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ikirejones:

Vigilism x Ikiré Jones present “Escape to New Lagos.”
An imagining of Lagos in the year 2081 A.D.  The Great Crude Explosion has just occurred; leaving oil flowing freely through the streets of the slums.  Politicians have been exiled at the heels of bomb blasts and the populace’s uprising.  The building of a new Center of the World has begun, much to the bewilderment of Western nations.  This is the birth of New Lagos…and men of taste are wearing Ikiré Jones.
ikirejones:

Vigilism x Ikiré Jones present “Escape to New Lagos.”
An imagining of Lagos in the year 2081 A.D.  The Great Crude Explosion has just occurred; leaving oil flowing freely through the streets of the slums.  Politicians have been exiled at the heels of bomb blasts and the populace’s uprising.  The building of a new Center of the World has begun, much to the bewilderment of Western nations.  This is the birth of New Lagos…and men of taste are wearing Ikiré Jones.
ikirejones:

Vigilism x Ikiré Jones present “Escape to New Lagos.”
An imagining of Lagos in the year 2081 A.D.  The Great Crude Explosion has just occurred; leaving oil flowing freely through the streets of the slums.  Politicians have been exiled at the heels of bomb blasts and the populace’s uprising.  The building of a new Center of the World has begun, much to the bewilderment of Western nations.  This is the birth of New Lagos…and men of taste are wearing Ikiré Jones.
ikirejones:

Vigilism x Ikiré Jones present “Escape to New Lagos.”
An imagining of Lagos in the year 2081 A.D.  The Great Crude Explosion has just occurred; leaving oil flowing freely through the streets of the slums.  Politicians have been exiled at the heels of bomb blasts and the populace’s uprising.  The building of a new Center of the World has begun, much to the bewilderment of Western nations.  This is the birth of New Lagos…and men of taste are wearing Ikiré Jones.

ikirejones:

Vigilism x Ikiré Jones present Escape to New Lagos.

An imagining of Lagos in the year 2081 A.D.  The Great Crude Explosion has just occurred; leaving oil flowing freely through the streets of the slums.  Politicians have been exiled at the heels of bomb blasts and the populace’s uprising.  The building of a new Center of the World has begun, much to the bewilderment of Western nations.  This is the birth of New Lagos…and men of taste are wearing Ikiré Jones.



Nigeria soccer fans watch the final match of the African Cup of Nations between Nigeria and Burkina Faso in Lagos, Nigeria, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. Nigeria erupted in celebrations after their Super Eagles won the Africa Cup of Nations. Thousands gathered Sunday night at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos to watch the game on a large projection screen. The crowd went wild over the game’s only goal from Nigeria’s Sunday Mba in the first half, throwing anything they could in the air and shouting. AP
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Nigeria soccer fans watch the final match of the African Cup of Nations between Nigeria and Burkina Faso in Lagos, Nigeria, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. Nigeria erupted in celebrations after their Super Eagles won the Africa Cup of Nations. Thousands gathered Sunday night at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos to watch the game on a large projection screen. The crowd went wild over the game’s only goal from Nigeria’s Sunday Mba in the first half, throwing anything they could in the air and shouting. AP


Yorùbá Yé Mi Textbook →

Yorùbá Yé Mi is an interactive, communicative, introductory, multi-media program intended to provide college/university students with basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills of language learning in Yorùbá. It exposes the learner not only to Yorùbá language in meaningful situations but also to the culture of the Yorùbá-speaking people of South-western Nigeria. It contains effective techniques for teaching and learning Yorùbá including tones, and is userfriendly in its approach.

Yorùbá Yé Mi was initially sponsored by University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services. It is currently funded by the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning, http://www.coerll.utexas.edu/ and the U.S. Department of Education Title VI Fund for the Improvement of Post-Secondary Education. Yorùbá Yé Miis an open access site that does not require fees or password.

(Source: kadalkavithaigal)


afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/
afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/
afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/
afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/
afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/
afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY
From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/

afwla:

Style Inspiration: Uchea Nwabuzor | Ana Kata NY

From the age of 7, New Jersey designer Uchea Nwabuzor knew she wanted to be a fashion designer. After graduating from Rhode Island School of Design she kicked off her career pursuing work with Vera Wang and Commes des Garcons. This summer she launches a masterpiece of her own, designing her own personal collection, “Ana Kata,” which translates to a higher dimension beyond the third. We too celebrate the style of her craft! Check out her website at http://www.anakatany.com/

(Source: africafashionweek)