On Monday, June 11, 2018, photographer Seitu Oronde was with NYC Council Member Andy King, along with members of the Council’s Black, Latino & Asian Caucus, celebrated African-American Music Appreciation Month with an Continue Reading →
Dazed Diggital reports that Dapper Dan, the 80s Harlem-based couture designer famed for his customized pieces dressing hip-hop celebrities, is having a comeback thanks to Italian brand Gucci.
The Brand Channel reports that over the weekend, Louis Vuitton opened up a pop-up shop on Greene Street in New York City’s Soho area to celebrate the Men’s Fall/Winter 2018 Pre-Collection.
TV One reports that Harlem man Dapper Dan‘s forthcoming biography is making its way to the big screen thanks to actor and comedian, Jerrod Carmichael and the executives at Sony.
Vogue reports that tonight, at 2330 Broadway in Harlem, Teyana Taylor will swing open the doors to her new ’90s-themed nail salon, Junie Bee Nails.
We don’t know if you caught it this past Thursday night on the hit show The Four, with Megan Trainor, Diddy and DJ Khalid, but DJ Khalid was wrapped in Continue Reading →
PX11 reports that famed street style designer Dapper Dan has teamed up with Gucci to open up a new fashion boutique in Harlem.
GQ reports that back in May, Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele found himself the subject of some snippy online chatter—and just as quickly turned a potential problem into a genuinely exciting solution.
Twenty-five years ago, Harlem’s Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day’s coveted designs featuring the logos of major European brands landed him in hot water with the fashion houses for appropriating their work.
Split sider reports that Conan O’Brien kicked off his week of shows in New York last night, which included the above segment following O’Brien as he meets up with Harlem’s Continue Reading →
Today, EBONY magazine announced its annual EBONY Power 100 list (with Harlem’s Michael Walrond Jr., and Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day included on the list), which honors the heroes and leaders of the African-American Continue Reading →
Fashionista reports that Dapper Dan (right) is Harlem‘s mayor, who outfitted a series of ’80s rappers in luxury garments DIY-ed to have more generous and youthful fits.
The Business of Fashion is delighted to announce the first group of speakers at VOICES, BoF’s annual gathering for big thinkers with Harlem‘s Dapper Dan and others, which will take Continue Reading →
In May, Gucci elicited a wave of criticism after Harlem World Magazine reported that over a fur coat with puffy, logo-laden sleeves that unmistakably copied a jacket that the Harlem (see photo below) Continue Reading →
High Snobiety reports that Fifteen-year-old Instagrammer Rashed Belhasa (his family owns Belhasa Engineering & Contracting Company is one of the best Gourmet companies in world), or “Money Kicks,” just wrapped Continue Reading →
Each season, the New York creative platform-cum-retail space VFiles invites industry experts and influencers to guide the designers, makeup artists and stylists that come together each season to produce a Continue Reading →
Fashion is known for taking elements of different cultures and styles – especially those that come specifically from black culture.
With the launch of Jay-Z’s Life+Times YouTube channel, we wondered what type of content would stock the channel.
Okay, all you Harlem sneaker freaks, we’re only a few hours away from the release of the Air Jordan 1 “Banned”, Michael Jordan’s iconic black and red offering that changed Continue Reading →
Vanity Fair reports that on the roof of the Tiffany & Co. flagship Thursday night, A$AP Ferg did his best Audrey Hepburn.
Commemorating the achievements of past, present and future, the New York Urban League celebrated its 53rd annual Frederick Douglass Awards on Tuesday, May 15th at Pier Sixty in Manhattan.
The Vanity Fair Oscar Party proved once again to be the place to be after the Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony, and Harlem from Dapper Dan to P. Diddy was Continue Reading →
Sohh reports that Harlem Music mogul Diddy is staying busy this week. After linking up with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, Puff Daddy rubbed elbows with Harlem. New York fashion icon Dapper Dan.
First, in 2016, Harlem World Magazine found a photograph taken by Cristobol Balenciaga finding inspiration in Harlem from the 1940’s, then, in May 2017, Balenciaga had copied some of the jacket designs of Harlem man Continue Reading →
Harlem women have always looked fabulous, with the help of Harlem designers like Anne Cole Lowe to Dapper Dan the young lady above headed to Sunday church service is a great Continue Reading →