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Abovewhispers Panache : Let Your Bags Speak Class

Abovewhispers Panache : Let Your Bags Speak Class

Women are pleasant, they love bespoke things that represents their pure, classy feminity. Ever wondered why Most women don’t allow you pick their bags even when you want to show some kind of respect?  There is a pleasant connection between a woman’s bag and her dress sense.  Her bag represnts a vital part of her […]

Abovewhispers Hall Of Fame : NollyWood Next Generation

Abovewhispers Hall Of Fame : NollyWood Next Generation

Dear Readers, You are welcome to the Abovewhispers Hall of Fame. This part is dedicated to celebrating everything that inspires you. From art, technology, graphics, locations etc. It is a session that is open, it is flexible which means it is not subjective to anything, this is what we collated from our end just to […]

Training Kenya’s Next Ballerinas From Africa’s Biggest Slum

Training Kenya’s Next Ballerinas From Africa’s Biggest Slum

With more than 2.5 million people in some 200 settlements, the slum dwellers in Nairobi represent more than half of the city’s population and occupy merely 6 percent of the land, according to a report [PDF] released in 2014 by the African Population and Health Research Center. As the biggest slum in Africa and one of […]

Yoruba Cultural Exchange Festival

Yoruba Cultural Exchange Festival

The Yoruba Culture is one of the main unique culture in Nigeria. The Yorubas are so unique in everyway of life. From the believe that people live out their name, thus the considerable effort into naming a child. Not far fetched is the law and believes, the linguistics in writing and more importantly the cultural […]

Mel Gibson Confirms New Film Project On Jesus’ Resurrection

Mel Gibson Confirms New Film Project On Jesus’ Resurrection

  Mel Gibson confirmed that he is making a movie about the resurrection of Jesus, recalling that he had the “tar kicked out of” him for his movie about the last days of the Christian messiah, “The Passion of the Christ.” “That’s a very big subject and it needs to be looked at because we don’t […]

Fashion Industry Told To End Its Quest For ‘Unattainable Thinness’

Fashion Industry Told To End Its Quest For ‘Unattainable Thinness’

The Women’s Equality party is to launch an unprecedented campaign aimed at radically changing the way the fashion industry treats body size and shape. Coinciding with London fashion week, which will run from 16-20 September, the initiative will call for an end to unrealistically small “sample sizes” – the sizes in which designers show their […]

Gene Wilder, Star Of Willy Wonka And Mel Brooks Comedies, Dies Aged 83

Gene Wilder, Star Of Willy Wonka And Mel Brooks Comedies, Dies Aged 83

  Gene Wilder, the star of such comedy classics as The Producers and Blazing Saddles, has died. He was 83. Wilder’s nephew said on Monday that the actor and writer died late on Sunday in Stamford, Connecticut, from complications from Alzheimer’s disease. “It is with indescribable sadness and blues, but with spiritual gratitude for the […]

Nse Etim Launches African Branded Oils

Nse Etim Launches African Branded Oils

Ace Nollywood Actress Nse Ikpe Etim has launched into the treasure of African Oils.  Nse who is a brand ambassador and co-owner of the Eden’s theory company based in the UK is helping other women discover the importance of African oils in rejuvenating the skin.   Nse and Victoria who are the owners of the […]

Creating a Perfume Wardrobe

Creating a Perfume Wardrobe

Would you show up in  a sweatshirt to a wedding?  The idea of  wearing  a single fragrance for years is outdated. We lead busy lives …from  yoga at sunrise to  Cocktail Parties at sundown.  Create a fragrance wardrobe with multiple perfumes and colognes that suit the occasion. Daytime and Office Scents: Classic florals for women and […]

A ‘Sex and the City’ for African Viewers

A ‘Sex and the City’ for African Viewers

Let’s get this out of the way up front: “An African City,” the steamy Ghanaian web series about five young women looking for love in Accra, is an unabashed rip-off of “Sex and the City.” There are the ubiquitous five-inch strappy sandals, the scene-stealing dresses made of Fanti fabric and the bevy of men who […]