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Minimalist Menswear With Ifeanyi Nwune

Up-and-coming Nigerian designer Ifeanyi Nwune minimalist menswear collection 'Control'.

Gender boundaries in fashion are disappearing season after season as menswear aesthetic swings back towards minimalism. During London Fashion Week, we noticed that most menswear designers presented wearable collections, targeting an audience that loves to be both fashionable and comfortable. Along those lines, up-and-coming Nigerian designer Ifeanyi Nwune releases his Control collection. Featuring solid white, red and black colors only, the Control garments are easily wearable while retaining a slight hint of modernity and edginess. Photographed by FT Studios, the lookbook showcases the full flavor of the collection. Scroll through our gallery to view the collection and if you want to talk about it, tweet @okayafrica with #ifeanyinwune.

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Rowlene Shares New Single ‘Stop’ from Upcoming Project ‘11:11’

Listen to Rowlene's new single 'Stop' from upcoming album '11:11'.

Rowlene is finally releasing a project. The pre-order for 11:11 is live, and it comes with a new single, the album opener titled "Stop". The song has two parts and is fit for an intro as it sees the artist crooning confidently over a trap beat and later, a stripped down instrumental which she meets halfway with her surefooted vocals. She sings in the hook: "I'm a CEO, see me all getting paid/ You ain't on the payroll, but you asking for a raise."
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