Maya Angelou is a world renowned American treasure. A literary hero, civil rights activist, poet, playwright and so much more. I think every young black girl remembers reading I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings for the first time. Still I Rise is the soundtrack in my head on repeat. That glow, that confidence? Thank you Maya Angelou. For me, as a kid, Maya Angelou was one of my first understandings of a living legend. You heard about Martin Luther King Jr. to Shakespeare, but none of these people were still alive. “She did all of this and she’s still living?!” I thought. “I could meet her?!” Sadly, that never happened but Maya Angelou is still a light and source of inspiration to me. After the election last year, when I simply didn’t feel like writing, Maya Angelou’s words pulled me out of the fog like the north star and is the pillar of my content for ‘N A Perfect World still. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery this is the first of a …
Another piece about one of my favorite places on Earth, Sayulita, Mexico.
Detroit Fashion News where I dolled out advice for making it in the fashion industry, what inspires me and talked about what I wanted to accomplish in the upcoming months / years.
While going to the English countryside, I wanted to look the part!
You can buy Tommy’s version for hundreds of dollars but I knew better. ;). I’ve seen men wearing marina’s my whole life, they’re pretty standard island wear.
the end of an era for us Colette fans globally.
“Get the London look.”
I don’t know how many tubes of Rimmel I’ve bought trying to emulate Kate’s or Gigi’s lashes.
Travel in style… you never know where your next journey might take you.
I picked up a Parisienne girl practical style secret: the cross-body mini purse and the tote.
Tenue Du Jour. That’s “outfit of the day” in French.