Multiculturalism applied to ethical fashion.
I love this time of year. New York to London to Milan, I love the magic lights that dazzle the streets around Christmas time. Sparkly jumpsuits, sequined skirts, I must say, my holiday looks are open put together to rival the string lights. This is the time of year where you can unabashedly shine!
Like lawn jockeys you cam find in the old American south, these figures are working. Holding up a tray, a light etc. Permanent fixtures, stuck in history, contorted in servitude. But that’s not who I see in my blackamoor jewelry or moretto Veniziano. Oddly enough, the jewelry was different.
I love the mix of wools, leathers, cashmeres with lace, chiffon and bare skin from Bordeaux, to Bergamo to Brooklyn!
It’s an honored to be featured with so much Black Excellence.
You know when a beauty practice, or fashion trend becomes so common place that you start to see bad knock offs. Like bad butt lifts? Well we definitely are beyond that point with eye lashes. Call me bougie but I DONT want my nail salon doing my lashes on the eye brow waxing chair in the back room!
Here’s my dolce vita packing guide, featuring me in my new favorite skirt of the summer, my Tanya Taylor silk Flavia.
Black women taking their share of the black haircare industry is something that was considered unthinkable before. One of these boss women is True Indian Hair founder, Karen Mitchell.
Here’s a brand who’s mission I wholeheartedly support
I’m packing for the weather in France, the UK and Morocco. I have an Away carry-on traveler as well as a checked bag and my new American Rhino Explorer duffel. So, what will I be packing?
Find out when you join me and other travel & fashion industry experts for Bloomingdale’s In Her Shoes series sponsored by Cunard!