Print Out!

What’s in a print?

Animal print to be precise.

Why all the fuss about it?

Having gained popularity among women in the West in the 60s, they are mainly believed to convey power to their wearer. They depict a symbol of wealth and status.

Their exotic nature not withstanding.

It’s important to note that the animal print fabrics we wear aren’t made from animal skin rather the garment is made to resemble the pattern of the skin of an animal.

This also protects the designers from receiving bile from animal rights activists.

I must say, I felt all kind of bourgeoisie  in this master piece from Maggys Collections.

It screamed RED CARPET!

Think of how outstanding you’d be from the rest of the crowd.

This is one of those statement gowns you let speak for themselves.

No need to shout any further with overdone accessories and hair.

Photography: Karugo Mwangi

Assistant: Aggrey Were

MUA: Lillian Mbuthia

Location: Royal Orchid Azure Hotel

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Happy New Month!


  1. Lynda · June 3, 2016

    I love the dress..beautiful!

  2. Meron Dymphana · June 3, 2016

    This would be perfect for a red carpet, the length is just amazing and the print takes it to a whole new level. The makeup is on fleek! You are a stunner!! Keep slaying!

  3. Liz Ndegwa · June 10, 2016

    Stunning! You have such a flawless complexion.

    • FitnDiscover · June 10, 2016

      Not entirely, I have a really problematic skin. It’s more of makeup.

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