Who Am I? I’m Zee N. Dlamini , the fashion stylist who blogs.
Graphics design is how I fell in love with style, and being a business marketing graduate drove my curiosity to bridge the gap between HAUTE lifestyle and affordable fashion price points to make for some fun fash living for everyone.
I am currently on an academic adventure at Ming Chuan University in Taiwan!
I am a freelance fashion stylist after working with Al Ostoura International Company as an editorial fashion stylist after working as their full time editorial fashion stylist and assistant content creator for their digital magazine “The fashion Dose” whilst I was living in Kuwait. I have had the honor to style various celebrated persons for the Al Ostoura Fashion Magazine, GQ Magazine as well as Vogue beauty bloggers in Taiwan. As a blogger, I have worked on brand collaborations which were primarily successful because of the understanding behind fashion social media marketing, brands like Stella McCartney, Fashcode, Juicy Couture, Marks&Spencer, Marc Jacobs and Le Silla as well as Revlon, Sephora and The body Shop. I was blessed to have the rare chance of co-hosting “fashion Night Out” in Kuwait. I am also the former digital content creator for Kuwait’s leading blog Bananaq8 and editor-at-Large for ifashioneveryday.
I share my professional respect for casual chic through my own,very young fashion brand called “The Chic Tee” which also produces Bantu inspired clutches.
I continue my private dance with digital media and Public Relations as it gave birth to this fashion & lifestyle blog, this love child enabled me to work for KNOCKBOOK as a corporate PR strategist and senior digital content editor, working one of the top digital & social media marketing companies in the Gulf region (knockbook) I learned and gained experience in social media marketing as well as creating interesting content on different platforms to different target markets.
Before venturing full time into the fashion industry; I enjoyed working as an News Anchor and TV presenter for Swazi Broadcasting Station Channel S which was broadcast digitally throughout Southern Africa and other African Countries, I also worked for Swaziland’s state owned broadcaster,Swazi TV. I briefly contributed as a weekly columnist in both The Times of Swaziland and The Swazi Mirror. She has also been a contributing fashion writer/trend forecaster for an online South African magazine (www.reservedlife.co.za), I am currently a style curator for The Swazi Journal, an online Swazi newspaper and a fashion and beauty contributor for COT magazine in Taipei.
My passion to celebrate and share multi-cultural individuals remains the driving force behind this blog.
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