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MAY just got Hotter🎬⭐️❤ with @womanseramagazine #coverstory On stands Now!! Go grab your copies !! Shot for Woman's Era Magazine #MayIssue 2018. Out NOW!!
My Stars On the cover : @official_muditmalhotra @amanpreetwahi @daria_farkas
Inside the edit :
@aarshk47 @avisachdeva30 @johnstrand @bridgetgtz @apala_rajvanshi @priyankakhatri03
Fashion direction by me
Exclusive Designers for the story : @sidtytler @vikrambajajdesign @regisclothing
Footwear : @trufflecollectionindia @dreamshoeclub
Jewellery : @shahanabygopikakapoor @shubhashini.ornamentals
Hair and Makeup : @nidhisansimakeups @nidhisansi @iraniayesha
Fashion Assistant: @taniya.chauhan.31
Location courtesy : @thelalitnewdelhi
Bridget and John from @benzandbeadz @sunnysapra.sunshine
“Una mujer desnuda y en lo oscuro tiene una claridad que nos alumbra de modo que si ocurre un desconsuelo un apagón o una noche sin luna es conveniente y hasta imprescindible tener a mano una mujer desnuda.” 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸#mujer#benedetti#mejordichoimposible#newyork#poesía
Yagazie Emezi // Nigeria
Yagazie Emezi is a self-taught documentary photographer from Aba, Nigeria. She began her journey in 2015 and has since been commissioned by Al-Jazeera, New York Times, Vogue, Time Magazine, Refinery29, Everyday Projects, and UNFPA. She has also been featured by British Journal of Photography, Huffington Post, Nieman Reports, Mashable, Newsweek, and Buzzfeed. In 2017, she was a participant of the World Press Photo Masterclass West Africa and is a contributor to Everyday Africa. After ten months in Monrovia, Liberia documenting the impact of education for girls in at-risk communities, Yagazie returned to her ongoing project Re-learning Bodies.
Re-learning Bodies, now in its second year was started in Nigeria and explores how trauma survivors with African communities, outside the narrative of violence and abuse, adapt to their new bodies while marking the absence of an effusive culture around body positivity as a noteworthy cultural phenomenon.
Yagazie is a recipient of the 2018 inaugural Creative Bursary Award from Getty Images and is a participant of the 2018 New York Portfolio Review. She was photographed by Annie Leibovitz and profiled in the February 2018 issue of Vogue Magazine (Modern Families With A Cause). She is currently travelling for work and is represented by Native Agency.
#photography#aljazeera#newyork#vogue#timesmagazine#refinery29#everydayproject#huffingtonpost#africanasdiary ...Living the Making
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