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The Future Awards unviels, Linda Ikeja, Banky W,  Dbanj, P.square, Chinwe Njoku, Jason Njoku, Idris Akinbajo  and Raheem Temitope Bello  as nominees for The Young   Person Of The Year Award.

THE Central Working Committee (CWC) for The Future Awards has unveiled the complete list of its biggest award  the Young Person of the Year.


THE organisers of Africa Fashion Week London are pleased to announce Guaranty Trust Bank as one of this year's official partners for London's premier fashion event scheduled to take place on 3-4 August 2012 at London Spitalfields.

Guaranty Trust Bank, one of Africa's largest financial services providers, is once again set to reinforce its position as a foremost African financial brand and a proudly African, truly international institution with its support of the biggest African fashion event out of Africa to take place in London in under a month.


“We are proud to have on board such a reputable financial institution which has time and time again proved their support of various art and design initiatives in Nigeria and beyond. GTB will not only lend their support to AFWL but also to three of our designers who will be designing a design each in collaboration with GTB and take part in an GTB sponsored fashion show,” said Ronke Ademiluyi, founder and CEO of Africa Fashion Week London.

Established 20 years ago in 1990 and with subsidiaries in all Anglophone West African Countries and the United Kingdom, Guaranty Trust Bank has over the years, keenly supported artistic expressions especially those of African origins in various parts of the world.

In what is set to be the biggest fashion extravaganza of the Olympic summer, London's hip Spitalfields Market will play host to over 60 African and African inspired designers with back to back runway shows and exhibitions.

With stellar names of African fashion such as Adebayo Jones, George Adesegun and Anita Quansah, high profile partners such as Mizani and MoneyGram alongside GTB, Her Excellency Chief Mrs. Erelu Bisi Fayemi as a patron, and leading media sponsors such as FAB Magazine and OH TV, Africa Fashion Week London is set to be the finest fashion event of this summer.

Tickets are now available to purchase from


Mixing Prints is one sure-fire way to bring summer to your style experience. Wide prints in riotous colours, digital prints, or bed prints is defiantly one style experience to liven your mood and get your fun ready anytime. Sadly, mixing prints can be dicey if done without the right style flair, or guidance.  Below are a few pictorial to guide you when mixing prints, inspired by FashizBlack Editorial and a few fashionists.


THE movie which successfully screened in the U.S last year, is a story that “revolves around the lives of six siblings born into the rich, aristocratic family, The Desouza family; a name synonymous with wealth & power. Everything seems perfect in their lives until their father dies, unexpectedly.

The (siblings) convene from different parts of the world, for two weeks, to be with their mother, the elegant matriarch Veronica 'Ronnie' Desouza (Biola Williams), as the family grieved the death of Mr. Desouza. What (unfolds) is a series of events that threatens to shake the family to its very foundation.”

Daily Times Nigeria and African Times Network (ATN), the franchise owner of Miss Nigeria Pageant, are proud to announce that the 38th Annual Miss Nigeria Beauty Pageant will be held this year.

ATN is made up of a global brand of companies based in Nigeria with various other offices and operations around the world and specializes in delivering trusted and quality products and services in media and communications.

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