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PHOTO CREDIT | Africax5.tv
Chocker | Ebay
Crop Top | SheIn
Skirt | Continent Clothing

Hey guys!

I've been really busy over the past week but its for a really good reason...I did some presenting in New York with Africax5.tv!

I was invited to present at the AFROPUNK Music Festival in downtown Brooklyn and it really showed the very essence of Afro & Punk at its best. Described as 'the most multicultural festival in the US' by The New York Times,  this festival is one of the first to celebrate people no matter what the ethic background or sexuality is... EVERYBODY should be treated equally.

I spoke to so many different people, some with businesses, some with amazing and out-of-the-box fashion styles and even those who came all the way from South Africa to join in with the festival spirit. 

The event has not only proven the positive forces when Africans, African - Americans or Black of any kinds unite, but celebrating multicultural food, businesses and fashion is where the magic begins to raise awareness of how important equality is and to help change the way these groups of people are viewed in the media. 

Its always been a dream of mine to visit downtown New York, the hood, the quirky hidden places that we only see in classic films like 'Friday' and 'Coming to America'. I'm so excited to share my trip with you guys so make sure to follow to ALL of my social medias so you don't miss out! Stay blessed xx





Top | SheIn
Jeans | Ebay
Shoe | Vintage 

I am a city girl, born and bred but its always nice getting out of the big city and exploring some natural beauty. One of those natural beauties is Kew Gardens

I remember coming here when I was around 7 years old for a school trip but seeing how it is now, nothing compares to it. There's thousands of exotic plants & flowers across this park. I was especially happy that I was able to take some amazing photos of the flowers...yes they are all my photography lol :)

If I ever get the chance, I may flex my photography muscles even further at the Museum Gardens in York. While there are many fun things to do in York, the registered botanical gardens contain a variety of spectacular and rare species of plants to explore. I quite fancy an afternoon of Vikings, ghost walks and gardens! But for now, I’ll stick to Kew!

If you're ever in London, or if you live in London, its worth a visit. But word of advise, wear some comfortable shoes as there is alot of walking! Also watch the KEW GARDENS VIDEO HERE to see what I got up to!


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