Zandile Blay is a Style Columnist for the Huffington Post and founder of Africa Style Daily.
She was formerly Digital Fashion Editor for ESSENCE Magazine, Women’s Fashion Editor for Paper Magazine and Readers Editor at SEVENTEEN Magazine. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine online, InStyle, Teen People, The New York Sun, The Daily News and America Online, amongst others. As a leading fashion blogger, she founded the British Vogue recognized fashion news blog, The Blay Report, and the Guardian UK recognized, Africa Style Daily. Blay earned her Bachelor of Science in Journalism at Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. She earned her Masters in Fashion from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. She was a 2012-2013 finalist for the Nieman Journalism Fellowship at Harvard University.
Blay was named to EBONY Magazine’s inaugural annual Power List in 2010.
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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