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T I K  T O K: Having a bit of Friday fun on TikTok with me boy 😂 #fliptheswitch #finallyontiktok #fliptheswitchchallenge

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N E W T R A L S: More than anything, it’s the uncertainty about this whole situation that worries me. Never been a fan of the unknown. Hope you all are staying safe and keeping the mind active and stimulated in new ways. For introverts like me, this is a walk in the park 🤷🏾‍♀️ Ph by @scarlettstvns

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FabAfriq Magazine: Official Launch and First Print

 FabAfriq is an online African lifestyle magazine on African inspired contents,  contemporary  fashion,  features on culture, African cuisine, health and tourism, development, art, book reviews and the list goes on. Basically, it is not only a forum that showcases African talents and achievements but promotes and encourages it. This magazine has been up and running online for more than a year today. it’s success and high fan base turn out had its publishers thinking it was high time the FabAfriq magazine launched its very own well-deserved print version. So they went ahead and planned it. And now for the very first time,  Mrs Adeline Sede K, the proud publisher of FabAfriq magazine is pleased to announce the launch of the first print version of the FabAfriq Magazine! Yay! Sounds exciting doesn’t it? Let’s get down to the deets on this event.                                                                                                                                                                                     When:  Saturday 08 October 2011

Where It’s Going Down: The Drum, 144 Potters Lane, Aston , Birmingham, B6 4UU

Time: 6pm

Red Carpet & Pictures: 6:30 pm -7:30

Tickets: £25 or get VIP tickets at just £40. Click here to purchase.

What You Are Paying For:  An exciting  fashion packed event including a Red Carpet Reception, Art Exhibition, Fashion Show, Silent                                                                Auction, Live Music, Champagne and Canapes.

You do not want to miss out on this opportunity to socialize and network with people from diverse backgrounds and fields. Come and discover Africa and get discovered!

Remember to bring your glam to the red carpet. Here are a few highlights of what you’ll be reading about from the fabulous FabAfriq Magazine.

Exposing African Talent

Amazing painting by a young Cameroonian

Appreciating Beauty in Africa

Joyce Mandi, Cameroonian model and face of FabAfriq
Fashion content

Vlisco, proudly African.

Celebrating Love

Sidonie Nupa and Tafor Niba. Catch a glimpse into their wedding.
Sidonie and Tafor
Cameroonian sisterhood showing some love while they strut their stuff.

Showcasing African Cuisine

Fried Rice
Dodo and Beans


Are you sure you want to miss ALL of this? I don’t think so. Get planning, get buying and get ready to launch this magazine!

For tickets, promotional hotel reservation, advertising and other information, please contact:

Email: hello@fabafriq.com
Tel: 00447950194420

See you there!

Holla 🙂

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  • kiara
    September 15, 2011

    omg i just love the dodo and beans and the grilled bar fish ,yummy. african fashion is all there ever will be.go FABAFRIC!!!

    • MsAidyl
      September 15, 2011

      see, i think after seeing that I will eat dodo and beans today 🙂 hehe

      • Mac
        September 16, 2011

        lol, I prefer your blog now that it has an African touch, keep up

  • Christina Hardeybowme
    September 21, 2011

    this is so beautiful

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