H&M just sent us an e-mail about their new collaboration. Inspired by a lost fragment of an ancient tapestry, H&M Conscious Exclusive A/W 2018 merges the life and journey of lost historical artifacts with the latest in sustainable fabric innovation.
With an H&M store on 125th Street in Harlem, H&M celebrated its new Conscious Exclusive collection with a launch party in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 27th, 2019.
The Target in Harlem branch on 116th Street has launched Smartly, a new lower-priced brand with 70+ items ranging from household cleaners, razors, hand soap, paper plates and toilet paper, priced mostly below $2.
Paris Jackson models gear from H&M’s latest sustainable fashion collection that you you’ll be able to buy at the H&M store on 125th Street in Harlem.
H&M’s 2018 Conscious Exclusive collection pays homage to the Arts and Crafts movement in Sweden and features the new sustainable materials recycled silver and Econyl®, a 100% regenerated fiber from fishnets and other nylon waste.
Lunya is inviting Harlemites into bed. Nope, not in that way, but California based sleepwear brand Lunya is inviting you to visit their experiential pop up, ‘The Bedroom’ a multi-media experience that evolves throughout the day, in the heart of Soho.
With a H&M store on 125th Street in Harlem anyone who has searched high and low for their dream wedding gown knows they don’t come cheap.
H&M is partnering with the Louvre on its next Conscious collection of sustainable fashion, collaborating with the prestigious museum’s curators at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs on a new line that will be revealed in April to coincide with the opening of the “Fashion Forward” exhibition.
With a H&M on 125th Street in Harlem, H&M’s Conscious Exclusive collection is back with an eveningwear 10th-anniversary collection.
We’re super excited to hear that Kanye West, the multi-industry creative entrepreneur, is poised to bring his YEEZY brand to customers from Harlem to Hollis.
(This artical was originally posted on November 3, 2013.) By Jeffrey B. Perry and Charles V. Richardson In January, 1971, the young producer of Boston public television’s groundbreaking program Say Brother, was found dead in a Mexican resort, along with his fiancé.
Art and literature lovers alike will converge on the Mackey Twins Art Gallery in Mount Vernon, New York, on Saturday, June 25, 2016.