By CC Minton and Photos by Rudy Collins Brandice Daniels, CEO & Founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR), hosted an intimate brunch for high school design students.
On Wednesday, August 24th, 2022, Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) newly instituted its take on Lunch N’ Learns, at Melba’s Restaurant, In Harlem, NY.
Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) announced today a new partnership with LVMH North America through which the two organizations will work together towards more diverse, equitable and inclusive fashion industry.
While 2020 has proven to be a year of unprecedented change and opportunity, one thing remains clear for Harlem’s Fashion Row and Gap Inc., their shared commitment to help scale the businesses and work of designers of color in the fashion industry.
Harlem’s Fashion Row and Nike are once again partnering up, this time for their 2nd Annual Virtual Fashion Retreat.
On May 30, 2020, Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) will launch a new non-profit, ICON 360, in response to the current Coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe.
Beverages and fashion collide as McDonald’s USA has joined forces with Harlem’s Fashion Row™ (HFR) to launch the 2014 McCafe Student Fashion Design Competition.
Harlem’s ASAP Rocky Makes a Statement in a Sleek Black Leather Outfit While Dining with Rihanna at Giorgio Baldi.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams delivered his second State of the City address, outlining a “Working People’s Agenda” focused on delivering jobs, safety, housing, and care for New Yorkers.
Jane White, October 30, 1922 – July 24, 2011, was an actress. Born in Harlem, NY, she attended Smith Colleg and The New School.
By Frances Lorraine Samson My name is Frances Lorraine Samson and I am a Filipino immigrant artist living in Harlem, New York.
The Tattler Girls magazine was the Amsterdam News of its time during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920’s.
Some called The Tattler Girls magazine the Amsterdam News of its time during the Harlem Renaissance.
Afew months ago we reported the collaboration with TCM and b Michael.
During the Prohibition Era, there was a brownstone speakeasy in Harlem that made its own house beer in the basement.