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thanx for the interview girl! love it!x

This post is awesome

Thank YOU for sharing Nancie! Stylifiq, glad you enjoyed it – looking forward to exploring your blog.

Keep doing what ur doing. I love that u hv a passion for ur work....and it shows. I never get bored reading ur blog u always keep it fresh.And i just googled afri-love. Never heard of it before...good stuff

Thanks Meshwaj!

Glad you featured her; I stumbled across her blog and I'm hooked! I love what she is doing working a Kenyan fashion blog that is very relevant...there really is a lot of potential in this country and glad she is tapping in to it!

Keep up the great posts on Afrilove :)

Definitely Kui – it's really encouraging to see individuals expressing all the creativity/talent/innovation/intelligence that exists in Kenya (and Africa in general!). Hopefully it will inspire generations to come that their possibilities are as wide as their imagintations.

Happy you're enjoying the blog – thanks for reading and sharing your comments :)

Wow I've always had a special interest for this site. This brings out the beauty of Africa. Not only it excels in fashion but also in the field of music and education. Check out this link. http://www.newtsk.com/index.php?option=com_muscol&view=search&layout=detailed&Itemid=93

u have inspired me nancy mwai i did not know there was a fashion blog in kenya thank you so much

Thanks for profiling Nancy. I do read her blog and agree she is a pace and trend setter.

Nancie Mwai is amazing! Love her blog!

Cat Fatale

I love the messy black hair set. It's such a tasteful mix of deviance and art.

Despite the fact that fashion stylists and personal stylists both help garments and visual visual appeal, there is pretty a change inside their task explanations. Fashion Stylist This conditions 'personal stylist' and 'fashion stylist' are often employed interchangeably and this also has created a few misunderstandings.

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I’m Lulu Kitololo – an artist and designer – and Africa is my main muse. Afri-love is about creativity, enterprise and wellness. I believe these 3 things all need attention if we are to have a flourishing African creative economy. 
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