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Trendsetting fashion show!

This is the show that opens the year! Get set to witness some amazing Afro-Asian fusion styling on the 3rd of March at the PRESTIGE Fashion Show....
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Introducing Chinweliving!

Chinweliving -A collection of contemporary African and tribal fashion and lifestyle items , showcases an inspiring range comprising of bags, stationery, candle holders, pocket squares and cushions in beautiful tribal prints. The collection will soon be available in...

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The Glass Queen…

Suzan Kamande is a Kenyan Artist who specializes in glass and crystal hand engraving. She specializes in 'intaglio' which is the art of hand sculpting a three-dimension design into a glass surface to create a negative image. The glass carving is such that the play of...

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Glorious Food!

Our Friend Imma of Immaculate bites food blog, has graciously given us permission to post one of her recipes on our blog. Her blog is beautiful and she presents Afro-Caribbean meals with a twist. As it is still officially winter in Dubai, we have chosen one that can...

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48 Hours in Dubai

  What To Do In Dubai When You’ve Got A 48 Hours For Culture, Cuisine and Couture   2015 is winding down to an end and many of us are looking to fit that last vacation in before knuckling down to the realities of a new year. If you’ve already booked a trip...

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Dubai- A Postgraduate Destination (1)

It’s back to school season all over the world and with Dubai emerging as a hub for international studies, their selection of Post Graduate universities deserve the attention of anyone pursuing a Masters or doctorate. With an impressive range of local and international...

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Beautiful Cape Verde

Welcome to May 2015! and in keeping with our promise to provide insights into African and Caribbean countries, this month,we spotlight diverse Cape Verde. An arrow-shaped archipelago located 500 kilometers west of Senegal, Cape Verde is slightly larger than the Rhode...

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