Friday, October 5, 2012

GISTVILLE - SUBY & SINEM VEER INTO PR' ,ION JEWELRY, TOKE MAKINWA JOINS BLOGERSVILLE and much more .....

SINEM  LAUNCHES  'S TWO PR'


Suby and Sinem Onabanjo, the photography power couple, Creative Director and Editor-in-chief of FAB magazine respectively, have stepped out with their own PR and project management consulting company - S TWO PR. The husband and wife team who started their photography business in 2005, have carved a niche for themselves in both local and international fashion scene. Their PR company was the official PR and management consultant of the just concluded African Fashion Week London. With these achievements and many more, we are certain that S TWO PR will definitely make a huge impact in the PR and Project management world.

ION JEWELRY INTRODUCES JEWELLERY REPAIRS AND RESHAPING


Repair/ Re-sizing section in the Goldsmith department is now officially open for business.
Repair work such as -
Ring re-sizing
Repair on broken joints on all jewelry items
Jewelry Polishing which includes rhodiuming on all white gold items.
Replacements of worn out hooks on gold/silver necklaces and bracelets.
CUSTOMIZED name jewelry is now available at the rate of N12,000 including our popular customized MUM jewelry.
I.D. BRACELETS are also now available at prices as low N 5,000 (engraving not included, that comes at an additional cost).

For more information, please send an email to ionjewelry@aol.com or call 08185011897

 TOKE MAKINWA NOW BLOGS


Popular OAP, Toke Makinwa has joined the league of  Nigerians in showbiz who blog, other are ace comedian Alibaba and rapper MI. Toke , as we all know is a fashionista, and we will be hoping to read posts about her fashion sense, beauty routine and all there is to know about this on-air goddess.
We however remember not to long ago, Toke urging younger generation not take people like blogger Linda Ikeji as a "role model". We hope her blog inspires and benefits the younger generation, so it wont be a case of the pot calling  a kettle black

MODEL OF AFRICA 2012 



Xa! Enterprises the organizers of Africa’s biggest male models search is set to break its own record with the forth coming edition of the competition which has been tagged the Dream Edition. With 20 outstanding models on the runway vying for Africa’s biggest male models title, up-to-date collection from some of Africa’s leading menswear designers such as Sheria Ngowi, Mai Atafo, David Wej, Mos amongst others and a long list of the who is who in fashion and entertainment the organizers say that one word which aptly describes this event is “Major”!  
The event which is billed to hold by 5pm at the prestigious Federal Palace Hotel on Sunday, the 14th of October, 2012 is proudly supported by Stesi Events, Vconnect, Grant London, James Brendan, Fab Magazine, Bella Naija, Ono Bello, The Beat Fm, Cool Fm, Stv and New Crystal Communications amongst others. The event is to be preceded by the 2nd Lagos Accessories Fair featuring leading Accessories brands such as Nichole by Haguanna, Riana’s Collection, Mona Matthews, Aimas and the award winning Accessories Designer Kamsi Tcharles. 
Xa! Enterprises uses this medium to officially unveil the Model of Africa 2012 contestants and to formally launch the online Voting for the Title of Mr. Popularity which shall be carried out on the Model of Africa facebook group. People are advised to follow this link to vote for their favourite contestant. . Other award categories for this year include Mr. Runway Africa, Mr. Photogenic Africa, Mr. Fitness Africa, and Mr. Style Africa.
Preceding a line-up of exciting activities the contestants recently had their photo shoot with celebrated fashion photographer Hakeem Salaam.  The organizers use this medium to celebrate the press and to thank them for their support towards the success of the Model of Africa event.  
Whilst attendance to the Lagos Accessories Fair which kicks off from 12noon to 5:30pm is absolutely free, tickets for the Model of Africa event can be gotten online from www.afritickets.com or from Blush Beauty, David Wej, Mai Atafo, Terra Kulture, Etcetera, Muson Centre and various other outlets.

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