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Weekend Fashion Inspiration.
Pieces by British-Nigerian label Soboye as featured in XXY magazine, as well as other items from its boutique from designers like Ituen Basi, ChiChia London and more.
Gidiculture TV Season 1 Episode 1 (Featuring Ice Prince, One Nigerian Boy + Much More)
After teasing us for a good few months now with exciting previews of candid chats with African Music stars Ice Prince, Olu Maintain and R2Bees, Gidiculture TV finally unveils the very first episode in their all new online TV series which showcases the very best in Music, Fashion, TV, Film, Entertainment and everything in between for the discerning and urban African audience! Episode ONE of this brand new series reveals more of Gidiculture TV’s candid conversation with Chocolate City Superstar Ice Prince who is back in the UK this weekend to perform at the BBC Radio One Hackney Weekend. The Style and Beauty segment sees Terence Sambo of One Nigerian Boy take the hot seat to talk about Summer Fashion, Style Blogging and much more…
This new Gidiculture TV episode also features footage from the recent Tales By Moonlight exhibition held by Style House Files at the British Fashion Council plus the TV and Film Review takes a look at some of the new movies hitting the BIG screen this Summer while What’s Hot & What’s Not explores one of this Summer’s essential must haves – Candy Cool – all in this MUST WATCH episode of Gidiculture TV.
Bez, Omoyemi Akerele, Tunde Ero-Philips headline Design Workshop Series - 28 April, 2012 via @OneNigerianBoy
The organizers of the Design Workshop Series are delighted to announce the confirmation of Bez Idakula contemporary Nigerian composer and super talent, Omoyemi Akerele creative director of Style House Files and curator of the MTN Lagos Fashion & Design Week and Tunde Ero-Phillips Fulbright scholar and sustainable development architect as speakers for the tenth (10th) edition of the DWSeries.
Bez Idakula has been tagged as “The next big thing” on the Nigerian music scene by The Guardian and ThisDay newspapers. He has lived up to the hype with his many live performances at Hennessy Artistry Concert Series, Rhythm Unplugged Concert, Lagos International Jazz Festival and the worldwide show- ‘106 & Park’. Bez is currently working with one of Nigeria’s most gifted producers, Cobhams Asuquo. Together they are crafting a sound that can be succinctly described as a breath of fresh air. Bez’s music style is a hybrid of Jazz, Soul, and R&B, a delicious potpourri of sounds he calls Alternative Soul. Though quite different from the ever-popular Afro hip-hop genre in Nigeria, he believes the quality of his music will carve a niche by itself taking him to greater heights as he takes this life long ride, creating and sharing his music with the world.
Bez learnt to play the guitar at the age of nine under the guidance of his late father, studied at the Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja and received a degree in Information Communication Technology ICT at Nigeria’s Covenant University.
Just In: New Denim Shirts and Gilets from Nigerian ‘afropunk’ label Bukki
Modeled by Terence Sambo of One Nigerian Boy.