All the interweb is abuzz with the talk of the 2016 Met Ball, and like everyone else I was all too excited to see the red carpet looks. Manus x Machina is an interesting theme given the growing influence of technology on how most of the world’s fashions are created – with the dawn of 3-D printing, and print productions. etc.
Tag: queen rania
In honor of the past weekend’s International Women’s Day Celebration I would like to dedicate this post to some extraordinary women who have had ground breaking success in shattering the expectations of women in society whether it be in their field of study and employment or on the front lines fighting for women’s rights.
So let’s jump right in. Here are a few of my favorite female history makers from around the world.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Chimamanda Ngzozi Adichie is a Nigerian born critically acclaimed novelist and short story writer. She has gained praises for her prolific works in African literature and for her views on feminism and gender roles.
Adichie, the fifth of six children is of the Igbo peoples of Nigeria. She was born in the city of Enugu in the university town of Nsukka, Southeastern Nigeria to educators, by trade. Her father, a statistician taught at the University of Nigeria while her mother made history by becoming the university’s first female registrar.