Sunday, 10 February 2013

Guess who? Lynxx and Oge Ogoye Heat Up The Cover of Red Sheet Magazine Feb 2013 Issue

By on January 29, 2013
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One word, FAB!
Popular Nollywood actress Oge Okoye and music star Lynxxx spice up the cover of The Red Sheet Magazine‘s February 2013 Issue.
Dazzling in a gold sequined midi dress, Oge speaks to the mag on motherhood, living life on her own terms and of course life as a superstar actress.
While the music star Lynxx looked dashing on the reverse cover as he poses in a checkered blue shirt, rich blue Italian-style tie and blue pants.
He talks about his life and exciting career.
More glam photos of the pair below…
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Fashion Debate: Would You Wear Brightly Coloured Tights?

Ok so it’s freezing outside, and over in NYC the skies are poised to dump a load of snow, so it is perhaps little wonder that editors and bloggers alike are looking to add a little warmth to their look. Whether you call them tights of pantyhose, hosiery is a key component of making any skirt or dress winter proof. But if you are fed up of boring opaques, should you be considering adding a little colour with a pair of boldly pigmented tights?
Traditionally we have been staunchly opposed to Crayola colours sprayed on to our legs, but this season’s new head to toe colour look – matching your shoes to your skirt to your jacket to your hat – requires the addition of correspondingly hued hosiery. To help explore this sartorial minefled we thought it might be best to set out a few guidelines:

1. Brown tights are never OK

Catherine Z-J is a big fan of chocolate legs, but we are not. Head to toe brown should be left lurking in the 70’s.

2. Anna Wintour Loves Burgundy

As sported by Anna Wintour in the gallery above is a great colour choice which will work with a host of jewel shades, including navy as well as camel and rust.

3. Red Tights Are Tricky

Red tights as worn by Charlotte Dellal are a bold choice – and definitely not the easiest to wear. We’ve spotted head to toe red on the FROW, but this look is definitely not for shrinking violets (or the red carpet – as Ms Dellal proves!)

4. Mustard’s A No-Go

Mustard tights are seemingly a thing. But we disagree wholeheartedly unless you are under 10.

5. Navy Is An Easy Way In

Navy tights are actually ok. But only if they are almost black and slightly sheer.

6. White Tights..Wowser

So there we have it. Coloured tights are not our first choice, but can look pretty cool as part of the new head to toe colour look. Just take it one step at a time people, ok?

Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses

Jennifer Lopez: If there’s anyone who can make white lace look sexy and a not a bit fusty, it’s J. Lo. The Parker star wore a short Chanel dress with a plunging neckline to the designer’s fashion show in Paris on Oct. 2, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Isla Fisher
Isla Fisher: The gorgeous redhead and mom of two looked drop-dead perfect at the Rise of the Guardian‘s London premiere on Nov. 15, 2012 in a cream-colored peplum Dolce & Gabbana dress with a satin belt and coordinating satin shoes by Sergio Rossi.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez: What a night! At Glamour’s Women of the Year gala on Nov. 12, 2012, the Spring Breakers actress was given the Independent Spirit award; the honor was presented to her by no less than Ethan Hawke; and she got to wear this sexy, elegant Giambattista Valli number!
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Sophia Bush
Sophia Bush: The actress wore an elegant three-quarter-sleeved Katharine Kidd dress to a fundraiser for the Rape Treatment Center in Beverly Hills on Oct. 14, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Nina Dobrev
Nina Dobrev: Who knew white lace could be so provocative? The Vampire Diaries star vamped it up in a tight, sexy, super-short Zuhair Murad lace dress with open back at the 2012 iHeartRadio concert in Las Vegas on Sept. 22, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Jessica Biel
Jessica Biel: Hurts so good? “My dress is so tight,” Biel told the Daily Mail at the London premiere of Total Recall on Aug. 16, 2012. “Getting up the stairs was a lot harder than any of the stunts we did in the film.” During the screening, she reportedly changed out of her feather and lace Giambattista Valli dress into a different, more comfortable frock.

Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashain: It’s her birthday! And she can wear white lace if she wants to! The reality star wore a bridal-esque Lanvin dress for her birthday date with boyfriend Kanye West in Venice on Oct. 21, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Ginnifer Goodwin
Ginnifer Goodwin: The Once Upon a Time star went for a retro ’50s look in a delicate Monique Lhuillier knee-length lace dress for the Young Hollywood Awards party in Hollywood on June 14, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Rihanna
Rihanna: The singer looked uncharacteristically prim and proper in a long lace Nini Nguyen dress for the launch of her fragrance Nude by Rihanna in Century City, CA, on Dec. 1, 2012.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Megan Fox
Meagan Fox: Just three months after having a baby, the actress attended the March of Dimes Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Dec. 8 looking post-partum pretty in a see-through lace L’Agence dress with cap sleeves.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift: The singer, decked in a long-sleeved Maria Lucia Hohan dress, managed to make queen’s lace look actually youthful at the Grammy Nominations Concert on Dec. 5, 2012 in Nashville.
Trend Watch: White Lace Dresses: Francesca Eastwood
Francesca Eastwood: Eastwood’s charming Escada lace sun dress was perfect for a tea party hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts on Jan. 12 in Los Angeles.

Kim Kardashian tells her family: Kanye West is more important to me than you

Kim Kardashian‘s relationship with�Kanye West�hasn’t always gone over well with her family members, as a clip from Sunday’s�Kourtney & Kim Take Miami�reveals. In the Feb. 11 episode, the 32-year-old is confronted by loved ones who feel she doesn’t spend enough time with them.
When Kim joins her family for breakfast, her stepfather,�Bruce Jenner, teases her for bowing out of a boat race.
“Oh, little Kimmie! What are you gonna back out on today?” he asks. “Is there anything else you want to get out of?”
Before Kim has a chance to reply, her sister,�Kourtney Kardashian, asks, “How’s Kanye?”

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“He’s good. He just has a couple of meetings here,” Kim says. “I’m actually here to tell you that I can do the boat roach now. I didn’t know that he had to take the redeye flight, so I can actually go.”
“So we’re your backup choice?” Kourtney asks while picking at her muffin. “So we’re your second priority?”

Has Wizkid started his own record label?

Close sources have revealed that after the alleged split with EME, Wizkid has started his own record label called Starboy Records. Does Wizkid have the capabilities to run a record label? Time will tell. Till it’s officially announced consider this a rumour.

Adebayor causes hotel problems in South Africa

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Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor is reportedly causing trouble in South Africa despite his team�s ouster from the tournament.
The Togo team had been staying at the plush Winkler Hotel in Mpumalanga. After getting knocked out of the Africa Cup of Nations they had a flight booked to take them back to Togo but Adebayor told some of the squad not to take it because he was going to arrange a private jet for everyone.
The players therefore didn�t check out and�the hotelwas unable to check people in who had rooms books for the night. The squad were supposed to leave on Monday but a source said �Some players were in the parking lot (of the Protea The Winkler Hotel) when I arrived. CAF did nothing wrong. They informed the team in advance that if they lost they would leave the next day, but the team is still there at the hotel.
�Togo were supposed to leave with the plane that dropped Ghana on Monday, but I�m told that Adebayor asked the players to stay because they were going to take a private jet home. So instead of going to Johannesburg first they would fly straight home. The private jet didn�t arrive and in the end the players are now stuck.�

UNAAB Students emerge one of only three African teams shortlisted in aerospace global competition

By on February 9, 2013
A student team from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta have been selected as one of only three African teams to proceed to the next stage in a global competition. The other two teams are from Wits University, South Africa and A.B.E University of Nairobi, Kenya. They are among 100 student teams worldwide to go through to the second round of the Biennial global Fly Your Ideas Competition, where entrants are invited to propose new ideas that will help the aerospace and air transport industry to become sustainable and eco-efficient. The teams were selected from over 600 teams who had submitted entries into the third edition of the Unesco-backed competition. The competition had earlier been published on 234direct.
The winning team stands to win a first prize of €30 000.
The team from Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta are proposing a revolutionary Future Aircraft using Geo-Atomic Vehicular Levitation Analogy (GALEV). The team members are Tolulope Ademolu, Tosin Aina, Damilola Oderinde and Damilola Ogundipe.
The University of Nairobi’s A.B.E. team entry involves the use of engineering a bamboo, sandwiched honeycomb structure and embedded thermal-acoustic foam as a replacement for non-recyclable composite materials used in the manufacture of aircraft cabin items. The student team from Wits University are proposing a revolutionary aircraft control system, which would replace fly-by-wire technology with a hybrid visible light communication system.
Of the student teams selected, only 3% are from Africa, another 3% from the Middle East, 8% from America, 37% from Europe, and 49% are from the Asia-Pacific.
Another elimination round still awaits the 100 teams before the final five teams to present their ideas to a panel of Airbus and industry experts at Airbus, in Hamburg, Germany, on 12 June 2013, are announced. The awards ceremony will take place in Paris, on 13 June 2013, at the Unesco headquarters.
The teams now have until 12 April 2013 to explore, test and develop their concepts. While the idea remains in the hands of the students, an Airbus mentor and expert have been assigned to each team to support, inspire and challenge the competitors.
Further information is available on the Fly Your Ideas Web site:
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