March 12th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Inspired by the independent thinkers of the world, Suited Magazine’s inaugural issue champions the free spirits in the fashion industry that stand to make a change in how we consume our content. With crisp, black and white photography capturing subjects from Street Etiquette’s Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, who use fashion as a topic starter for cultural events to Steven Cox & Daniel Silver for Duckie Brown and their boundary-pushing, offbeat menswear collections, Suited stands as a great example of individuality and self-expression. The whole issue, cast by Julia Samersova, is exemplified in the fashion story with South Sudanese models, Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Malek, & Mari Agory who use their fashion platform to inspire peace in their home country. Well-suited indeed.

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Atong Ajork and Nykhor Paul by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis, art direction by Hassan Rahim

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Sarah Abney, Nicholas Costa by Conan Thai, styling by Ashley Owens

Victoria Anderson by Paul Jung, styling by Melita Baumeister, Timothy Baga

Luke James by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu

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Bhumika Arora by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu


Armando Cabral by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

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Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Agory, Mari Malek by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis

Bianca Gittens by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

Sanna Backstrom by Adam Katz Sinding (See Management) in Rad Hourani, styling by Adrian Manuel and Timothy Baga

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Spotlight On: Pop Africana

January 27th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

While most fashion magazines are still getting a grasp on the concept of diversity, there are few out there that offer a fresh perspective. Launched last year by Oroma Elewa, Pop Africana aims to serve as the official African book of style. Paying tribute to and showcasing the incredible talent within the continent, each issue introduces readers to a wealth of creativity. The limited edition, second issue (available on the Pop Africana website) features editorials with beauty Ajak Deng, along with special content from Duro Olowu, Olufemi Terry, Maki Oh, Marcus Samuelsson & Nina Keita.

Issue No. 2 | Ajak Deng by Owen Bruce

Issue No. 1 | Gaye McDonald by Jamie Nelson

Issue No. 1 | Ataui Deng & Atong Ajork by Oroma Elewa

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