Style Profile | Romeos FashionfixShe just loves to disrupt the normal flow of things for no apparent reason just to see what happens. By Lysa
Sneakers At The Office Without Getting A Warning LetterAnd actually pulling it off? Click to get some tips and tricks on how to make it work. By Lysa
How To Clean False LashesYou can reuse your false eyelashes and here's how.. By Lysa
Freckles Are Not Flaws, Love Them'bored in class so I played connect the dots with this kids freckles' SERIOUSLY!? By Lysa
The Story Of Our Lives
By Lysa / May 20, 2019
You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at
The Right Mix Of Modern & Vintage | Visit Douglas & Kline Interiors
By Lysa / April 8, 2019
Pop into the store for truly unique home furnishings.
Creative Blocks Are Real
By Lysa / March 22, 2019
We asked a bunch of different creatives how they feel about creative blocks and what they do to get that spark back. We got quite a number of responses…
Creative Profile | Crazy About Photographer, Shitanda
By Anaya / January 10, 2019
Photographers in Kenya are definitely on the rise and are on the right path.
EverydayPeopleStories Telling Us Stories About Afropunk Joburg 2018
By Lysa / January 3, 2019
No one told us the story like photographer Cedric Nzaka did.
End Of 2018 To Do
By Anaya / December 17, 2018
You still have a few days to be productive and remove unnecessary stuff out of your life
Making You Eat It | Creative, My Fingers Just
By Anaya / December 10, 2018
Well I play to make y’all eat. I mean it as service is something I do best and diligently. Service to me is serving looks, serving creativity, serving shade and puns and captions.
Vitiligo Is Art | Understand It And See Its Beauty
By Anaya / November 15, 2018
If you view vitiligo as diseased, infectious, and damaged; that’s rubbish.
Cultural Appropriation | My Race Is Not A Trend
By Evelyn Waitherero / November 1, 2018
It seems that being ‘black’ is now ‘it’
Bobo Matjila | Our Favorite African Philosopher
By Anaya / October 29, 2018
“In order to grow and self actualize into the person you’re meant to become, you have to let go of the things that don’t serve you.”
The 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts On Lysa In October
By Lysa / October 29, 2018
October has been a month of introducing something new, the Lysa Tote Bags. It’s not just a tote, it’s the message behind the tote!
The Final Quarter | Time Is Still On Your Side
By Trizah Ngesa / October 4, 2018
Time to lace up those boot straps and make the final quarter of 2018 count!
The 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts On Lysa In September
By Lysa / September 27, 2018
This September, we ran a campaign to accompany the launch of the Lysa Merchandise titled Define Yourself across our socials.
What Does Being A Woman Mean To You?
By Evelyn Waitherero / August 31, 2018
I enjoy being a woman…I enjoy being the woman I am becoming. What does being a woman mean to you?
The 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts On Lysa In August
By Lysa / August 30, 2018
The creativity flowing in Africa is truly sensational and out of this world. To put it simply, African creatives are extraordinary!
Empowering African Women | She Leads Africa
By Trizah Ngesa / August 16, 2018
She Leads Africa celebrate women and focus on we females in Africa 365 days a year.
So Much On Size But Not Enough On Colourism!
By Trizah Ngesa / August 13, 2018
Black is beautiful and it comes in more than one shade.
The 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts On Lysa In July
By Lysa / July 31, 2018
They create it, Lysa shows it. The audience love it, they share it.
Bambinatara T-Shirts | Baby Girl Be A Queen!
By Lysa / July 16, 2018
I want to share the ability to look chic, stylish and comfortable at the same time with other people
Mzukisi’s Banquet | Celebrating Afro- Centrism
By Lysa / July 5, 2018
I wanted to celebrate Africa and our beautiful people in the most elegant and lavish way. Hence Mzu’s banquet was born.
The 10 Most Popular Instagram Posts On Lysa In June
By Lysa / June 28, 2018
Another month come and gone. June was full of growth, interaction with our audience, giveaways, new YouTube videos and we
The Nairobi Makeup Artist Aaisha x Madora Eid Makeup Masterclass
By Evelyn Waitherero / June 14, 2018
There’s a sale happening at Madora!
The Forgotten Culture | The Nairobi Railway
By Lysa / June 7, 2018
Nairobi Railway Museum is not just a ‘cool’ place to go take pictures
Flowers In Her Hair And Magic Secrets In Her Eyes!
By Lysa / May 17, 2018
Have you ever caught the beauty that blooms from creativity?
Be Your Own Creation | Clint Malik
By Lysa / April 19, 2018
Fashion says who I am without even having to speak.
Africa Are You Ready For Vogue?
By Trizah Ngesa / April 12, 2018
The African fashion industry and community is growing and at a fast pace. It is encouraging in more ways than
My Hair My Story
By Lysa / March 16, 2018
Hair is a significant part of your identity. My hair my story, a collection of hair narratives about what is the story behind your hair and why you love it.
International Women’s Day | Breakfast At The Concord Hotel
By Trizah Ngesa / March 9, 2018
Happy International women’s day to all our lovely readers. Strong women, may we know them, may we be them and may we raise them.
Style & Friendship With Lizeka Makala | Part 2
By Lysa / March 8, 2018
In honor of March, the month of Women Empowerment, we want to celebrate Rethabile Mendu and Lizeka Makala in a 2-part series on Style & Friendship. These two lovely ladies built a strong friendship as they bond on all things fashion.
Style & Friendship With Rethabile Mendu | Part 1
By Lysa / March 1, 2018
In honor of March, the month of Women Empowerment, we wanted to celebrate two lovely ladies who no doubt arrived and made such a beautiful impact in each other’s life that built a strong friendship as they bond on all things fashion and style.
Capturing Beautiful Moments With Aminah Mckenzie
By Anaya / February 22, 2018
Look out for Aminah Renae Mckenzie, greater things are yet to come because this beautiful, talented and creative photographer is just starting out.
Make It All About Him This Valentines
By Trizah Ngesa / February 13, 2018
This Valentines let’s make it all about him. Let the girl pull all the stops and make the grand gestures. Your man deserves some appreciation and attention.
Black History Month | Celebrating Luxury Law
By Trizah Ngesa / February 8, 2018
Black history month is not only about remembering legends and all the good they did, but also about celebrating living legends in the making.
World Hijab Day #StrongInHijab
By Lysa / February 1, 2018
World Hijab Day (WHD) is an annual event in its sixth year. On February 1st of every year, World Hijab
Nairobi Restaurant Week 2018
By Awelst / January 25, 2018
Nairobi Restaurant Week 2018 is back!! Time to indulge on delicious treats, and specialty meals in over 70 restaurants in Nairobi.
A Man On A Mission | Photographer Breston
By Lysa / January 25, 2018
The journey made me love African Fashion and linking that with photography, just blew my mind, making it the perfect combination for creating unique pieces.
2018 Golden Globes Red Carpet | Black In Solidarity
By Anaya / January 8, 2018
The clock has run out on sexual assault, harassment and inequality in the workplace. It’s time to do something about it.
Meet Photographer Lonwabo Zimela
By Lysa / January 4, 2018
I never thought I’d become a photographer. However, now I want to tell visual stories through portraiture about the people I come across.
Tis The Season Of Giving | Purpink Gift Shop
By Trizah Ngesa / December 14, 2017
Purpink gift shop is a local online gift store that is known for their unexpected variety of items, unique packaging and great customer service. Shopping at a personalized gift shop will help make the Christmas gifts you select, extra special.
The Nairobi Fashion Week 2017
By Awelst / December 4, 2017
Lysa had the opportunity to cover the event on the second day, and was blown away by what the designers showcased on the runway.
Houzz Interior Design App
By Anaya / November 23, 2017
Looking for the number one app for improving and designing your home. Whether you’re building, remodeling or decorating, Houzz has you covered.
Afternoon Dates Turned Into Afternoon Reads
By Shirley Wambui / November 16, 2017
With her signature sass, blunt honesty, and some personal photos, Leandra shares details of the night she lost her virginity right down to the pair of white tube socks she forgot to take off. Find out the name of the book you can read all this in.
Bissu Art | Amateur Artist
By Anaya / November 9, 2017
I feel like even if someone tells me your art sucks I tell them, (laughs) I’ve only been drawing for two months so whatever.
Sisterhood Of The Travelling Kimono
By Anaya / November 2, 2017
The feedback so far is beautiful. I hadn’t even thought it would create this bond. My initial idea was just to let the ladies enjoy an outfit I personally really like.
Fashion Bloggers Runway Show 2017
By Trizah Ngesa / October 26, 2017
A platform for fashion bloggers and talented stylists to showcase their work as they work hand in hand with different stores and designers. This is how it went down.
The Woman’s Guide To Hitchhiking
By Anaya / April 20, 2017
In Sex and the City 2, Carrie Bradshaw hails a cab in Abu Dhabi by lifting up her dress and showing off her petite, well-toned, feminine legs while adorning some killer heels. Know where she got the idea from?
Meet Nigerian Fashion Illustrator | Adesola Lasisi
By Anaya / March 30, 2017
Meet Nigerian Fashion Illustrator, Adesola Lasisi
5 Best Travel Tips
By Captains / March 23, 2017
Whether you’re a frequent flyer or flying for the first time, here’s a checklist to ensure you have the basics covered.
Artsy About Art, Here’s Torome Art
By Anaya / March 16, 2017
A Kenyan graphic designer who uses double exposure and photo manipulation to take different parts from several photos to create a beautiful piece of art.
Fashion High Tea 2017
By Awelst / February 27, 2017
Take a look into what we saw at the Fashion High Tea 2017.
The Voice Behind ‘Kaliwa na Wako’: Singer Ythera
By Anaya / February 24, 2017
Performing Singer/Songwriter, Waithera Chege, known by her stage name YTHERA is a voice to be reckoned with
Urban Eatery Food Fair
By Anaya / February 20, 2017
Urban Eatery, Kenya’s first multi kitchen gourmet gallery, held its 1st edition of the Urban Food Fair and this is how it went down.
Health & Fitness
Healthy You, Happy You! It’s Not That ComplicatedGuaranteed, you will find something here that is free to do. By Lysa
A Different Type Of Love With Vegan NiinjaNiina shares with us how she turned her passion into a business and a few tips on food photography and growing your Instagram. By Lysa