She is a plus size model who uses her platform to empower other plus size women to embrace and love themselves.
She is also strong and inspiring curvy fashion models to go for it.
Nakitende Esther just knows how to work a curvy body in great outfits. Adding to her beauty is her luxurious Afro hair which just works magic for her. Her poses are effortlessly elegant, it will just make you wonder which planet she’s from. In short, she is hot and we can’t help crushing on her!
Check out 12 times she served us with some very chic and hot looks below:
When two captivating souls meet they subdue each other as seen in the stunning sensual photo shoot which features Top model and stylist Nana Kwasi Wiafe and Michaela Coel, British award winning actress, screenwriter and creator of Netflix series ‘Chewing Gum’ as they display a powerful sense of emotion and passion in these photos, with great style, class and edginess.
Michaela Coel was dressed in a white cozy one piece suit while Nana Kwasi Wiafe was dressed down in a casual white pant and an unbuttoned white dress shirt. His look was completed with a gold colored bead-like necklace worn to the perfect level of softness all chosen by stylist @thouartkwasi.
Their comfort and ease are evident in every beautiful shot.
Models : Nana Kwasi Wiafe & Michaela Coel
Photography: Lightningpathways
Styled by : @thouartkwasi
Production/direction: Nana Kwasi Wiafe

In today’s society, modelling has become a catalyst, as it now encourages change in the fashion system and industry.
Models are the face behind the brand. The women who walk the runway have the power to inspire editors, buyers, and fashion lovers to covet a particular piece.

Throughout history, they have defined and defied typical beauty standards, set new precedents, and popularized trends. In today’s world, the model has a greater voice and presence than ever. As street style icon, role model, and activist, she has the power to challenge conventions and connect to social media audiences on a massive scale.

Much as fashion modelling involves using models to show off a particular type of fashion and art, Models are also meant to be more artistic since they represent the art work(modeling). It should show in their expressions, communications, looks, skills. A model should be creative and express herself through certain skills like painting, music (playing the guitar, piano, pan pipes etc), drawing and sketching, just to name a few and these become unique skills found in models.


Cindy Crawford
Carla bruni
Kate Moss
Ajak Deng
Alek Wek
Naomi Campbell, just to name a few.

 AUTHOR: Princess Ladi

Orange! When your favorite color is orange, the party is wherever you are. Forever the optimist, you fully expect something wonderful  to happen. You’ve perfected being in the present, living in the moment and focusing on the positive vibes created by this bright color.

Orange personalities are described as social animals, social butterflies and mediators. The color orange is a problem solver at heart, with the high energy to inspire and influence others. This collection is all about taking the stride because something wonderful is about to happen……orange is the new black !!

Designer: Selasi Daniel @lasiroyale
photography: Ansah Ken @⁨ansahkenphotography
Models: Marjolein @ yooDin Gh
              Diego Hugo @_kaosbeat
             David Mullar @david_mull3r
Stylist: Nana qwejo Collins @nana_qwejo_collins




Ikire Jones was founded by Nigerian born designer/Afrobeat musician/attorney Walé Oyéjidé, and bespoke tailor/musician Sam Hubler. The brand takes a craftsmanship approach to design and makes boldly printed garments that are rich and elegant. Ikire Jones achieves optimum maximalism by marrying aesthetics from different cultures around the globe. They put Africa on the forefront with their African inspired prints and the prose that usually accompanies the lookbooks on the site, written by Walé Oyéjidé. 

Their latest collection, titled “Look At God” is a celebration of beauty in its myriad forms. An acknowledgement that elegance can be found everywhere, and in all of us, if we simply choose to look for it. The visually striking images from the lookbook were shot by Joshua Kissi, one half of Street Etiquette. The collection is print heavy and features expertly crafted basics that look anything but basic. Click on the gallery for the stunning lookbook.


Photography Courtesy:  Photographer: Joshua Kissi|Models: Elanor Grace BockMohamed OuedraogoLawrence AnnunziataNana Yaa| Makeup Artist: Alana Wright|Creative Direction + Copy: Walé Oyéjidé

In this era of ours where photos play a key role in our social lives.We can’t go unconcern with the photos we put out for display. Lets get some simple ways we can kill the shots we take.
Firstly of all, you must know that photos are not only about the person in it but also the background. If you didn’t know now you can reflect on it, all the good photos you see have great backgrounds.You can wear the most beautiful outfit and have the best grooming but without a qualifying background, you can’t kill that photo.
If you want to get a wow photo, then you’ve got to forget your problem, because when you’re stressed, that is exactly what is seen in the photo and  no one likes to look at such photos. Before you take a photo,try your possible best to relax. Also drink plenty of water. It does work.
Practice has always made one perfect. So if your goal is to  have a wow photo,then your mirror is your companion in achieving it. Stand in front of the mirror and try all poses and you will surely  find the one pose that works for you.It also builds your self confidence which makes it easy to have that wow  photo.
Lastly,when taking a photo don’t be static,move and be playful and have fun. Don’t forget the best shot will be selected after so don’t bother over which pose  to give which makes the whole experience boring and time consuming and also try to be interactive with the photographer.
AUTHOR: TT DOKU (@ttdhoku)

“All That Glitters” is gold by Andrew Yee for Hunger Magazine #13. Two becomes one as they spin into endless fun, aiming to uncover the moons of the midnight sun. Their limbs extend to the furthest reaches of the imagination, and then back again as if they’d never left. The art of constant movement is a subtle yet stunning sport. To be in sync to such a degree that we forget we are looking at two unique souls, is a compelling prospect. Crystal & Krusha float free wrapped in each other’s energy, as they fly through the sky on a crazy kind of high. Beauty blooms in a bouquet of taut bodies, as they stretch to connect to the undulating rhythm of the night. No beginning and no ending marks this editorial by the fluidity of fashion.