Monday, 2 February 2015

Nicole Richie at DSF 2014


As part of my new internship with the Music World Cup, I get to meet a bunch of high class people, as well as new underground singers and artists.

So yesterday, I was fortunate to go to Dubai Mall , as part of the finale for Dubai Shopping Festival, and meet the famous Nicole Riche. She is the adopted daughter of the famous singer Lionel Richie!

She is was in Dubai to promote her clothing line, House of Harlow. House of Harlow is a very bohemian style brand, with handcrafted jewelry and Aztec and Tribal Prints.

During her day in Dubai Mall, she held a press conference for bloggers and various other media persons in the DLounge. This is where she had the chance to explain her concept behind House of Harlow and her future plans for House of Harlow.

After the press conference, there was a styling session, of which Nicole Richie participated in styling 3x competition winners and audience members with pieces from her latest collection for House of Harlow.


Press Conference

House of Harlow Look  1: 

House of Harlow Look  2: 

DSF Styling Session

Posted By Urbanista ( Azza Gasim)

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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Dubai Street Jam #1 2015

Date: 19th January 2015
Location: The Fridge, Al Quoz, Dubai

Dubai Street Jam, what better way to enjoy new underground artist, then to attend the first Dubai Street Jam.  This was a great way of bringing a lot of people from all around the UAE together, all for the love of Rap and the urban street culture.   The event itself was organized by Aj Adams and Wekafore Jibril, (some of you might now them as the creative guys from the new street-wear brand Wekafore) and was also hosted by Hype Monster, who recently attended Sole DXB last year. 

 The street jam was located at The Fridge, a new underground music space for up and coming artists. These new upcoming artists were able to get up on stage and show everyone their talent of spitting bars and their love for music.  The list of musicians who performed included;  Menon Freshman Moh flow Abz N1yah (note: she was the only female rapper)  Majeed Masuvious Black .

What was inspirational about the event, was that every rapper who performed onstage had their own distinct  way of freestyling, which is what made each artist unique.

Follow the Dubai Street Jam on social media;

Instagram: @dubaistreetjam






Marsuvees Black




S.O.S (Secrecy Over Supremacy)

Posted By Urbanista ( Azza Gasim)
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Sunday, 11 January 2015