canada | Language French
The concept “Ivy in the Wonderland” shows a different perspective to recreate our version of 'Alice in Wonderland.' Each look and place represent different phases and paths of the Modern Wonderland. Different emotions of a young girl discovering her strength in a big and weird world.
Photographer Mekbib Tadesse
Creative Director Gouled Ahmed
Make Up Artist Tsion Haileselassie
Model Haymanot | Location Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
"New Flower," interrogates often intricate process of sartorial adornment in the African continent. Focusing on the Horn of Africa, the editorial acts as a portal to the past paying homage to the vintage images of Ethiopian women in the nineties clad in traditional wear posing in golden fields of Adey Abeba (yellow flowers) around the Ethiopian New Year.