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March 14th, 2012

FAB Magazine’s 8th Issue Comes to Light

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Written by: Jacqueline Shaw
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Following months of hard work to bring you the best in fashion, lifestyle and entertainment, FAB Magazine presents the Noir Issue – 200+ pages of all things FABulous, African, Black, Fashion, Beauty and Film: Nollywood being the hot topic of this jam-packed edition.

FAB Magazine was established in March 2012 and is an international fashion and lifestyle quarterly with 60% African, 40% other content based in the UK and Nigeria. It is currently distributed in 8 countries (UK, US, Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Belgium, Germany and Australia) with further distribution from March 2012 in 5 new regions (Austria, Canada, Dubai, Portugal, Zimbabwe).

The 8th issue in FAB Magazine’s collection sees exclusive interviews with cover stars Rita Dominic and Ramsey Nouah – two of Nollywood’s brightest stars – as well as a special rendezvous with the cast of new Nollyflick, Phone Swap …Nollyfans, need they say more?

If your appetite for Africa’s own acting talent is never quite satisfied, don’t fret, for New Nollywood isn’t forgotten either; FAB Magazine sits down with the rising stars of the industry as well as upcoming African actors who are currently making their mark in Hollywood and British film and theatre – get to know them now and you’ll be Nollywood Know-all by summer.

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But that’s not all Team FAB’s been up to – behind the scenes they’ve been squirreling away to have all bases covered, with music’s Muntu Valdo, Tuface and Les Nubians exclusively talking about their latest moves and shakes (or in Tuface’s case, “no shaking”), and FAB’s fashion and beauty pages providing spring’s hottest trends, need-to-knows and must-haves, including shoots and how-tos all Fabulously compiled for FAB fashionistas.

Beyond fashion and entertainment, they bring you exclusives with some of the finest icons of our generation including CNN’s Isha Sesay and US-based Liberian designer Korto Momolu who found fame on the runways of New York following her stellar success on the TV show Project Runway while in their biggest travel section to date, they not only take a trip down the highways of Zimbabwe but also catch up with Miss Tourism Zimbabwe 2011 with an exclusive photo shoot on Motobo Hills.

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So, what are you waiting for? The Noir Issue lands on shelves 25th March, but you can subscribe now to see your copy arrive through your door even sooner. Until then, check out the FAB Blog for all things fashion, beauty and entertainment, and stay up to date on what FABulous, African and Black goings on there are around the world.

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