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Fashion: The Power of First Impressions

Reexamine your wardrobe before the next board meeting. First impressions could land you a business d...

14th August 2007
Is African Fashion Besieged?

With the African media frowning upon cultural productions, indigenous African fashion is bound to go...

28th August 2007
Your Dress Colour is Branding You!

Business skills and experience count, but so does personal appearance and that all-important first i...

4th September 2007
Restraining the ‘Wardrobe Appetite’

Your wardrobe can stop gulping the money you would have invested in other useful ventures if you lea...

11th September 2007
When Looking Alike Becomes Costly

It costs you more trying to look different in similar products than when a fashion item is customize...

18th September 2007
Fashion: The Celebrity Connection

Designing a fashion item that will sell is one thing, it is another issue altogether to market the s...

25th September 2007
Adorning Your Head to Excellence

Whereas it is our prerogative to dress our heads, what they speak about us is everybody’s business.

2nd October 2007
Environment Activist Turns Diplomat

Bitahwa has been able to link Ugandans with communities in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, DR Congo, United...

9th October 2007
How Military ‘Stole’ Civilian Attire

The military might just be in for another round of challenging counter-reactions from the fashion in...

9th October 2007
Enhancing Your Look

Contrasting waistcoats with the trousers or shirts can give a fresh look. Whenever adorning a waistc...

16th October 2007
The T-shirt Craze

Currently, the tendency to adorn T-shirts with messages is still as rife as it was many years ago; h...

23rd October 2007
The Power of Belting Up

While belting-up is a skill that ought to be perfected with personal touch, it relies heavily on con...

30th October 2007
Solace in Designer Labels

The good news is that there are a wide range of designer clothing offering a multitude of styles and...

6th November 2007
Serving the King

The consumer never bothers about other parties. He wants his his needs to be met. Any excuses, howev...

13th November 2007
A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

Good colognes go for higher prices than ordinary cosmetics; due to the amount of relatively costly c...

20th November 2007
Flip Yourself This Year

This year, flip and surprise yourself. Those who refuse to take risks do not live to excel. Success...

9th January 2008
Dressing Table: Is It Fashion’s Most Kept Secret?

Investing in a good dressing table will help ease your dressing coordination and plan.

15th January 2008
The Day of Red Notions

Since it is a day filled with emotions, dressing flirty and casual is the trick here. If you can man...

5th February 2008
Prescribing Lifestyles Limits Creativity

Women students in Turkey now have the power to choose whether or not to wear headscarves. The war on...

12th February 2008
Out of the Wild

As a businessperson, matching too many elements of an outfit makes you look like you are trying too...

19th February 2008
Shoe Shining is Here to Stay

People who ignore minor details such as upholding a disciplined look, stand to be doubted in their s...

29th February 2008
Judicialisation Triumphs in Nigeria

The long and harrowing experience of the citizens under the military era has prompted ordinary peopl...

10th March 2008
Upholding and Building a Heritage

They also run Shinyalu Botanical Gardens (SHIBOGA) a leading botanical garden in Kenya with over 2,0...

11th March 2008
Is Voting a Crime After All ?

It is time the lucrative incentives attracting a majority of people towards politics were reduced a...

18th March 2008
The Political Intrigues of Obasanjo

The sooner Nigerians embark on serious soul searching for better ways to relate and rebuild the nat...

25th March 2008
South Africa Needs More Demanding Customers

The service can be surly and slow, the food can be overpriced and badly prepared and everyone at the...

8th April 2008
John Mahama and Ghana's Democratic Enrichment

In Mahama, the irrationalities within the NDC, which ruled Ghana for eight years are being subjected...

18th April 2008
Africa Day is not Socialism Day!

A casual observation of many groups that celebrate this great day reveals that we are still entrench...

13th May 2008
Mungiki:Legitimate or Criminal?

The historical origins of mungiki are intricate and complex just as the sect itself. The problem of...

20th May 2008
Crime: Battling Juju-Marabou Mediums

The spiritualists who have not been considered in the larger criminology thought have wrongly being...

26th May 2008
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