South African beauty Nqobilè Danseur is the cover girl for Blanck Magazine‘s September 2018 issue. The model and dancer looks stunning on the cover wearing a bold blue and red makeup and flaunting yellow tip nails.

Getting up close and personal, the debut artist discusses her new journey as an emerging music act. Her first single titled ‘Mzansi’ is an ode to her home country South Africa, self- acceptance and her goals. She bravely delves into controversial issues such as colourism, sexual harassment with admirable passion and gusto, like the enthusiasm with which she exhibits love for her country and family.

Inside the issue, there’s a brilliant editorial titled ‘Shadows’ featuring London based model Ayola Bakare, aptly captured by Rotterdam based photographer Leonie Fernhout and styled by Franka Chiedu. Denola Grey also talks on fashion and influencer marketing.

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Cover Girl: NQOBILÈ DANSEUR | @nqobiledanseur
Interview & story: Franka Chiedu | @Fasindi
Photography: MCM London | @mcmlondon
Makeup: Bunmi Eyo | @NeonVelvet
Hair: Regina Meessen | @reginameessen
Stylist: Franka Chiedu | @fasindi
Graphics Design: Ahweyevu Yoma | @yomadesignstudios