Next up in our Women Supporting Women series is Musemo Handahu (Mo), whose last name means Lionhunter – how cool is that. Miss Lionhunter, to her social media followers, has created a space where you vivid photography and deftly written posts keep us coming back for more. Occasionally, Mo’s brother, Tendai, makes an appearance offering the male style perspective. Without further ado, we give you Mo Handahu in her own words. What first got you into fashion? The way I dress speaks first, so I love the idea of creating a
Our Women Supporting Women Black History Month Edition continues, and we have another FABULOUS woman doing fabulous things that we just had to share with you! If you don’t know her, then you need to get to know her, because the beautiful Michelle Lyte is an amazingly talented, incredibly creative and exceptionally stylish designer and stylist living here in the 6ix making “money moves” in the words of Cardi B! We had the opportunity to ask her a few questions and learn about how she developed into this amazing talent.
Happy Black History Month y’all! We wanted to pay tribute to the amazing creatives, content creators and influencers who are black Canadians doing their thing and doing it remarkably! To that end, we are reviving our Women Supporting Women feature and reached out to the immensely talented Sophie Taylor. Sophie is a graphic designer and small business owner of Castlefield Design (www.castlefielddesign.com) and Shop Castlefield (www.castlefield.co) where one can purchase beautiful, stationery, clothing and much more all featuring her designs. We reached out to Sophie to learn more about her