"The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned."

    — Maya Angelou

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    Check out the article by author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie:

    After years of dressing down to make the right impression, novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie wises up to a truth that her Nigerian mother has known all along…

    "Why can’t a smart woman love fashion?" - http://goo.gl/6cpJHm

    Via Elle.com

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    Had a shoot for the †Φ▲Tanya Nefertari▲Φ† “Hepburn Collection” thank you to my model @lindaksibs & photographer COLiN the CATALYST for the awesome shots. LIKE the †Φ▲Tanya Nefertari▲Φ† Facebook page for full Lookbook pics coming soon.

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    I’m happy to announce that Dress Code Boutique in Newlands Shopping Center, Harare now stocks the new †Φ▲Tanya Nefertari▲Φ† “Hepburn Collection”

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    Eeek! I’m featured on Issue 6 of Club BA “Dedicated Followers of Fashion” article by Helen Jennings.

    Click here to read the other awesome fashion followers I’m mentioned with —-> http://theclub.ba.com

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    Candid.

    †Φ▲Tanya Nefertari▲Φ†

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    studioafrica:

    Its a family affair… A few hours ago  Savoir-Faire, the new video from my cousin WELL$ starring my grandmother and shot by my cousin Shak Oteka premiered at Noisey. As a good unbiased guest editor,I figured I share them with you! Tell me my family ain’t cooler than yours? I didn’t think so…

    -Alec Lomami

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    "We repeat experiences until we learn the lessons. Every experience is a spiritual experience, brought into our life for a purpose as part of a plan for our personal growth and development."

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    Will you be my Valentine ? (by Tanya Nefertari)

    Tanya Nefertari Valentines Day

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    Pictures really don’t do this Zimbabwean natural wonder any justice.

    Chinhoyi Caves. The traditional name is “Chirorodziva”, meaning “The Pool of the Fallen” The colour of the pool is not a reflection of the sky because it is the same deep blue colour on a cloudy day and at night.

    The caves are located 100kilometeres North-west of the capital city Harare.

    According to ZimParks “It was believed that prior to that the Caves were being used as a stronghold by an outlaw called Nyamakwere who murdered many victims by throwing them into the Silent Pool.

    The notorious Nyamakwere was eventually defeated and killed by a Headman called Chinhoyi who became a Mashona Chief, hence the name Chinhoyi given to the nearby town. Chief Chinhoyi and his followers used the Caves as a refuge from raiding tribes such as the Matebele. Until a few years ago the remains of Chief Chinhoyi’s grain bins could be seen in some of the underground passages.”

    Diving is possible in the caves all year round, the caves are often visited by diving expedition teams of technical divers that perform ultra deep diving.

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    It’s a shame I’m a retired sneaker head lol but I’d be tempted to come back to the dark side because of these babies, they’re gorgeous !


    Melody Ehsani for Reebok Pump Omni Lite “Love Me or Leave Me Alone

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    Sneak peek at Solange Knowles’ hand as creative consultant for PUMA with her first project as artistic director for the “Girls of Blaze” Disc Collection. I love it!

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    "As I look into the constellations capturing the terrifying beauty of forever. I realise the incredible potential of the future, everyday in our fight to avoid becoming insignificant in this universe. We must remind ourselves of the infinite power of what can be, embrace our fears, master our doubts, gaze into a black hole with wonder & not worry. Destiny is not defined as definite, & so it becomes our responsibility to frame our fate as you stare into the cosmos of your realities, dare to dispose of your dreams & transform them into demands. Welcome to infinity. Hello Forever"

    — Embrace Eternity by The Pro Letarians

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    I love the twist to the traditional way of Shona singing that Ba Shupi does on the chorus & the mix of the Rhumba drums in the song. Enjoy!

    Peekay ft. Ba Shupi - Ma 1

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