It may be Harlem's Puff Daddy's birthday, but the music mogul is giving out the gifts: The rapper is planning to release free music on Wednesday.Continue reading
We love a woman in uniform—or at least a uniform-inspired ensemble. Shades of deep olive-green. Structured jackets.Continue reading
The new BALMAIN x H&M video by designer Olivier Rousteing
a futuristic Harlem with Kendall Jenner
in the lead with all its richness, attitude and energy is a ride on the 2 or 3 train to 125th Street in a 23rd century Harlem.Continue reading
Hannah Bronfman (daughter of Sherry Brewer and Edgar Bronfman Jr.
) is Harpers Bazaar's
new post-modern It girl. You can find her on Instagram or Snapchat at any hour of the day. Continue reading
Book the trip, Amazon's
got the bags (and more). Here, find wheeled trolley cases, carry-ons and weekenders to hold all your jet-setting essentials.Continue reading
This home is the embodiment of both comfort and luxury in Harlem style. Situated at the top of Central Park, 111 Central Park North is Harlem's premiere luxury building.
took a down-to-earth approach to menswear that revolutionized de rigueur
fashion by introducing modernized classics.
In a recent article in Business Of Fashion
they discussed the new gear from Bottega Veneta titled Great Outdoor Gear
, but for us it's pure Harlem style seen on any Harlem street near you.Continue reading
Macy's shares their new Samsung Gear S2 Harlem style gear for anytime of the day from their Front Row Show
event that took place last night on Thursday, September 17th, 2015 at Madison Square Garden in NYC.
Ever-the evolving style chameleon, the Harlem woman can take a prep turn in a plaid rolled up long sleeve shirt dress on her way to Chéri French Bistro
on Lenox Avenue.Continue reading
A great photograph of a man walking on Lenox Avenue (we're not sure of cross street) in Harlem, NY 1918.Continue reading
Photographer taking an image of photographer Zack Brown shooting two men on the boulevard with Harlem style in Harlem, New York 1937
What goes into designing and marketing an iconic hip-hop album? The Museum of the City of New York panel of hip-hop insiders will discuss their experiences behind the scenes of the record industry, their work from Harlem style to Hollywood shaping the brands of various major artists, and the all-important relationship between sound, word, image, and design.Continue reading