After celebrating African Fashion at the biggest red carpet event in Africa, the Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards, Mai Atafo is the cover star of Blanck Magazine’s 12th issue.
Fashion Designer Mai Atafo hosted Asfa 2018 at the Serena Hotel on 7 December 2018. Anita Nderu and Tracy Wanjiru joined him as co – host.
The red carpet event sponsored by Ciroc celebrated African fashion with showcases from South Africa’s David Tlale, Maxhosa, Atafo, Alecool and Kkoolo. Also awarded the favorites.
Mai Atafo is a tailor – made Nigerian fashionista. He attracted the attention of the fashion industry to the creation of his brand, Mai Atafo, and to the Savile Row Academy, based in Leeds, as a tailor.
Mai Atafo features in the latest issue of Blanck Magazine
One of the most influential African fashion designers, Mai Atafo, sits with Chief Franka Chiedu, editor of Blanck Magazine in this riveting interview to unravel the man behind the eponymous fashion brand.
They delve deeply into conversations about loss and infertility, the survival of a house fire and much more because, as he features in not one but two covers for the 12th issue of the magazine.
Mai is undoubtedly one of the famous African fashion moguls with a cult-like industry, they talk about how important he has been for almost a decade and he spare a few words of wisdom.
This feature is not about fashion, but about Ohimai – an exceptional man, husband, father and originator, sharing his core truths in an interview that reveals the joys of the family, the rewards of teamwork and the extraordinary lessons of success.
When it comes to infertility, a lot of attention is paid to women, the blame, the struggle, the sympathy and everything.
We explore the psychological effects of this insufferable problem from a man’s perspective in this conversation.
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