High Heel pair of shoes

High Heel shoes: The bitter price of elegance

“I heard they could cause back pain, but I have never experienced any,’’ Izunobi said. A civil servant, Mrs Titi Tela, is of the opinion that high heels could be uncomfortable but inevitable when it comes to a woman’s wardrobe. “Many women wear them to look and feel sexy, professional, or to boost confidence, but most ladies carry flat slip-ons or shoes in their bags to alternate because these heels can be very discomforting and you do not have a choice but to slip out of them,’’ she said.

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Fashion

Eyola – A New Era of Fashion

Step into a world of exotic fashion, with a range of high trendy collections that provides clients with better contemporary options. Located at the Lambogini House Lekki, the Eyola Fashion House berths with a brick and mortar fashion showroom and a digital online store. The London-based brand, run by Nigerian Entrepreneur Eyola, champions feminism and the handmade sensibility of nineteenth century intricate and bespoke tailoring.

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Glam: Your distressed Jeans

When it comes to dressing down, nothing helps your course more than a pair of jeans trouser or a cute mini jeans skirt. A pair of jeans paired with a simple top-another jeans blouse, tank top or an embellished chiffon blouse helps you look really laid back. But your typical weekend look can even look better with a pair of distressed jeans trouser of skirt.

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Tabia Princewill

I want to have an impact on people’s lives – Tabia Princewill

Tabia holds a B.Sc. in Journalism from the Sorbonne University and an M.Sc. in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics.Growing up literally in the NTA newsroom, Tabia linked her early start in journalism to her admiration for her mother’s job. Although writing is her first love, she soon discovered that a lot of Nigerians are easily influenced by what they see on television, a thought which I want to have an impact on people’s lives – Tabia Princewill Tabia Princewill gave birth to ‘Walk The Talk’, a talk show on TV. The programme focuses on reaching a wide audience while providing a means of expression for the new talk show. For Tabia, a former editor of ‘Guardian Life’ magazine and now Executive Producer of ‘Walk the Talk’, the show is dedicated to promoting positive mindsets with intent to use its upbeat,personally affirming message to inspire the lifestyle of everyday Nigerians.

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*Helen Ibru

I have learnt to be grateful for all I have – Helene Ibru

Helene Ibru, a lawyer of Nigerian and French parentage, obtained her first degree in Paris, where she also earned her Master’s degree. She worker for some years in France, then decided that it was time to return to Nigeria.The mother of four, who changed careers at different times in order to be available for her children, is co-host of ‘Walk the Talk’, and older sister to Tabia.

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Brown Oyitso

Brown Oyitso – Amazing Work Of Grace

Although he is a Provincial Pastor with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, and the MD/CEO of Brunnel Nigeria Limited, if a man’s beginning determined his ending, he would have amounted to nothing. According to his personal testimony, the penury to which his widowed mother was thrown after the demise of his Area customary court judge father, left his future hanging in the balance.

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