One Nigerian Boy



From Nigerian fashionistas to pan-African designer wear and South African street style, has assembled a goodie-bag of African fashion bloggers, stylists and online stores, you should know.

Head over to to check out their list of African fashion websites to bookmark today!


Meet Cookie Caven from 4 Aces Date, Terence Sambo from One Nigerian Boy and Milisithandu Bongela from Miss Milli B | LIVE via Google Hangouts on Feb 19th, 2013

Join the BUSINESS OF BLOGGING discussion on H1960 Live during Social Media Week Lagos

This is a live-streamed event taking place online via Google Hangouts. Go to Heritage1960′s Google+ Page ( 11am - 12:30pm EST (NYC). Be sure to check your time zone so that you don’t miss out!

This event takes place live online from:
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Kenyan designer and self taught painter and sculptor, Cyrus Kabiru, portrays contemporary living in Kenya through his artwork. He uses his life as inspiration and often creates humorous paintings as an output of his experiences. His current focus is a series of dope artistic bifocals called C-STUNNER. They depict African nature by using thousands of bottle caps sewn together, capturing the attitude of the youthful generation in Nairobi. They also portray the aspiration of popular culture while reflecting the resourcefulness and ingenuity of the people of Nairobi.

via One Nigerian Boy.

Ohema Ohene Menswear Spring Summer 2013 Collection

London based Ghanaian label Ohema Ohene recently released its menswear ss13 collection featuring dazzling print -Ohema Ohene Style- in interesting cuts for blazers, suits and casual shorts and tops. There was an interesting tie & dye fusion in the fabrication as well. Looking forward to the new men accessories and shoes which would drop soon.


Join the discussion during SOCIAL MEDIA WEEK LAGOS by tweeting your thoughts and questions to @heritage1960 with the hashtag #smwBLOGGING!

From creating product lines to opening retail stores, bloggers are extending their brand and leveraging their expertise in order to further their bottom line. Join us for a discussion with leading African bloggers around the world and learn how they went from “blogging for hobby” to “blogging for bucks”!

VENUE: Live online via Google Hangouts. Go to Heritage1960’s Google Plus Page:

DATE: Wed, Feb 20th, 2013

TIME: 8am – 9:30am PST, 11am – 12:30pm EST, 4pm – 5:30pm GMT, 5pm – 6:30pm WAT, 7pm – 8:30pm EAT 

For more information, visit Social Media Week Lagos Business of Blogging Event Page.

One Nigerian Boy - an insight into Africa's fashion scene

[By Niccolò Montanari]

Africa has bigger concerns than establishing a creative scene. Yet, creatives are born all over the world, and their need for expression may or may not be satisfied depending on their circumstances. We decided to find out about about the continent’s dreams and desires, and talk to the established fashion blogger Terence Sambo, founder of the blog One Nigerian Boy.


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