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“You Are What You Attract.”

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By Latasha M. Ford | Is it class? Is it professionalism? Is it sex? Is it grace? Is it confidence? Is it desperation? Is it sharp? Or, is it tacky? What is it that your image exudes? Image is Everything! As women, we have to take a step back for a moment to properly assess the type of image …

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Rihanna is Building an Empire & We Should All Be Taking Notes

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By Shatay Speights | Not only is Rihanna the music maven that she is, but she’s also killing it in her new endeavors in apparel, footwear, beauty and intimates. Her creative direction with PUMA has been killing it on the runways season after season, campaign after campaign; Fenty Beauty has been shifting the way the beauty industry sees …

3 Designers That Are Actually Getting Diversity & Inclusion Right

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By Shatay Speights | For so long, the fashion industry has been all about pretty clothing, size two models and the overall “fantasy” presented in each designer presentation. Two things that the fashion industry hasn’t consistently been are inclusive or diverse. We’ve seen the same type of models come down the runways for years and often times …

Best Celeb Outfits from Coachella 2018

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By Taylor Johnson | Coachella 2018 weekend was full of unique and fun looking outfits this year. Celebrities took to social media to post their Coachella looks! From the fashion to the amazing performances there was definitely plenty of #Blackgirlmagic going on. Here are some of the best outfit looks from bothCcoachella weekends. Rihanna Cardi B. Beyonce Teyana …

Black Aesthetics are “Ghetto Until Proven Fashionable”

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BY SHATAY SPEIGHTS | When highlighting new trends in fashion, especially those that are “inspired” by the style and aesthetics from black and brown communities, credit is rarely given to those within the communities that bring these trends to the forefront. Trends that are established by black and brown persons are often seen as lowbrow or ghetto, …