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Najwa Sultan

Najwa  Sultan is one of most beautiful Lebanese singers. She was and raised in Deir el Kamar, Lebanon. Despite her basic singing abilities, she is beleived to have taken private singing classes with music instructors Fouad Awwad and Michael Karkash. She started her career by targeting mostly the male audience from the Gulf Region, in addition to Jordan and Syria. Her earlier songs were mostly popular shaabi styled ones, but her most recent work includes some dance and electronic music as well. Najwa Sultan has released more than 7 albums including “Maly Malo” and “Elly Bahebo”. 



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Samira


Samira Said was born and raised in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. She began singing at the age of 9 and she was discovered on a music program on Royal Moroccan TV, “Mawaheb,” alongside another popular singer, Aziza Jalal, when she was 13. She was quickly recognized as a young prodigy. She began singing professionally, encouraged by her family and backed up by important people in the Moroccan music scene like Al Rashdi and others.
Samira represented the Kingdom of Morocco in the Eurovision Song Contest singing ‘Bitaqat Khub’, a song that was a messenger of peace in the midst of Arab-Israeli tensions in their heyday. But this song didn’t win. Thriving in the Moroccan music scene, Samira decided to turn her past failure into a constructive experience. Already an authority in the Moroccan music scene and with good personal savings, Samira Bensaid traveled to Egypt, the epicentre of art and Arab songs in the pre-oil era. There, she started another chapter of her singing and artistic career.
Samira connected with the Arab singer Abdul Halim Hafez and Abdul Wahhab, to finally meet Baligh Hamdi. Her financial status also made her transition to Egypt a smooth one. In Egypt, she could chose the right composers for her songs. But her transition to Egypt was welcomed with some unease amongst the Moroccan public. She stayed a regular visitor to Moroccan music festivals and sung fully in Egyptian.

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Sofia Marikh is beautiful


Sofia Marikh is beautiful Morrocan musician and entertainer from Casablanca, Morocco. ofia grew in Casablanca and primary school and secondary school was in Casablanca. She joined Star Academy to improve her singing abilities and out of curiosity. She is good at playing the guitar and composing French lyrics. She has her own style of a coquette; a sweet, cute, quiet girl. During the first weeks of Star Academy she fell from 4,5m and injured her back in the sports class at the academy. This injury left her unable to move freely for few weeks.
Sofia started singing at family parties and gatherings. Later, Sofia Marikh appeared on several Moroccan and French commercials and then in the French film “Soleil” alongside legendary Sophia Lauren and a Moroccan movie “Wa Baad” starring Rasheed al Wali. One year later, Sofia had her first contract with a French-speaking Moroccan singer about a collaborative album – a deal which never took effect. Sofia Marikh’s first album is “Kelmet Hob” released in 2007. The album head song was shot in the same year and followed by a music video of “Bahib Fik”. Another hit song from the album was “Bzzaf Bzzaf”.




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Arab Girls - Most Beautiful Girls of Arab World

Today we are showing to you some kaftan/caftan looks worn by arab celebrities. In the picture above we have Moroccan singer Hasnaa Zalagh wearing a ...4 days ago – Beautiful Arab GirlsArabic Girls, Arab Women Blog. Home ... Beautiful Arab Girls - Most Beautiful Girls of Arab World. 
  














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Whose style

Simple shirts. Even though it's common, people just don't seem to understand what a perfect garment it is. Couples can wear each other's shirts and everyone looks good in them. Unfortunately my boyfriend would never fit into my shirts (he's 192 cm and weighs about 90 kilos i believe), but I wear his shirts all the tiI used to work in the Stockholm store for almost a year. Afterwards they took me to a hotel room and we had some fun taking pictures. Thats about it!me!




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INTERVIEWS:

superficial society. After that, I went to a very liberal college where I devotedly studied humanity subjects and Hispanic Literature. At the same time, I worked in a creative direction school learning from and observing advertising communications professionals. I have benefited myself a lot by doing both things throughout the last year, but just a couple of months ago the direction of my life changed dramatically. In less than two weeks I’m moving to New York City to study the career I’ve always pursued, Fashion Merchandising Management at the Fashion Institute of Technology! I love Peru, but I think it’s time for a change.







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UK Centre For Carnival Arts

Aleksandra Warchol is a UK based Art Photographer with a special interest in occasional and commercial photography. Available for commissions. 















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University of Bedfordshire Fashion

18 Jul 2011 – University of Bedfordshire Fashion Degree Show 2011 | Part One | The Postcards. “Everywhere is a Catwalk”. I was asked to take part in this ...
  1. There is a vocational emphasis to the course and work experience, a central element of the course, will involve a work placement relevant to the fashion and / or ...






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