With A Store In Harlem, H&M Collection Has Rihanna’s Name Written All Over It

Last year, H&M launched Nyden, a new brand focused on targeting millennials by tapping “co-creators” (or cool people, like DuaLipa, Justine Skye, and most recently, Dr. Woo) to produce a collection based on what they wished existed in the world. Continue Reading →

First Lady Chirlane McCray: Don’t Rewrite My Office Romance Into A #MeToo Moment

First Lady Chirlane McCray, has responded to a recent New York Daily News story that falsely portrayed her love story to husband and New York City mayor, Bill de Blasio. Continue Reading →

The Fanciest Latte Starbucks Has Ever Served In Harlem

With a number of Starbuck’s in Harlem, Refinery29 reports that ‘tis the season to add another cozy beverage to your lineup of faves. Starbucks has announced the debut of their new Juniper Latte. Continue Reading →

How To Get Free Starbucks Macchiatos This Week In Harlem

As you probably know Harlem has its fair share of Starbucks in Harlem, now Refinery29 reports that caffeine habits can be a real drain on our bank accounts. Continue Reading →

How To Get Your Hands On Rihanna’s Sold-Out Creepers

rir shoes in harlem1It’s no longer a surprise when a killer, limited-edition clothing collaboration sells like crazy — we’ve seen it time and time again, with Balmain for H&M being one of them. Continue Reading →

5 Hacks For A Healthier Week

working out fitneessOur friends at Refinery29 say that you should never drag yourself to the gym again: Shape has 12 tips and tricks that will motivate you to stick to your morning workout — and maybe even enjoy it. Continue Reading →

Whole Foods Recalls Products Over Listeria Scare

whole-foods-harlemRefinery29 reports that if you’ve been grocery shopping at Whole Foods recently, it’s time to check your fridge. The supermarket chain that is opening a new store on 125th Street and Lenox Avenue in Harlem announced a recall of several salad items over the weekend due to a potential Listeria contamination. Continue Reading →

Sign Up for the Harlem World Newsletter