Editor’s Pick: Quarantine Fashion Moments We Love

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The onset of Corona Virus (COVID-19) around the world has reinvented what was once thought to be normal. In this new normality, Influencers, Bloggers, and all the fashion IT girls are getting creative with their at-home looks. While some may take it a step further and into their front yards, or creating at-home photo studios, others are in their beds serving some real cozy fashion moments. Continue below to take a look at our Editor’s pick of some of the most dialogue worthy quarantine fashion moments from Liberian women around the world.


Top 10 Quarantine Fashion Moments


Lifestyle Blogger, Vivian of Fancy N Chic

Liberian Fashion
Vivian of fancynchic.com

Fashion/Lifestyle Blogger, Precious

African Fashion
Precious also owns an online hair boutique

Owner of Popping Season Boutique, Erica Jallah

Erica is also a Fashion Influencer

Influencer/Makeup Artist, Nauteya Whyee

Nauteya, (wearing Mss Glam Collections) is the owner of Beauty Rebellion Collection online hair boutique

Rapper, Diamond Chanel

Liberian fashion
Diamond Chanel (wearing Monsio Couture), is one of the Liberian music industry’s top female Rap Artists.

Influencer/Model, Samera Ferguson

African fashion
Photo from Instagram/SammmyBear

Supermodel, Wokie Zaria

US based Wokie Zaria is one of Liberia’s leading faces in the international modeling industry

Fashion Designer/Influencer, Archel Bernard

Archel Bernard is the owner of the Bombshell Factory, and Liberia-based sustainable fashion brand

Fashion Blogger, Angelina Davies

Angelina Davies triples as a fashion blogger, event planner, and mental healthcare professional

Fashion Designer, KPalace

KPalace brings a new cool-girl edge to Liberian fashion with brand, K Palace and K Palace Swim

Other Looks We Loved


Travel Blogger, Sarlea Mah

Blogger Sarlea Mah also designs and sells her custom looks at shop sarleamah.

Model/Makeup Artist, Tamie Lawson

Model Tamie Lawson showcases that simplicity reigns supreme with her usual minimal fashion moments

Founder of Chief Executive Women, Desiree Dossen

Desiree is a woman of many talents, (writing, styling, etc.) and what we admire most is her cool-girl “phatsion” moments

Social Media Personality, Peterlyn Jacobs

Peterlyn is a Liberia based influencer who has become an influencer simply by her daily office-style execution

Vlogger/Influencer, Royda Urey

Royda, or Philmena is the owner of Philomena.com, and a Public Relations professional at The Vantage Group

Lifestyle Influencer, Mattie James

Mattie is one the most successful Liberian faces in the international influencing industry, and one visit to her website (mattiejames.com) will tell you why

Fashion Designer. Aryea Kolubah

Aryea is wearing a look from her self-titled brand, Aryea Kolubah & Co.

Makeup Artist, Lewina David

Lewina is a professional makeup artist who has worked on famous faces like Kenya Moore, Regina Hall, among others

Influencer/Miss Mano River Union 2019, Goretti Itoka

Goretti Itoka is both beauty and brains as she triples as an Influencer, Beauty queen, and Agriculture student

Photographer, Joy Mulbah

We love Joy’s cozy glam style, that’s always a hit

Fashion Blogger, Emmalyn Love

Emmalyn is also the owner of online boutique, Shop Emmalyn Love.

Fashion Influencer, Leann Knowlden

Marakech based influencer, Leann Knowlden is bold and intentional with her fashion choices, and we love that!

AfroPop Singer, Raquel Hage

We love Raquel intentionally innocent personality that translates into her fashion choices

Maternity Moments We Loved


Influencer, Meria Love

Meria Love showcases that maternity fashion doesn’t have to be conventional or boring

Editor in Chief, Koloqua Dialogues, Adrienne Tingba

Adrienne, wearing Bombchel Factory, remains cozy in her maternity style.

Hairstylist, Massa Olaiya

Hairstylist, Massa displays a simple glam with her maternity style.

**Editor’s Note** All looks are selected from the Koloqua Dialogues fashion community from March 30, 2020 – April 16, 2020. Selections are based on styling, composition, boldness, and overall shock value. **

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