Author Archives : Aysha Jones

Ugandian trees used for high fashion!


Sarah Nakalembe is a afroswedish designer with a degree in fashion design from Tillskäraakademin. Her African roots inspired this collection which was launched at the annual LeNoir Creative Week 2016. Here’s a short interview with the talented designer about her inspiration and work. Your a designer based in Sweden but always create with Africa in mind. Why is that important…

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Shea is bae, collective is the future…


Make a plan, but be flexible Continuing my series on talented creatives I met during the LeNoir Creative Week with a girl who has stolen a spot in my heart, Hadija Inoussa of MINO collective. I’m extremly impressed by both her and her products! Why did you as a young souls chose social entrepreneurship over common entrepreneurship and how are…

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Prints to hide your winter blues!


Growing up I loved prints and mix match, never did I think I would meet a designer who was so creative in both areas here in Sweden but lord was I wrong! Introducing to all our Fashion 9one1 readers one of my right now favourite printmakers, Sarah from Sweden’s “down under” Skåne. Work, work, work, work, work! As you might…

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The Queen who creates red carpet slayage!


I don’t see Africa the way other/media se it and I want to portray that.   Your a designer based in Sweden with West African roots, a muslimah and proud hijab wearer yet your designs are very bold and somewhat sexy. What goes through your mind when you create a garment and how much do you care about all prejudices…

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End the violence now, put down your weapon!


We decided to publish some pictures from the demonstration organized by LeNoir PR in collaboration with the family of Aiman Qabli whom was tragically killed outside the tube station Alby in Stockholm. In only the matter of one month more than five youths has been killed by various weapons in Stockholm only and the violence must stop! We call for…

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10 things to do in LA, that even locals will love!


Yes, I love everything Los Angeles and want you to at least consider a trip to Lala land in a near future so with aims of trying to convince you to take that flight here’s my top ten favorite things to do in LA, right now. No I haven’t been to all but sure plan on ticking all of the…

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Inside the mind of a fashionistaa


This past time my little PR agency (LeNoir Public Relations) enjoyed a lot of achievements and accolades in major channels around the world. I’m not the one that complains, checks out or take some time off but after the recent months escapades (and losses you have not seen), I felt that I long ago earned a break for ages if…

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Back to school, you can still be flawless!


Starting school may involve anxiety for many youths , out of several reasons . Do not let your outfits to be one of your headaches , steal this style for a spot on back to school look! All items can be bought on hm.com Ps . You can also replace hängselshortsen against a pair of jeans, I loved these that are…

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Holiday fashion at the office, any one?


It can be quite frustrating when the job calls for the holiday lazy days and you feel that the closet does not really sync with one’s “new improved self ,” we’ve all been there. I’m sitting right now and revel me in H & M’s new collection from their sent home directory and in the can I find lot of…

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Vintage-Inspired Finds for Your Home


Daniel Jackson shot supermodel Christy Turlington and Calvin Klein creative directors Francisco Costa, Italo Zucchelli and Kevin Carrigan for WSJ. Magazine. No one rejects, dislikes, or avoids pleasure itself, because it is pleasure, but because those who do not know how to pursue pleasure rationally encounter consequences that are extremely painful.

Nor again is there anyone who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself, because it is pain…

But who has any right to find fault with a man who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no annoying consequences, or one who avoids a pain that produces no resultant pleasure?

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