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January 29, 2018

TradClothing is a clothing company founded by fellow Grapeviner, Keleenna Onyeaka. They challenge the idea that the modern and traditional have to be separate and aim to keep access to Modern African Clothing as innovative as can be. They understand how clothing can be used to express cultural pride and strive to remove barriers that may prevent individuals from said expression. By focusing on formal and contemporary African style, they cater to all African fashion needs. Through their tailoring services, they preserve the historically unique nature of African fashion, while opening the door to African fashion trends from the Continent through their retail store.


To find out more, visit their website here.

Navon Creative Media

January 29, 2018

Navon Creative Media is a London-based founded by our very own Dalonie Graham. It is a  videography agency producing captivating experiences for the viewer through all aspects of production, from shooting to post-production. From music videos to event videos, each project is developed with the same passion and creativity required to create outstanding visuals. Examples of his work can be viewed at: . For an incredibly professional and high quality service, Dalonie Graham is your guy. 

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April 26, 2018

Chrisann Jarrett is an LSE alumna, grapevine member and founder of Let US learn an organisation that works with young migrants to to fully contribute to UK society. Chrisann studied law in the class of 2017.

You graduated from the LSE not too long ago. How would you say your time at university has developed you as a person? 

I would say university made me realise that...

March 4, 2018

Preston Timeyin Ideh is an LSE alumna, Grapevine member and one of the founders of the media publication company, StearsBusiness.  Preston studied Law at LSE in the class of 2014, went on to complete a training contract at Linklaters and recently moved back to Nigeria to focus on Stears.

You recently moved back to Lagos; how has the change been from London?


What was your initial experience of the Black Community at LSE?

Coming into LSE, I think we all had the same reservations and worries about whether or not we were going to find many who were like us- people who listened to the same music, watched the same TV Shows. My first initial experience of LSE’s Black community was at the ACS’s Meet and Greet and I was surprised...

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