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The Scoop: Work-life balance of a successful Pan-African fashion journalist – Ayden



Journalist, Presenter, TV Producer — Ayden is the go-to presenter for major cultural events and African Fashion. Ayden began her television career seven years ago. Her passion for fashion was born in 2005 on the set of the show De Fil En Aiguilles, which was filmed across major African capitals. With a Masters in Communication, the producer-host is a seasoned journalist who works as well in television as she does as in print.

For six years, she has traversed 40 countries in Africa, the Caribbean, Europe and the U.S., covering and presenting FIMA, FESPAM even le Salon des Arts et de la Mode [the Arts and Fashion Fair] in Congo, Siravision in Dakar, Afric Collection in Cameroon, Nuit des Stars in Libreville and Abidjan, Tendance Party, Labo Ethnik and Gospel Fashion Show in Paris, the Fespaco, SIAO fashion shows in Ouagadougou among other events.

Ayden works with channels including TÉLÉSUD, AFRICÂBLE and has presented the Initiave Africa show aired on FRANCE O.
Her company Aydenland Productions also produces magazine shows; Sa Ké Show (music) and Planète Mode [Planet Fashion] aired every week on TRACE TV and Télésud.

Since 2009 Ayden has collaborated with the urban channel TRACE TV on African music events (notably in Cameroon and in Côte d‘Ivoire).

Female media personality, Editor-in-chief of Black Fashion magazine and Just Class magazine, Ayden is a passionate and active black woman. Her motto: “ Découvrir et faire découvrir” [Discover and Uncover].


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