Vane is fashion editor and social media contributor for Globetrotter. She's worked in production, journalism, fashion, social media management and model management with both local and international brands. She's straight up fashion crazed, with her eyes on African and western vogues.
More from Vane at her website: https://vanekarolle.wordpress.com/
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3 women, 3 wigs, an encounter with science and witchcraft.
Alongside exploring the different sides of her identity, 21-year-old multidisciplinary artist, Ejatu Shaw reveals consequences of refuting religion.
The Nigerian designer Ladunni Lambo talks sharing her stories and beliefs through each collection in a conversation with Globetrotter's Vane Karolle.
Daring girl on a bike, a splash of colors, Aaliyah-inspired steez: the Abuja-based creative duo Phugo schools us on desert-biker chic.
The boundary-smashing Chinese photographer Ren Hang has passed away at age 29.
Globetrotter's Vane Karolle teams up with the Lagosian photographer Manny Jefferson for an earth toned series of self expression.
Another distinctive, utilitarian effort from the Ivorian marque AWALE.
Abiola A. Olusola's debut collection is an offering of cultural juxtaposition.
Lepidosaurs, designer frocks and black folks.
The White Knight of Diversity Is Set To Take The Reins At British Vogue.
The French-Nigerien film director and actress is young & determined.
A salute to black beauty
Friendship, fashion and fantasies explored in this Lagos film.
Dove-eyed Angolan beauty is fast on the rise.
Self-colored images only.
LAMBB explores colorism in the UK.
A new project by Brazilian photographer, Eder Turziani.
Comfort made priority.
Ancestral mythology & incorporeality meet digital collage.
The first official project of Brazilian creative duo Mar+Vin.
Jidenna's dizzying new melange.
In which she gives us mountainous deserts and dancing like the oceans.
Cool as a moose: the 13-year-old, Tokyo-based middle-schooler has fashion sorted.
Fusing African and Western fashion.
A contemporary twist on vintage sass & sound.
The venerable Takashi Murakami on his famous collabs, and what he hopes comes next.
Entering the I.AM.ISIGO showroom in Lagos feels a bit like entering a sacred space.