What’s Up interview on Muslim Fashion at Sara Shamshamsvari’s Veil series preview

My week began on a high note.

Less than a 7 days after hosting “An Artist Talk” with Sara Shamsavari at London College of Communication, I was back in the presence of the British-Iranian visual artist and photographer on Monday for the exhibition preview of London Veil/Paris Veil/NYC Veil at Library in Convent Garden. The series highlights and celebrates Muslim women who wear the hijab in vibrant and unique styles in various major capitals of the world. Continue reading

An invite from Sara Shamsavari to the Veil series Exhibition preview at Library 2nd Nov

Sara Shamsavari’s LONDON VEIL\PARIS VEIL\NYC VEIL series, which first premiered at Southbank Centre’s WOW – Women of the World Festival, has gone onto receiving international acclaim. The Veil series highlights young muslim women in major urban cities by documenting and celebrating the expression of their individual identities through their vibrant hijab styles. Continue reading

Pretty in Pink: making a bold fashion statement in Pink this Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Earlier this month I posted these pics on the Let’s do Lunch Facebook page, marking my evolution into an “urban practical fashionista” by matching pink trainers with a pink blazer. Now, this is not something I’ve ever had to consider doing – my trainers are strictly for the gym. However I was off to a meeting, yet I knew I wouldn’t have time to head back home before going to the gym (I can’t be missing my appointment with yoga), so I ditched my signature bootsies in exchange for trainers, which added practicality to the look… Typical urban girl in a rush – but we make it work right? Continue reading

Africa on the Square with friends of Let’s do Lunch

Africa on the Square: Let's do LunchLondon can be a lonely and daunting place, especially when there is lots to do, yet no-one to do it with!

Thankfully over the weekend I was joined with friends of Let’s do Lunch at Trafalgar Square for African on the Square 2015! Saturday the 10th Oct was the day thousands of Londoners and visitors got an opportunity to join together in celebration of African culture in the heart of London, part of Black History Month organised by the Mayor of LondonContinue reading