Bonang Matheba "I fell in love with my image and created a brand around it"

Revealing her love for designers Gert Johan Coetzee, Taibo Bacar, Toju Foyeh and more African designers Bonang Matheba who sees her mum as her fashion inspiration dishes exclusively to Pulse TV. Watch the full interview.

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Bonang Matheba is dishing on her style (she's self styled and doesn't use a stylist), how she stays looking flawless, her career and more in an exclusive chat with Pulse TV.

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Bonang Matheba at Pulse TV studios

 

The amiable E! Africa host and foremost media personality from South Africa easily charmed her way into the hearts of everyone she came across with her friendly but professional, down to earth and diplomatic but easy going nature when she came into Nigeria or a few days.

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Bonang Matheba, Diipo Ayo-Adeusi & Olamide Olarewaju

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Revealing her love for designers Gert Johan Coetzee, Taibo Bacar, Toju Foyeh and more African designers the stylish TV girl who sees her mum as her fashion inspiration takes on glam styles without the help of a stylist! Even for red carpet events she gets the pieces together and picks what she thinks is the best look for her and she is dishing all about it.

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"From the very early ages to where I am now I have always been told that cleanliness is next to Godliness so much so I fell in love with my image and then created a brand around it" she said about the image she's built over the years crediting social media for making her a global brand.

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Bonang Matheba at Pulse

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Speaking about fashion in Nigeria compared to South Africa, Bonang noted that it wouldn't be fair to compare as both have different ways of interpreting their styles, where Nigerians can be a bit daring and play with lot of colours, South Africans tend to be a bit conservative.

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Bonang Matheba in Toju Foyeh

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She talks about everything from fashion, celebrity friends, being an ambassador to major brands, mentoring girls and more in her full interview with Pulse TV, watch it above.

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