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My name is Zoe Audifferen - currently 15 living in Atlanta, Georgia. I was born in Chicago but moved to Nigeria when I was about 5 or 6 and have lived there for about 9 years; a good portion of my life. I consider it my home.
I love to write; from prose, to poetry, to articles. I want to become a fashion editor when I am older and eventually go on into the making of my own magazine here in Lagos. I'm a fashion enthusiast; any and everything the naked eye can see inspires my style.

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My name is Toyin Audifferen, 21 year old college student.
I didn't get into blogs until I was about 14-15 years old when I discovered Lookbook.nu. That's when I discovered that normal people that walk down the street could have amazing style too; it wasn't only the magazines that could have a say in what to wear/how to wear certain things. These people were walking, talking, blogging style inspirations.

I am an aspiring photographer, stylist and makeup artist and I am currently in school to learn the ropes of becoming a fashion buyer.


  1. Dear Editor,

    Below is our Press release - We are organizing a big recruitment event for everyone in Africa. Kindly blog about it. We wish to give every African a shot in getting a new JOB.

    ARE YOU READY AFRICA?: Workistry.com is set to host the “biggest Online Job fair” for AFRICA.

    Workistry.com is hosting the “Worlds’ Largest Online Job Fair” from July 17th – August 17th, 2015. We are inviting over 30,000 Employers from 98 countries to this JOB FAIR. They will be online to connect with professionals from Africa(Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, etc.). Log on now to www.workistry.com and upload your CV right away.

    Who are we?
    Workistry.com is a candidate search engine for the world. We basically network employers to jobseekers by making it easy for them to match their open positions to qualified talents in our database. We are poised to revolutionize the job market across the world especially AFRICA. We present an alternative to the traditional ways of finding jobs, which are local newspapers, word of mouth from friends, billboards, fliers, TV commercials and more recently online Job sites.

    According to Benjamin Onuoha, the Director of Business Development (Africa) “we want to create an equal and seamless employment platform for everyone. We are hoping that candidates will use this opportunity to find a fresh start, a better job or a new career direction”.

    How does it work? And how do I participate in the Online Job fair?

    Log on to the site, www.workistry.com
    Create an Account and Upload your CV.
    Employers from different Multinational companies will connect with you.
    Let your friends know about this Event as well.


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