The deadline to apply for media credentials is Friday, April 9th, 2010 at 5 p.m. PT. Runway and Award Show.
Media credentials are non-transferable and African Vibes Magazine reserves the right to refuse entry if media credentials are improperly used.
Registration for journalists: Registration for this event is complimentary for professional journalists who may provide editorial coverage and who meet the eligibility criteria described below.
Media qualifications: You must be currently employed by a publication OR you must be currently employed with a recognized (network, cable, independent, internet) news organization. Television and radio stations must maintain a regular news department. You also may be required to submit credential information to support your qualifications. If so, African Vibes will contact you upon receipt of your media registration form.
Media credentials are given to members of the working media whose attendance at the African Vibes Magazine Anniversary will result in coverage, whether print, online or broadcast, of the anniversary event.
Individuals who do not qualify for media credentials: Individuals representing companies or organizations listed below do not qualify for media registration.
- Book authors
- Marketing Companies
- Media with no assignment to cover the event
- Other representatives who are not reporting on the event
Number of Media Who May Register for Each Organization: Registration is limited to two individuals per media outlet; blogs, newsletters and college publications are limited to one representative per outlet. Organizations that wish to send more than two representatives to the event, should email email@example.com/wordpressnew with their request.
All approved media will receive an e-mail confirmation of their registration.
Media Eligibility Criteria
Please review the criteria for your appropriate media category.
- Current masthead or link to site with your name as contributor or columnist
- Contributing editors and reporters must supply an original letter of assignment, on the organization’s letterhead, stating they have been retained to cover the event.
Preview the African Vibes Magazine Afronista Photoshoot for Issue 17
Issue 17 of the African Vibes Magazine features Nollywood Actress Stephanie Okereke.
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IN THIS ISSUE
- Afronista and the City Fashion Shoot
- African Vibes Magazine 5th Anniversary Event
- Relationship lesson from a couple married for 52 years
- Africa’s highest paid soccer millionaires
- Our Favorite 5 Albums
- Books we recommend
- The Face of Rape
- 7 Smart Ways to Make Money Online
- 9 Red Carpet Hair Style Inspirations
- Question of the Issue: Who Are the Hottest Africans In Movie Entertainment?
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African Vibes Magazine 5th Anniversary Event Recap and Photos
African Vibes Magazine had a successful fifth anniversary event with African designers on the “I Wear African” Runway showcasing contemporary African fashions, special performances from DJ Oudy 1er and the Brown Family Group at its all white 5th Anniversary event which took place on May 1st at the Avalon in Hollywood, California.
#African Vibes Magazine shone a bright light on up and coming #African designers and performers at its all white 5th Anniversary event which took place on May 1st at the Avalon Hollywood. The event kicked off with a Pre-Show Glam Lounge where Beauty Sponsor, Milani Cosmetics glammed up guests while VIPs sampled some delectable desserts and sipped on complimentary champagne. Guests received exciting gift bag items including a selection of Milani’s Passport of Color Spring collection items. The show kicked off with an opening dance act from renowned choreographer, #Titus Fotso along with members of his troupe (Wilfried Souly, #Michel Kouakou, #Rachel Tisby, #Malik Sow and #Soro Gnenmon). Other performers included #the Brown Family (#Somto Madu, #Samuel Dosumu and #John Paul Arabome) and Oudy 1er whose performance and dance moves had guests on their feet asking for an encore.”
This year’s participating designers included jewelry designer #Su Beningfield from South Africa, clothing designer Solome Katongole from Uganda, jewelry designer #Monalisa Okojie from Nigeria, shoe designer #Joseph Ntomp from Cameroon, clothing designer Oyin Ayoola from Nigeria, clothing designer Princess Latifat from Nigeria and clothing/jewelry designer #Wawi Amasha from Kenya who closed the show with models dancing down the Runway in her clothing.
Designers have previously showcased clothing items and accessories for women but this year, the men were all too happy to spot Joseph Ntomp’s shoe collection while the ladies cheered as the male models walked down the runway with a swag in their step. Other designers who included pieces for men in their collection were Princess Latifat and Monalisa Okojie.
Editor In Chief, Belle Niba and Actress #Tangi Miller who hosted the event kept the audience entertained throughout the evenings. As part of the event, the African Vibes Magazine African Diamond Award was given to #Senator Curren Price Jr. for encouraging trade and investment opportunities between Africa and California, #Dr Condessa Curley and #Anita Gent Williams for the work they do to help African communities through their Charity organization, Project Africa Global. The Awards were sponsored by Arik Air along with Supporting Sponsor, Gigi Jewelry.
Following the show was the VIP After Party where VIP guests, designers, models and artists joined in celebration with International DJ Fly kept guests on their feet on the dance floor throughout the evening. Hors d’oeuvres were served along with complimentary champagne for Gold, Platinum and Diamond VIPs.
For those who missed the show, Television media sponsor, Afrotainment TV, will be airing it on May 7th at 6:15pm (PST) and on May 8th at 11:50am (PST). The show will be on their DishNetwork Channel 751 available nationwide.
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Kenyan Designer to bring the East African Khanga to the IWA Runway
Kenyan artist and designer Wawi Amasha is behind Mami Afrika Designs, a brand featuring clothing, jewelry and wearable art. Amasha’s designs reflect the celebration of life with the use of vibrant colors inspired by the Motherland, warming the heart at a glance. Every item is handcrafted with love, totally unique and never exactly duplicated. She is one of the designers who will be featured on the #African Vibes Magazine “#I Wear African” Runway.
She mainly uses a fabric called “Khanga or Lesso very common in East Africa. The khanga is a colorful garment worn by women and occasionally by men throughout Eastern Africa. Each has a unique Swahili saying; usually of bright colors and bold patterns with a decorated border around the main design.
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