Wambui Mukenyi launches ‘The Janet Collection’…

It was all about glitz and glamour at the Janet collection launch.

Fashion designer- Wambui Mukenyi launched her new line- ‘The Janet Collection’ at The Museum Kenya this weekend based on designs created by her and the gorgeous and down to earth -Janet Mbugua- TV news anchor.

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Fashionistas and divos turned up to event all dressed to the nine with African prints proving a popular hit

ImageGuests munched on strawberries, cheese and exquisite rose provided by the www shop bar as they checked out suzie beauties collection as well as wambui’s.

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Janet spoke to us and told us that she actually met Wambui when she wanted to wear 1 of her dresses to an event. She never wore that dress but instead decided to meet up with her and design an entire collection! Talk about talent.

Among the famous faces there were musician Kevin Samuel Mbugua, The Hon Martha Karua- MP for gichugu, and Fashion blogger- Nancy Mwai.

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Wambui Mukeny has been in the fashion scene for a while and after working with popular TV anchor Janet Mbugua, she was inspired to launch the Janet Collection.

The Janet collection boasts a collection of 20 bold designs and can be worn by any fashionable lady, with any body type for any formal event and combine chic, comfort and class.

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It goes without saying that any woman who dons clothing from the Janet collection will feel in touch with their sexier, smarter side just like Janet herself.

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Rihanna goes topless…

Rihanna is talking that talk and turning some heads as she went topless to generate publicity for her new single- ‘where have you been’.

She tweeted a topless photo with the caption, “Where have you been all my life?” a reference to a lyric in her song “Where Have You Been,” from her latest album “Talk That Talk.”

Of course she wasn’t doing it to really go naked but just to let her fans know that she was filming the video too.

No word on whether Rihanna will be topless in the actual video, but fans will have to wait to find that out for themselves

Art and beer festival this weekend!

I am always looking for something fantastic to do on weekends that’s fun, unique and cool- which is why i love blanket’s and wine and religiously follow Muthoni on social networking sites to find out what she will be up to.

Anyway my favouritest ex co-host and good friend Jaymz Kiama called me up last week and set a date with me. It’s been a while since ‘Hot Source’ but let me tell you, my love for this man is paramount! He told me I had to be at ‘The Art and Beer Fest’ this weeknd.

He had me at art  and beer-and throw in some quality time with friends and music and it’s the perfect plan right?

The Art and Beer Fest aims to be a mirror to Kenyans and visitors to the country by providing a platform where they can see and celebrate local art in all its genres and learn more about themselves and the surrounding.

The event is also a platform for the artists and creatives to showcase and interact with art lovers about their art and view on society and earn from it.

The event doubles up as a charitable event aimed at supporting and raising awareness towards social progress with our focus on Children Rights – Education and Wellbeing.Cool beans right?

The event is set to be held at Race Course Grounds, Ngong Rd on Saturday 10th from 12pm to Sunday 11th, 6pm and will include local brewers and microbrewers, a bikers’ procession, motor vehicle art jobs, body art, tattoos and piercings, any Kenyan made products exhibition among others activities. There will also be an award giving ceremony for Homegrown Heroes Award and my source tells me there will even be camping groundds for those who plan to spend the wole weekend there!

Sounds terrific and i definitely will be there. Check out their website for more info:

http://www.artandbeerfest.com

Advance Season Tickets: 2000

Season Tickets at the Gate: 2500
Sunday Only Tickets: 1500

VIP Tickets: 4000

Tickets will shortly be available at Dormans, Brew Bistro, USIU, & Strathmore

It’s so gonna be worth it:)

The Art and beer fest, kenya