Posted on Wednesday, 3 April

Zarya \z(a)-rya, zar-ya\ as a girl’s name is of Slavic origin. Mythology: Zarya is a water priestess and protector of warriors.

Model: Anna Makovchik
Photography: Moja Ma’at
MUA: Lisa Teller Mua
Body Art MUA: Trina Merry
Concept & Styling: Dierdre Wallace

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Posted on Friday, 29 March

Our two page #style #feature in this months #HipHopWeekly . So blessed to have this opportunity. #deeFindShoes #Highheels #LargeSizes #LadiesWithStyleAndGrace #Interview #InternalReflection

Posted on Thursday, 28 March

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Posted on Thursday, 28 March

Ianthe \i(a)-nthe, ian-the\ as a girl’s name is pronounced eye-AH-thee. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Ianthe is “violet flower”. Mythology: a sea nymph, daughter of Oceanus.

Model: Anna Makovchik
Photography: Moja Ma’at
MUA: Lisa Teller Mua
Body Art MUA: Trina Merry
Concept & Styling Dierdre Wallace

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Posted on Thursday, 28 March

Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world. -Marilyn Monroe #deeFind #shoes #FeminineFerocity #MerilynMonroe #Attitude #Style #FerociousFemme

Posted on Wednesday, 27 March

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Parthenope \p(a)-rtheno-pe, par-the-nope\ as a girl’s name is of Greek origin. Greek mythology: name of a Siren, who threw herself into the sea when she failed to lure Odysseus to his death. Also the original name for the Italian city of Naples. The name was also borne by Florence Nightingale’s sister.

Model: Anna Makovchik
Photography: Moja Ma’at
MUA: Lisa Teller Mua
Concept & Styling: Dierdre Wallace

Internal Reflection: Transition into your dreamworld.

Posted on Monday, 4 February

|| Zarya || Ferociously moving through her expedition of existence, this high cut pump embodies guidance and protection.  She is a rare beauty, constantly evolving and consistently reflecting the everlasting impressions that she leaves behind.

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Posted on Saturday, 2 February