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‘Unty’: An exclusive army of dreamers

Omar Mobarek is a young local advocate of this rising style. Over the course of seven different collections, Mobarek has built a community of young individuals through Unty that seek to stand out from the crowd, artistically and fashionably

Nayera Yasser

‘Fashion Talk’ begins a new era of proactive events

For the first time in Egypt, the country’s top fashion insiders have gathered  to discuss aspects of the industry. Fashion Talk is a new project that aims to support one of Egypt’s most flourishing industries by inviting unique guests to discussions. The newly commenced project is Bazarna’s way to support the industry through a series …

Nayera Yasser

Passion for Fashion: A celebration of Italian Fashion Academy’s newest talents

 Starting a career in fashion might have gotten easier in the past two years with the emergence of an increasingly vital fashion infrastructure in Cairo. Cairo now hosts several educational entities and specialised platforms that support emerging designers. However despite the increasing support, a designer’s first runway show is one of the things that will …

Nayera Yasser

Advice and statistics on pneumonia

Advice According to the American Lung Association, pneumonia can be prevented through following simple steps: Vaccination: A flu shot every year to prevent seasonal influenza, a common cause of pneumonia, is an effective way of prevention. Children under the age of five and adults who are 65 and older must get vaccinated against pneumococcal pneumonia, which …

Nourhan Elsebahy

5 Celebrities died from pneumonia

  Brittany Murphy According to British Daily Mail newspaper, a leading pathologist Richard Shepherd stated that Hollywood actress Brittany Murphy would still be alive if her mother had called for an ambulance 24 hours before she collapsed. Murphy was a US film and stage actress, singer, and voice artist. The newspaper said that Murphy was …

Nourhan Elsebahy

Vaccination protects against pneumococcal bacteria which causes pneumonia: WHO

  The World Health Organisation (WHO) announced the need for vaccination against pneumococcal bacteria, which causes pneumonia. Global statistics reported the occurrence of an estimated two to three million deaths each year of all ages, doctors announced during a press conference that was held in occasion of International Day of Fighting Pneumonia. Bacterial pneumonia in …

Nourhan Elsebahy