Drum East Africa - November 2015

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Drum East Africa - November 2015

Drum East Africa - November 2015
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With the year almost ending, we start our countdown to 2016 in style with DRUM’s fashion icons of 2015. Read on to find out who else, alongside Julie Gichuru, Sharon Mundia, Lupita Nyong’o and Catherine Kasavuli, made it to our style icons’ list. From page 12 to 19.
We know Oyunga Pala from Man Talk, that column that got women riled up and had men nodding in agreement to his topic of choice. However, having been in the industry for close to two decades, Oyunga is just getting started. Turn to Page 8 and get his thoughts on the evolution of man, his creativity in the kitchen, his longevity in writing, and so much more.
Famous for its French cuisine, The Lord Erroll is a historic restaurant tucked away in the suburbs of Runda. Read on to find out how its name came about, its rich history and how simplicity and a lot of thought can result into elegant décor. Page 52 and 53.
From silky blouses to asymmetrical dresses drenched in dreamy watercolour pastels, ladies, turn to our fashion spread, from page 22 to29, and let us show you how to pull off a chic yet youthful, romantic and feminine trend.
What do you do when your palette craves something slightly above the usual sweet or savoury? In Fine Dining, our chef of the month, Avraj Singh Marwa, gives you recipes that will take you to cuisine heaven. From page 45 to 49.
We have so much in store for you, including a one-on-one with the coolest reggae family, Morgan Heritage, Hollywood actress and philanthropist, Connie Nielsen, Capital FM’s Amina Abdi and TED Talk Fellow and IT guru, Juliana Rotich. We solve your relationship and etiquette dilemmas, and travel to exotic Madagascar. If you’re a whisky lover then our Tavern section will be a delight.

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