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Vault Issue: 001 | November 2015

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CHRISTMAS CULTURE Minimalist makeup, sophisticated styles, and elegant hair. It's all about the polished look this time

PRIMMED PRINCESS Who is the girl behind the "Modern Day Princess" tag? Qui est rĂŠellement Brenda Biya?

CURATED CHAOS A tutorial by WardRobe on how to mix and match prints like a seasoned pro


Vault Editor-in-chief Cynthia Tabe

Creative Director Executive Producer Senior Editor Writers

Cynthia Tabe Angel Sylvester Christelle Mouten Cynthia Tabe Christelle Mouten Researchers Cynthia Tabe Christelle Mouten

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Vault is published by ModeMaison PR Publishing Group. SONEL Bonamoussadi, Douala | +237 670 615687

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Vault /vノ藩人t/ [~ a secure room in which valuables are stored. Our WardRobe!]

OUR QUARTERLY FASHION AND BEAUTY MAGAZINE FOR THE FORWARD TRENDSETTERS.

STYLE AT YOUR FINGERTIPS.

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CONTENTS FASHION HOW TO MIX PRINTS WARDROBE THE NEW BOUTIQUE FASHION WEEK LOVES

SPOTLIGHT

ALL HAIL THE NEW SHOPPING SPOT IN DOUALA

PROFILE BRENDA BIYA, OUR MODERN DAY PRINCESS

BEAUTY A LIST OF MUST HAVE PRODUCTS FOR THE FACE HOW TO CREATE A MINIMALIST DAY AND NIGHT LOOK

STYLE FOCUS LISA FOLAWIYO

STYLE STYLE FOCUS ON LISA FOLAWIYO FAB LOOKS WE LOVE SOPHISTICATED CHRISTMAS STYLES SONEL BONAMOUSSADI, DOUALA +237 670 615687 MMPRCAMER@GMAIL.COM WWW.MODEMAISONPR.COM VAULT MAGAZINE

FW LOOKS 2015

TIPS

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LA MARQUE CAMEROUNAISE NAKUIN DISPONIBLE À LA BOUTIQUE WARDROBE SONEL Bonamoussadi, en face de la Mairie 5ème +237 670 615687 | wardrobebymmpr@gmail.com | @wardrobe237


WardRobe, a brand new beautifully chic concept boutique to hit Bonamoussadi, Douala launched by PR agency ModeMaison PR is celebrating one year!

WardRobe, un tout nouveau concept d’une boutique chic toute blanche située à Douala précisément à Bonamoussadi, et lancé par l'agence de Relations Publiques ModeMaison PR fête ses un an!

WardRobe targets the youthful fashion lovers in and around the main cities of Cameroon who need that extra umph in their styling. The items are limited edition, handpicked by ModeMaison PR founder Cynthia as well as stocked items from fashion and art brands from Cameroon and abroad.

WardRobe cible les jeunes amoureux de la mode dans des principales villes du Cameroun, qui ont éventuellement besoin d’un supplément dans leur style. Les articles sont d’édition limitée, triés sur le volet par la fondatrice de ModeMaison PR, Cynthia.

WardRobe stocks accessories including purses, neckpieces, earrings, as well as shoes and a variety of mixed clothing items and beauty items including lipsticks, pencils, makeup powders etc. For the art loving fashionistas, we might also have something chic for you to redesign your home space too!

WardRobe vend divers accessoires, tels que des sautoirs, des boucles d'oreilles, des bagues, des sacs à main, ainsi que des chaussures et une variété d'articles d'habillement et d’articles de beauté, à savoir les rouges à lèvres, crayons, poudres de maquillage etc...

The boutique caters for both men and women with selected items from UK high street and online retailers such as Zara, AQAQ, Lipsy, New Look, high end brands such as Moschino, Nicole Farhi, DVF. Cameroon fashion brands such as Nakuin, VuVu, Sandrine Toua etc

La boutique répondra à vos besoins d’hommes et de femmes en vous proposant des articles de grandes marques comme Moschino, Calvin Klein, Armani BCBGeneration, Zara, Nicole Farhi. Les marques camerounaises tels que Nakuin, VuVu, Sandrine Toua.

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THE BIG PERSONALITY CONCEPT BOUTIQUE IN BONAMOUSSADI LA BELLE PETITE BOUTIQUE DE BONAMOUSSADI WardRobe situated at / située à: SONEL Bonamoussadi Instagram: @wardrobe237 @ModeMaisonPR | Page 5


LABELLEPETITE BOUTIQUEFÊTE SESUNAN! THEBIG PERSONALITY BOUTIQUE CELEBRATESONE YEAR! WardRobe situated at / située à: SONEL Bonamoussadi Instagram: @wardrobe237

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Mode Maison PR BUZZ. BRAND. BUILD. ModeMaison PR is a buzz loving new school communication, marketing and branding agency of its kind located in the hip neighbourhood of Bonamoussadi, Douala specialising in fashion, music, film, beauty, celebrity and lifestyle brands. +237 670 615687 | mmprcamer@gmail.com | @ModeMaisonPR www.modemaisonpr.com


HOW TO MIX PRINTS AND PATTERNS COMMENT MÉLANGER LES IMPRIMÉS Items from this page available to buy at: WardRobe situated at: SONEL Bonamoussadi Instagram: @wardrobe237

Mixing prints and patterns is not just for the brave trendsetter. All that is required is the know-how as well the right attitude to carry it off. So here we are with our simple tutorials put together to enable you be daring this autumn… Match colours from the same family and not prints If the colours look good together, more often than not the prints will look good together too. Using hues from one main colour when mixing patterns can create a very subtle look, while still showing your daring side. It’s still visually stimulating for the eye, but in a refined way. The simpler and more graphic the prints, the easier they are to mix. This is why stripes, especially black and white stripes, go with everything. They're so simple, they're pretty much the neutral of prints. Graphic prints go great with each other and with more complex or organic prints like florals or animal prints. Spread your prints out across your outfit. It's not that you can't wear a printed jacket over a printed top. You absolutely can. But if you feel like your outfit is getting a little busy, try distributing your prints more evenly by doing one on the top and one on the bottom. Break up the look with solids. If print-on-print-on-print is just too much for you, that's fine! Just layer in some solid-coloured clothes and accessories to calm things down and ground your look. When you add a solid with two or more patterns, you allow the visual space of the outfit to be broken up. Don’t lose your “match” cool! Mixing patterns is supposed to be fun. Although it can look cool, please don’t go out head-to-toe in one pattern. That can be too matchy-matchy and can instead make you look more trashy than trendsetter!

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Ciana, Music Artist

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Naeem Khan

Naeem Khan

Monique L'huillier

FW LOVES Anya Hindmarch

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Roksanda

Gareth Pugh

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Akpos Okudu

Mo'Fari

Tiffany Amber

SDR Photo

LFDW LOVES Funke Adepoju

Luvita Creations

Sophie Zinga

SDR Photo

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IMANE AYISSI Cameroon's haute fashion designer Imane Ayissi unveiled his new menswear and womenswear 2016 Spring/Summer collection "Beussanda" at the Maison de Metallos in the 11th Arrondissement in Paris this past July. In this collection, Imane Ayissi continues with the ingenious and utterly creative way in which he presents his work. He played with architectural shapes and lines, used colours in the form of the African fabrics he employed with the tie dye technique all placed on androgynous looking models. Images by Didier Teurquetil

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BRENDA BIYA: LIFE OF A PRINCESS Brenda Anastasie Eyenga Biya; the 18 year old teenage first daughter of the President of Cameroon Paul Biya is crafting her online presence with charisma and charm. Being the only member in her family to be actively present on social media, the first daughter is using the platform to brand herself into the definition of a “modern day princess”, one who appreciates the luxury but is also as down to earth and as ordinary as the rest of us. One who can share her inner feelings and also use her mishap as a point of great lesson in her life. When the public thought she was recycling her mother’s clothes, she answered them with a dignified and highly “princess-like” response.

The adrenaline junkie who “literally jumped off a plane” skydiving with her friends by her side is also as girly as the rest of the girls in her age group. Makeup and manicured nails, detox and boy issue to deal with – she broke the internet recently sending online 237 into a mass frenzy many weeks ago when she posted an image of her kissing her boyfriend.

VAULT MAGAZINE | THE PROFILE SECTION

Take a peek into the life of Brenda Biya, our modern day princess.

“Literally jumped off a plane. It was so surreal.” @ModeMaisonPR | Page 13


BRENDA BIYA: LA VIE D'UNE PRINCESSE “I'm an overthinker, and I can say it has saved me from a lot. Your mind just uses your surroundings to keep you safe.” Brenda Anastasie Eyenga Biya; la jeune fille adolescente du Président du Cameroun, Paul Biya crée sa présence en ligne avec du charisme et du charme. Étant le seul membre de sa famille à être activement présent sur les réseaux sociaux, la première fille utilise cette plate-forme pour se définir comme une «modern day princess – une princesse de temps modernes"; celle qui apprécie le luxe mais est aussi réaliste et ordinaire comme le reste d'entre nous. Celle qui peut partager ses sentiments intérieurs et également utiliser sa mésaventure comme une grande leçon de la vie. Lorsque le public a pensé qu'elle recyclait les vêtements de sa mère, elle lui a répondu d’une manière digne d’une “princesse.”

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Mode Maison PR CRÉER. CONSTRUIRE. COMMUNIQUER. ModeMaison PR est une agence d’un nouveau genre basé à Bonamoussadi, Douala qui est spécialisée dans les services de la communication, le marketing et le branding en collaboration avec des marques de la mode, la musique, le cinéma, des célébrités. +237 670 615687 | mmprcamer@gmail.com | @ModeMaisonPR www.modemaisonpr.com


A LIST OF MUST HAVE PRODUCTS FOR THE FACE Get to know a list of must have face products that every girl should have in her beauty bag.

T he face is one of the most delicate part of the body and must be taken care of daily with products that are suitable to maintain your glow and keep your skin looking great. It isn't just enough to use soap and water but you must be careful to choose the right prouct that will exfoliate, cleanse and hydrate. For Exfoliating / Scrubbing We recommend: Clean & Clear Exfoliating Daily Wash Contains gentle micro-beads for effective cleansing.

Formulated to effectively remove dirt, oil and For Moisturising / Hydrating dead skin cells that can block pores and lead to We recommend: spots and blackheads. Its exfoliating action will leave your skin beautifully smooth and clear. Nivea Light Moisturising Day Cream Gives skin the intensive moisture it Clean & Clear Blackhead Clearing Daily needs to support its natural Scrub balance. Contains a unique active Quick Break-up Complex to help fight blackheads from day 1. Nivea Express Hydration Primer The special exfoliating micro-beads Has a double action formula, immediately peel away dead cells to unclog moisturising for long-lasting pores. The blackhead fighting ingredient hydration and providing a smooth penetrates the pores to help clear them from base for make up. impurities and prevent blackheads from forming. Not forgetting: Tee Tree Spot Sick Immediate blemish control for a clearer, healthier looking All items are available to buy at: complexion. WardRobe, SONEL Bonamoussadi

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Photo by William Nsai | Sister E

GOING BACK TO YOUR ROOTS? 

Origine du mot NAPPY

Obtenu de la contraction du mot ‘Natural and Happy’ (Naturel et Heureuse), le mot NAPPY qui signifie crépu en anglais, a été inventé pendant l’esclavage pour désigner les cheveux noirs qu’ils comparaient à des vêtements faits de poils d’animaux, de la fourrure, ou même que le cheveu crépu ressemblait à un chapeau de castor d’où le terme NAPPY HEAD très employé à cette époque pour se moquer.

Comment rejoindre le mouvement NAPPY (Back to your Roots)? Le Big chop qu’on pourrait traduire en français par la « Grande coupe » comme son nom l’indique, désigne la coupe de longueurs défrisées pour repartir sur de bonnes bases, bien évidemment sans toucher aux repousses saines. La transition permet d’apprendre à redécouvrir la nature de ses cheveux et à les apprivoiser en douceur. Au fur et à mesure de la pousse, on raccourcit les longueurs abimées, jusqu’à ce qu’il n’y en ait plus. Photo by William Nsai

BE NATURAL AND NAPPY! 

Le mouvement Nappy qui débute donc aux Etats unis dans les années 2000, désigne des femmes noires souhaitant conserver leurs cheveux crépus. Ces femmes appelées nappy girls ou nappies, rejettent le défrisage et laissent au contraire pousser leurs cheveux au naturel. Leur coupe peut être simple ou bien plus élaborée, par l’adoption, par exemple, de vanilles (twists en anglais), de nattes (braids) et tresses africaines (cornows) ou encore de locks.

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QUELQUES ASTUCES DE SOIN DU CHEVEUX NATUREL Le cheveu crépu ou très frisé se présente comme un ressort, enroulé sur lui-même. Malgré les apparences, il est fin et fragile et demande beaucoup de soin pour être au top. Il a donc besoin d’hydratation et de douceur. Pour laver sa crinière sans l’agresser, utilisez un shampoing doux, si possible sans sulfates, et ne jamais zapper l’étape de l’après shampoing.

NATURAL & HAPPY = NAPPY

Une fois sec, les cheveux très bouclés, frisés ou crépus sont difficiles à peigner. Il est donc conseiller de les démêler sous la douche, avec un peigne à dents larges. Si vous voulez vous redonner un petit coup de peigne dans la semaine, humidifiez d’abord vos cheveux en grosses touffes pour éviter les nœuds. Pour continuer à prendre soin de vos cheveux pendant la journée, appliquez une crème hydratante sans rinçage sur les longueurs pour les protéger et les faire briller.!! Alors chères nappies ou futures nappies, il ne vous reste plus qu’une chose à dire : crépues et fières de l’être !!!

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Le loo-poo, aussi appelé Co-wash, est une technique qui consiste à se laver les cheveux directement à l’après shampoing il est particulièrement recommandé aux nappy girls. En plus d’un lavage tout en délicatesse, prenez le temps d’offrir un soin profond à vos cheveux, comme un masque avant-shampoing (une fois par semaine) ou un bain d’huile (deux fois par mois). N’hésitez pas à laisser poser votre soin plusieurs heures avant de le rincer.

COMMENT ENTRETENIR SON LOOK NAPPY ? 

Vous pouvez tout autant opter pour des soins naturels avec des petites merveilles telles que l’huile d’olive, la banane, l’avocat et le jaune d’œuf.

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HOW TO CREATE MINIMALIST MAKEUP LOOKS Christmas is around the corner for December kick starts the season of partying and getting down with it. To equip you with the best possible simple tips to enable you put your best self forward, we talk makeup! To achieve a great day makeup, make sure you use a long lasting foundation and a matte finish primer. Use a stippling or a flat top brush for application. For a minimalist look: Apply one layer of foundation and colour-correct any dark circles and harsh dark spots. Apply a hint of sparkly blush or a deep toned bronzer on your cheeks to create colour dynamics and warmth on your face. Your brows need to look natural and slightly enhanced, so apply a deep brown pencil in light strokes just to fill in and create a few more brows to blend in. Use a shade lighter concealer under the arch of your brow to highlight. For the eyes, you might just select 2 eye shadows, one matte for the crease and another with just a bit of a sparkly feature for your lid. Apply mascara and/or a black pencil and optionally apply false lashes (a natural flirty pair of lashes is the best way to go).

For Day To achieve a great night makeup, make sure you use a long lasting foundation and a matte finish primer (Milk of Magnesia would be the best way to go if you are on your way to the club). Use a stippling or a flat top brush for application. Apply the blush shade of your choice and a gold highlighter right on top of your cheeks to create a seeming less glow on your face. It’s night time and you want to look ‘ON-FLEEK’ so you might as well highlight and contour!

Lips are really to your discretion but for a natural finish, a pink matte or glossy hint is always our first pick in the morning.

For Night

Your brows would look stronger and enhanced, so apply a brown brow gel in light strokes to fill in and create a bold brow. Use 2 shades lighter concealer under the arch of your brow to highlight. For the eyes, start with a matte brown on the crease then create a smoky eye to your desire. Apply mascara and a black pencil and apply false lashes. Make a statement with a matte or glossy intensely coloured lip or create an ombre lip with a deep colored pencil.

All looks and tips by #Makeup237 Follow on Instagram: @audreykeou

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STYLISH 237!

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A QUOI ÇA SERT ? 1) Augmenter l'impact de vos propos et vous positionner sur une expertise spécifique. 2) Améliorer votre visibilité et faire de la présence dans l'esprit (comme une marque commerciale: plus vous serez visible, plus on pense à vous). 3) Faire en sorte que votre image ne vous porte pas préjudice, mais au contraire appuie votre professionnalisme. 4) Donner de l'ampleur à votre marque personnelle. 5) Décrocher de nouvelles opportunités de carrière, de contrat, de partenariat...

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STYLE FOCUS: LISA FOLAWIYO Lisa Folawiyo is the founder and creative head “If I love it, I rock it. For me it’s about having behind the newly rebranded Lisa Folawiyo fashion fun, being mindful of what truly works best brand. She studied law at the University of Nigeria for my shape and form” she told us. “I really and practiced law before her fashion career kicked do like what I like, be it classic, be it colour, off with the launch of Jewel by Lisa a luxury print, high luxury or affordable she added. womenswear brand 10 years ago. She is best Her collections since debuting with Jewel known for her use of ankara fabrics, handby Lisa have always been a treasure and a embellished sequins, Swarovski crystals and girl’s great dream. Today she finds herself beads. enlisted as one of the global fashion shapers Her own looks are feminine with an extra special on 2015 Business of Fashion’s (BoF) 500 list touch, whether she is rocking her eponymous and it is certainly by no coincidence. Lisa brand or JW Anderson, Gucci or Celine - her has paid her dues and for that she will favourite design brands, Lisa brings her A game continue to shape world and African fashion each time! What has really struck us throughout for many years to come. Lisa’s career is not only that she can produce amazing pieces but also the fact that she is capable of looking wonderfully elegant and oh so appealing. You only have to glance through her Instagram posts to know that Lisa’s sense of style is undisputed.

“I really do like what I like. Be it classic, be it colour, print”

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STYLE FOCUS: LISA FOLAWIYO

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RANTI ONAYEMI I'm wearing a custom made set with fabrics by Vlisco. As this was a two part set of fabrics, I decided on a peplum style top in the busier print and a pencil skirt in the lighter hue fabric. This look is my interpretation of how my generation can keep African prints alive, keeping it cool and hip and hopefully making our parents proud as the heritage carries on. This Christmas why not go down the sophisticated African inspired look?

RUTH MUKETE For me the dress really fits the Christmas season because it is colourful yet not over the top. It looks like you're the life of the party with minimal effort. Finished off with simple make-up & hair. Tip for dressing for Christmas: When in doubt pick a dress. This is because dresses can allow you to still look cute & sophisticated dressed up or dressed down Stick to one focal colour paired with neutrals. No colour blocking this season Be comfortable; think about all the delicious food you'll be eating. Make sure you're comfortable however you're dressed!

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OLIVIA POMMIER Perfect for a sunny climate, this Zara dress works very well to give a simple yet elegant look paired with this Gianvito Rossi heels. This Christmas be who you want to be, be chic, be simple, be you!

SIMPLISTICALLY YOU THIS CHRISTMAS !

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FOR ALL WEDDING EVENT NEEDS IN CAMEROON THIS DECEMBER, THINK LUXE!

LUXE is an event design and production studio headquartered in Cameroon that creates luxury events for private and corporate clients. +237 91 67 88 71 | luxegroupcameroon@gmail.com | @sorayasone http://theluxegroup.tumblr.com/


VISITER MADAGASCAR...

AFRICAN ESCAPES Photos par @7continentsbythirty @alanvangysen | @lachiesettaalessia L’Afrique, avec ses terres ensorcelantes, ses couleurs chatoyantes, sa nature, est souvent désignée comme étant “le berceau de l’Humanité”, elle nous intrigue et nous séduit à la fois. Ce vaste continent offre un panel de destinations et de cultures atypiques et incomparables. L’OMT souligne d’ailleurs que le continent Africain est celui qui, après l’Asie, a enregistré la plus forte hausse de fréquentation avec une performance de 6% entre 2012 et 2014. L’Afrique est tellement vaste qu’on ne peut se permettre d’émettre des préférences. Chaque région, chaque pays a sa richesse et ses trésors. Vault Magazine vous présente le Madagascar. Le Madagascar du fait de son isolement l’île de Madagascar présente un écosystème unique. Ainsi, le côte oriental de l’île est perçu comme une zone de forêt tropicale humide, tandis que les côtés ouest et sud abritent des forêts tropicales sèches et des forêts d’épineux.

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La capitale de Madagascar, Antananarivo, a été influencée par les nombreuses familles royales et plus tard, par les colons français. L’architecture de la ville est un mélange de style colonial français et d’architecture traditionnelle malgache, très coloré. Un itinéraire doit inclure une visite de la vieille ville et du palais royal, ainsi que le zoo et les différents musées, mais il est peut-être plus intéressant de tout simplement flâner dans les rues, d’aller sur les marchés, de traîner dans les cafés; bref de vivre au rythme de la capitale Malgache. La langue officielle est le Malgache mais on y parle aussi français. La monnaie nationale l’Ariary. Côté gastronomique, la cuisine est très copieuse. Parmi les plats traditionnels phares on compte le romazaya (bouillon de viande) et le ravitoto (ragoût de porc). Bon voyage! @ModeMaisonPR | Page 27


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BOTA BEACH HOUSE BON PLAN... ICI C'EST CAMER!

Where to stay during your getaway travel to Limbe in the South West Region? Vault Magazine lets you in on a secret! This 9 bedroomed beach house dubbed Bota Beach House is a Contemporary Mediterranean Style Villa with several outer buildings; located in the heart of the picturesque village of Botaland available for short term rentals. The property is set on a 4000Sqm private peninsular with spectacular views of the ocean and scattered islands. The drama is enhanced by impressive views of Mount Cameroon to the rear. There is direct access to the stone beach and sea which is excellent for fishing. This privately owned luxury sea front estate has in excess of 300 liner metres of water frontage with private 7 passenger boats to rent and explore the ocean. The beach house is located only 15 minutes away from Eding Street Bota, Sonara residential estate or the CDC Bota head office. Access to the sea side city of Limbe is only a short drive away; with the Limbe Botanical Gardens, the Limbe Wildlife Centre, Mile 6 Beach, Seme Beach and a host of other local attractions being in the vicinity. To book your stay, contact 00237678122886 @ModeMaisonPR N O M A D I C || 2Page 4 28


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Vault Magazine Issue One  

English and French language Fashion and Beauty Magazine from a Cameroon and an African perspective.

Vault Magazine Issue One  

English and French language Fashion and Beauty Magazine from a Cameroon and an African perspective.

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