ASANDÉ is a vision. A vision to see places long devastated, restored. The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country that has been long devastated by the effects of war and we believe it can and will be restored✨ASANDÉ means ‘let there be more’ and ‘a people who will possess much land’ ✨ ASANDÉ hopes to bring something positive, empowering and long-lasting to this nation:⭐️ ASANDÉ is a belief that peace will reign again
in the DRC. That it’s people will possess the land in peace.⭐️ It’s a cause seeking to restore and rebuild the lives of those tormented by war.⭐️ It’s a social business in creation, seeking to provide
holistic care for victims, empowerment and education opportunities.
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What It’s Really Like to Break Into the Modeling World
Model discovery stories are mostly myth, but that doesn’t make them any less alluring. It isn’t enough to be beautiful and in search of work, one has to be plucked from obscurity. Oft repeated tales of being chased
by scouts at an airport, handed a business card while sipping coffee in Starbucks, or even spotted on Instagram have become the stuff of legend, but what is the reality? Read more
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It’s Official: Platform Sandals Are the Shoe of the Summer
The shape started its ascent during the Spring 2019 shows in September, where models at Miu Miu, Jacquemus, and Saint Laurent teetered their way down the catwalk in chunky heels. When done right, this footwear choice
is very much in opposition to anything dainty and sweet. Try styling them like Bianca Jagger and her clan of ’70s disco glamazons, or take inspiration from ’60s mod dolly birds with their
The Spring/Summer 2019 shows, which happened towards the tail end of last year, were many, many things. While the majority of designers continued with the memo ‘you do you’, what united them was their search for an expression of female
10 Ways to Wear a Vest Without Going Full Midtown Uniform
Remember Midtown Uniform? Well, there’s a way to style vests without falling into that corporate casual pitfall. With a little creativity, vests have all the potential in the world to be chic.After all, they are
perfect for that moment between winter and spring, when it is breezy, but you don’t want or even need to commit to jacket with sleeves.