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ILLUSTRATIONS – GRAPHIC ART by EDDY BOGAERT

We are happy to showcase graphic artist, Eddy Bogaert. You are also able to view his feature works in the October Issue: VINTAGE GLAM , November Issue: THRILLER, and  December Issue: AFRICA. 
We love to showcase his work. He is a great supporter and we are happy to have him a part of the C’est Moi Magazine family.

Support and follow his work. He is a force to be followed.

ONE ON ONE WITH Jastè

We are happy to feature the duo Jastè in our pages. We have been following them for a while and we are excited to be able get a more in-depth background of this Australian dramatic duo.
“…..Stay persistent. Never listen to the naysayers and always believe in yourself, because one day it will all pay off…..”
Check out this duo in our December Issue: AFRICA . Don’t forget to follow us on our facebook  page to keep in the know of our featured artists.

 

TIME FOR AFRICA by Sanda Panteleimonov

Inspired by clothes of the African Territory, modern fashion successfully borrows their outfits as ideas for textiles and accessorizes. Nowadays, celebrities like Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Gwen Stefani, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Madonna, Miley Cyrus, Cheryl Cole, and even PippaMiddleton are frequently using this kind of trend in their everyday image. Therefore, for each of us particularly, animal prints became a huge part of fashion.

 

In 1967, Yves Saint Laurent approached this tendency with outfits based on African custom attire. He demonstrated dresses, tops, skirts, blouses, accessories, and bags with catchy wild animal prints. Thus, he immediately introduced new collections with ethnic, very specific, and very bold trends for several seasons. With Louis Vuitton 2012 collection, signs and hints of the New African Era were observed with a new power and findings, and now we have a new chance to admire African Fashion. Stylists have been attempting to convince us that African motifs are on trend for years, along with wild animal prints, furs, and bright warm tones in clothes and accessories. The 2014 Fall-Winter collections as well as Spring-Summer collections look like ads for the special edition of the National Geographic magazine. Asia, Africa, and South America represents a source of origin for complex patterns and drawings, animal prints, bright ornaments  in accessories, everyday clothes, and even evening outfits. The  african prints may be combined with classic, chic or other forms clothing (sometimes even athletic outfits).

There are many benefits and advantages in this trend, but the best thing would be it’s ethnic effect. The elements and silhouettes always remain modern, very accessible, and are show stoppers. There’s no need to be a person with an exotic taste or even have an African cultural knowledge to promote this trend. Leather, wool, silk or linen are the best natural materials for clothes, shoes, bags and other accessories.   Be careful with make-up and don’t turn it into a “war paint.”
Now let’s check out some of modern revelations for coming seasons. Mona Kowalska was feeling a bit playful with her collection creating a risky journey collection with oversized tunics and playful prints. Julie Nicaisse Jewellery presents a whole collection of rings, bracelets, earrings with a “wild subtext“. And also I propose a little blitz for our subject!!
Where it began? 
After Europeans came home from colonizing countries of Africa and Asia, they brought with them skins of the wild animals like: lions, leopards, tigers, jaguars, panthers, snakes, etc. Their original patterns were reproduced on textile fabrics, and soon were marked on clothes and accessories. 
Two centuries later, superstars like Lauren Bacall and Marilyn Monroe promoted these prints for their magnetism and chic.
Why it keeps coming back? 
Because they’re simply seasonless! You can wear them almost with any item of clothing and they really add edge to your wardrobe.
Best size for skirts/dresses etc. with these prints:  You are able to wear with mini-skirts, midi dresses; doesn‘t matter actually.
Best colors: bright yellow, brown, beige, black, orange, red, purple, green, pale pink, and swamp.
Best materials: cotton, silk, knits, wool, and leather.
Best accessories: leather hand bags, woven bags, woven sandals, and shoes with t-strap heels.
3 Important Rules for African Prints:
1. Don’t forget a neutral tone for your saucy look. This will be a perfect contrast for your African prints. 
2. Play with accessories. Just be attentive on how you are working with the accessories. A few neutral will do for a dress or a costume if it contains African Prints. Vice-versa – if you have a neutral dress – “revitalize” it with wild accessories.
3. Don’t Mix Prints. You should not mix the leopard and crocodile prints. Hope I don’t need to explain why it will look a little strange.
Waka-waka, time for Africa… Are you ready?  You should not worry about something, when you have so many  designers, brands and trends declaring Africa as one of the season’s hits!
 
 

WHIP YOUR HAIR by Sanda Panteleimonov

Saucy, bold, daring hairstyle – “a la AfroLady” will stand out of time and place forever. Sucky hairstyles are just like an indispensable and irreplaceable element and detail, that changes style, image, character, and even personality. Hair “reincarnates” you. Never mind if you choose a casual or a glamorous hairstyle, be more strict or a little nasty,  sophisticated, super ordinary, or  any other type – you for sure will become noticed and remarked! 

Take an example from stars like Rihanna (and her frequent experiments not only with hairdos but with colours also), Kelly Rowland (with her gorgeous curls), Solange Knowles (now that’s what I name a natural afro), Beyonce (these long, bold waves), Jill Scott (with funky curls). And take a look – I have chosen three cheeky and impertinent coiffures for a Hot

Unforgettable Moment.

1)Conservative Mohawk: Good for both day or evening case. It is comfortable, convenient, doesn’t need much time,  style imagination, or effort. 
 
Know-How:
1. Hair should be blow dried. Firstly, apply thermal protectant.
2. Separate hair in small sections and work with every section singly. Smooth and flip hair out. After finishing with working up the back of head – begin working in the crown, also separating in small sections.
3. Use shine styling cream to ends for fixating.
4. Style bangs as you want.
5. Finish style with the same  fixating cream or fixing spray.
Supporting material: For shine and smoothness:  use Alterna’s Caviar CC Cream For Hair 10-in-1 Complete Correction.
Face shape: This hairstyle is good for ladies with oval, triangle, or square face shapes.
2) Sleek Bob:  One big classic African Answer. It’s like transversal line between perfect and glamorous, nasty style. As you may know, this variation is cut shorter in the back and longer, angled, in the front.
Know-How:
1. Apply a styling cream on a a towel dried hair. Or, you can also use some  protective oils, for example Moroccan. Begin out at the ends and work throughout the hair that will add necessary, indispensable  polish.
2. Work again in small sections. Bend ends under.
3. Then flip bangs backward for creating the effect of movement.
4. After you gone through and flat-ironed all the sections, go back with Moroccan oil make everything slick and polished.
5. Apply hairspray to ends for fixing.
6. At the end, style paste to piece out sections if you like. If you want, you may just leave the oil.
Supporting material: The most important, useful and indispensable thing is Moroccan Oil.
Face shape: Perfect choice for round, oval and triangle faces.
 
3) Funky Curls: This want is like screaming to everybody “Watch me, admire me, envy me!”. Flamboyant, rich, lush, luxuriant, riotous – this hairstyle shows your funky and crazy, nasty side.
Know-How:
1. Apply curl cream and medium hold gel. Allow hair to an air dry.
2. Start in the back, as in the precedent cases. Finger comb hair to the central part.
3. Using haircombs, slide the comb into place to both sides. Repeat till reaching the crown.
4. Pull sides up toward top of head. Secure with haircombs, for facilitate process and work faster.
5. Arrange top of hair as you want.
6. Finally fix style with hairspray or fixing gel/cream.
Supporting material: Product Kinky Curly’s Curl Custard is perfect for make smoothy, unruly curls. Also are good – Tigi Catwalk Curlesque Rock Amplifier; Schwarzkopf Osis + Twin Curl Cream; Bumble and Bumble Curl Conscious Defining Cream.
Face shape: Funky Curls are good mostly for round and triangle faces.

   


C’EST MOI MAGAZINE ISSUE SIX: AFRICA

We are happy and excited to finally release our sixth issue: Africa. We will like to thank all our contributors and readers. We will like to go further is showing our appreciation. We are looking  for sponsors and advertisers looking to advertise in our pages, which will help in providing items that will be used in our very first giveaway. As well please help get to over 400 likes on our 
FACEBOOK LIKE PAGE and our INSTAGRAM

COVER:

Photographer/ Creative Director: Jamie Chan

Model: Jackie Marlowe

Make Up Artist/Hairstylist/Designs/Styling: Kevin Lim

CONTRIBUTORS
Danielle Korman Photography
Jaio Photography
Jaime Chan Photography
Joe Aruna Photography
Ryan Dieselseven Photography
Sabine Rosch Photography
Sam J. Photography
Sanda Panteleimonov
Sherman Orendorf Photography
Scholastic Makeup
Thomas H.P. Jerusalem Photography
 

WEBITORIAL- NEFERTITI

“NEFERTITI”

Photographer: Jamie Chan Photography
www.jaimechanphotography.com
Instagram: @JaimeChanPhoto
Model: Jackie Marlowe/Pinkertin Model & Talent
Instagram: @JackieMarlowe
Agency: www.pinkertonmodelandtalent.com
Makeup/Hair/Designs/Styling: Kevin Lim
www.facebook.com/morhologybykevinlim
Instagram: @MorphologyByKevinLim

WEBITORIAL- GERMANY’S NEXT TOP MODEL

“GERMANY’S NEXT TOP MODEL”

Photographer: Sabine Rosch
Model: Jacqueline Thiessen 
Makeup & Hair: Eugenia Boehmer
Styling: Katja Schultz
Assistance: Ernst Weerts
We are honored to have featured in our pages one of Heidi Klum’s favourites and Germany’s Next Top Model contender, Jacqueline Thiessen.  



WEBITORIAL- CONCRETE JUNGLE

“CONCRETE JUNGLE”

Photographer: Ryan Dieselseven
Model: Natalie Lunter /Charles Stuart International Models
Luxury Leather Handbag Designer:  PASCUAL
Stylist: Jason Pillay
Makeup: Brooklyn Prior-Acosta
Hairstylist: Janessa Raquel Salm

WEBITORIAL- VICE GRIP

“VICE GRIP”

Photographer: DanielleKorman (Instagram: @daniellekorman)
Model: Kiki Barth/ Front Model Management
Makeup: Julie Bee
Hair: Karen Bates- Ashley
Wardrobe Stylist: Ferriss Mason  

TEASER- NEFERTITI

Release date for our upcoming issue will be updated soon but we could not keep our excitement all to ourselves. Here is a teaser from the beautiful segment from our sixth issue.
Thank you for your patience.

~NEFERTITI~

Photographer/Creative Director: JAIME CHAN
Makeup/Hair/Designs/Styling: Kevin Lim
Model: Jackie Marlowe/ Pinkerton Model & Talent

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