Nigerian raised Maryam Moma is a striking beauty. Born to Nigerian and Tanzanian parents, the entrepreneur traveled extensively while modeling before fully transitioning to her passion: skin care. Moma launched, Yamerra, an organic line of products for hair, face and body. In the five years since it’s inception, the line has grown extensively, attracting a following of fashionistas who care just as much about their wardrobe as they do their bodies.
Some of her notable work include being on the cover of HauTe Magazine, Ambassador and Face of Selara Faces Make Up Studio and Spa, now known as Selara Beauty Lounge, a major beauty house and brand in Abuja, Nigeria, and most recently, “See Something, Say Something” 911 Safety print campaign found major US Airports, and Billboards on the East Coast.
For the past seven years, HauTeFashionAfrica.com has stayed the foremost African Fashion Website, exhibiting a taste for the cultural tempered with an appreciation of the varied degrees of influence by the west in today’s fashion.
Well, it’s no news that African Fashion has been received extremely well locally and globally, but that makes us think, what is next after the promotion? How better can we communicate and assist the progress of African Fashion as we have done in the past?
We have our ideas, which we are looking forward to implementing, but…
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