Nigerian Singer, Timi Dakolo’s daughters, Hallel and Zoe, recently got featured in an international magazine called Vanity fair.
Timi’s wife, Busola Dakolo announced her daughters’ feature in the July/August edition of the magazine.
Mrs. Dakolo noted that she feels joy as a mother, a professional, and an African woman evolving in her own and having the freedom of her own voice.
The proud mother wrote on Instagram ;
Hallel and Zoe are super excited. They said “mummy we need to celebrate this”. Alexander has already given a long speech congratulating his sisters. Next on the list is “mummy, we need a copy each, we need to hold it in our hands.
My people in the UK please help a mother get a copy of Vanity Fair July/August edition.
Hallel and Zoe in the fairy tale collection of @princessford_ as seen in @vanityfairlondon
All available on www.princessford.com
Photo credit @busoladakoloimages
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I dare to say that I have a badge on my chest that says: “ Yet I rise from the Ashes”
Making my debut as a proudly Nigerian Photographer in the international scene, has been nothing short of a deep sense of pride and cheer joy. This is not only in the aspect of my new direction to life and my works of art but also in the privilege of sharing this unforgettable and precious moments with my beloved children as seen in @vanityfairlondon July/August edition in the fairy glam collection of renowned international kids luxury brand @princessford_ . This gives me the most euphoric feeling in the world as a mother, a professional and as an African woman evolving in her own and having the freedom of her own voice.
In the light of racial disparity and gender based violence, the range of imagery portrayed, draws a lot of strength from being proud to be black, bold even in the midst of fear and ultimately the freedom to become the best version of self.
Also, I celebrate the first black photographer @dario.studio to make it to the cover of Vanity fair…
“Yet we rise from the ashes”
Vanity Fair is a monthly magazine of popular culture, fashion, and current affairs published by Condé Nast in the United States.
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