This issue is all about introducing a new look from the monotonous faked-up wigs that has become a trademark and an addiction within the Congolese fashionistas. We are delighted to announce that we have acquired new studios for our photography and modeling. See this as a review of what is to come.
Its always good to feature upcoming talent on this blog, especially when she’s Congolese. That’s why every week we shall bring you the Bikini girl of the week. This being a new magazine, you’ll have to forgive us for not thinking like you-having morals found in a box. We shall try our best to improve and also be balanced as we believe in fair play.
The need to inspire and let Congolese know that its simplicity the new cool and not some trench coats,big bags and wigs that are cool.
Reclaiming the classic African look with a Congolese twist can stand-out…
Obviously, the followers of Congolese fashion cult, still confuse extravagance, with good test. Never mind, the need to be absolutely chic. Its the price tag and not quality of clothes to wear that matters most. Thus, clothes go with the body, and not the body that goes with the clothes.
To work like a slave so that one can buy expensive designer clothes when Congo/Africa has the best designers, is not developing Africans but making it poor in terms of creativity. With access to fashion software technology,designers can easily tailor their desired fashion with a click of the mouse and just send it to a printer.
The fashion industry is soon to go out of fashion,just like how photography studios died-the new clothes will come in a form of a spray. were you spray your parts of the body according to your desired fashion design,and within 10 minutes, the synthetic spray will fashion-mold itself as a fabric. This is not science fiction, as the spray is already on sell-not mentioning 3rd printing. In-fact, the mold is more stronger than cotton,nylon,canvas,etc.
Hehehe, you take a bath and it melts! Ehh,Kidding!
Don’t miss our model in the official launch of her catalog and full interviews and chitchat.
Meanwhile, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, specifically in the city of Kinshasa, it has been noticed that many people have white skin. What is amazing, they are neither white nor black. But they metamorphosed using lightening cosmetics.
The aim of this practice is to be beautiful or handsome. Currently the city of Kinshasa has several cosmetic shops where beauty milks with hydrocodone or lightening soap are sold at a reasonable price.
However, the blame is on those glossy magazines that exploit the self confidence of African people by selling them a fake fantasy.-regardless of their harmful effects on health, the bleaching products are aggressively advertised in most black glossy magazines
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