By Etu Evans
Of course, the night will be magical when your birthday falls in the same month of New York Fashion Week, Black History Month, Ground Hog day to determine the trajectory of the weather and on a Palindrome. Continue Reading →
In an effort to create increased opportunity in the fashion design industry NYFW seeks emerging designers to rip the runway for the February 2019 installment of New York Fashion Week! Continue Reading →
Mattel made history on Monday by unveiling the first-ever hijab-wearing Barbie doll. It’s designed after Olympic medalist Ibtihaj Muhammad, an American sabre fencer who became the first Olympic athlete to compete while wearing a hijab at the 2016 Rio Olympics who was coached by Harlem born Akhnaten Spencer-El. 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) designer Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day had created for the Olympic runner Diane Dixon in 1989. Continue Reading →
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