The 5 Celebrities That’ll Keep Inspiring You in 2016

Ah, yes. We’ve approached the month of new beginnings. It’s time to contemplate our current statuses and reflect on ways to improve ourselves for the 2016 year. While many of us cozy up around our besties and family, encouraging one another to keep our resolutions and go forth with that business idea we’ve been sitting…

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How Bianca Jagger Helped Glamourize 1970’s Menswear

Class acts Lauren Hutton and Katherine Hepburn captivated a generation of keen fashion admirers with their ability to effortlessly wear tailored pantsuits. Their tomboy-chic styles exuded a strong sense of cool feminine confidence. Bianca Jagger was no exception. The Nicaraguan activist, socialite, and then wife of The Rolling Stones front man, Mick Jagger, could have…

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Melaninated: Donald Trump and the Black Vote

Donald Trump met with 100 Black pastors Monday in a private meeting held in his Trump Tower hotel in New York City. I, as a (legal) Black voter, don’t know whether to raise an eyebrow or be optimistic. It’s voting season. It’s also the time of the year when retail revenue takes a surge with…

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Grace Jones: The Reason We Have Madonna and Miley

Controversial, complicated, stylish and ballsy; Grace Jones is and always has been an artistic force to be reckoned with. This incomparable icon has lived her life in ways that most of us can only dream. Her work history includes everything from singing to modeling; her fashion history reveals a high level of aesthetics understood by…

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5 Reasons to Obsess over Joy Bryant

No, nothing crazy has happened to Joy. She’s still starring on NBC’s Parenthood and working on her fashion line with her husband of 7 years, David Pope. But, sometimes amongst all of the celebrity noise, we forget about some of our brown beauties who keeps it low-key. Joy is one of them. When she and…

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Untitled Poetic and Imagery

  1, 6 Stream Like water, meets a sun I’ve never known Never grown to see or feel To be To think on my own, what I understand to be mine Gazed upon the current as I ponder what I believe would be an untimely escape We imagine a death beyond the river, for I…

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