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asiyamigold:

Allison Rhee makes the most beautiful flower crowns.

Photo by Sawyer Baird

The Goat farm editorial Coming soon on BLOG

Love it!

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naturalbelle:

@reignapiimwands via @kiyanawraps 🙌

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rovrsi:

Yves Saint Laurent HC S/S 2002

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Purple touch I love it!

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Caribean fairy
Make up by Benedicte Guillaume
Photo by Aliocha
Hairstyle by Séphora Joannes

tajajanel:

life round here
shot by MXXM

Tajajanel you’re so beautiful girl!

Séphora Joannes (me) artist, hairstylist and dreamer
Make up by Bénédicte Guillaume
Photo by Aliocha

Congratulation Lupita and thank you for your inspiration!!!

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AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up : Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up : Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up : Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up :  Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up :  Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

AFROFUTURISMATIC, PARIS

Talent : Lestyi
Hair : Séphora Joannes
Make Up :  Blakiah MyhairJourney
Photo : Mallory Meignant
Retouch : ClaireLaura Flamand

© 2014 - HAARA

yagazieemezi:

FASHION FEATURE:

New Zealand designer Karen Walker works with lensman Derek Henderson to shoot her Spring 2013 collection. Walker didn’t just employ the talents of artisans in Kenya, she had them model the looks, too. Partnering with the United Nations–endorsed Ethical Fashion Initiative, whose motto “Not Charity, Just Work” seeks to promote sustainable development over aid, Walker tasked the African nation’s finest micro-producers, designers, and craftspeople to produce the screen-printed pouches that will accompany every Karen Walker eyewear purchase from the collection.

I actually like this initiative because it highlights the machinists, cutters, tailors, production managers, and metal workers involved in the collection, as well as the Maasai crafters behind some of the more intricate beadwork seen on the pouch case.