Tag Archives: Fashionista

2016 April 18: “The fashionista in Me”

by Leptie Phume About 3 years ago I got the opportunity to be featured in Faces and Phases, a series by Zanele Muholi. Back then I had little knowledge of who she was and I didn’t understand the series at … Continue reading

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2015 Feb. 23: Things I like and what I want to do

by Shaz ‘Sicka’ Mthunzi Like most people, I enjoy having nice things every once in a while. I am obsessed with cars that have power and balance, brands like Mercedes Benz, Land Rover/Range Rover. I wish to see myself owning … Continue reading

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2014 Jan.21: My Woman

by Lebohang ‘Leptie’ Phume   I fell in love with someone I’d never met before. All I knew  was she was 1.65m tall, had that dark brown chocolate skin, big beautiful eyes and jaw lines to die for. It was never my … Continue reading

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