Tracee Ellis Ross And Others In Virtual Conversations With Studio Museums Thelma Golden

For the first time, The Studio Museum in Harlem will expand access to its Spring Benefit and annual Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize by presenting special dialogues in conjunction with both, to be offered online in May 2021. Continue Reading →

Harlem Takes Over Fashion Week In Harlem Fashion Row Style Awards And Fashion Show

WWD reports that New York Fashion Week’s official start is set for September 6, 2018 but Nike is trying to get the competitive edge, by presenting Harlem’s Fashion Row’s style awards and fashion show on September 4, 2018. Continue Reading →

“Black-ish’s,” Marsai Martin At Build Series

Marsai Martin plays Diane Johnson on the ABC Emmy-nominated hit comedy, “Black-ish.” Alongside an all-star cast including Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross and Laurence Fishburne, the young starlet has stolen the hearts of viewers who tune in every week to see her mischievous antics on the show. Continue Reading →

Tracee Ellis Ross Designed An Chic Collection For Everybody And Every Body For JC Penney

WWD reports that Tracee Ellis Ross, the Black-ish actress teamed up with JC Penney for a limited-edition holiday capsule collection that’s both accessible and inclusive for all budgets and body types. Continue Reading →

2016 Emmys Best-Dressed Red Carpet Stars (Photographs)

hbz-emmys-2016-yara-shahidiWhile the Emmys brings together television’s best and brightest to celebrate their hard work and success, it also forces (almost) the entire industry to bring their Harlem style to a single, agreed-upon location with a Red Carpet. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Alicia Keys And Others At BET Awards 2016

alicia-keys and bet logoHarlem lady performs Alicia Keys performs with many others, Empire’s Taraji P. Henson and Jussie Smollett are among the newly announced presenters for the 16th annual BET Awards. Continue Reading →


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