From African lace, brocade, Kente and Ankara, Flatbush was the scene on Saturday, Aug. 28 for yet another tremendous show of culture, class and talent.
Kunle Ade’s Mighty and the Sunrise Band opened up this year’s Moshood Creations Fashion Show, founded by legendary designer Moshood Afariogun, with live entertainment and Nigerian music at Restoration Plaza in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn on Sunday, July 31
In honor of Black Business Month, and in celebration of the 27th anniversary of his flagship Brooklyn store, fashion designer Moshood will bring his legendary New Roots to Culture Fashion Showcase to the village of Bedford-Stuyvesant.
Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) is launching a new non-profit, ICON 360, on May 30 in response to the current coronavirus pandemic.
While wearing your mask this COVID-19 season, the fashion focus is on your eyes. Last week in a supermarket, a male customer at the cash register was flirting with the female cashier
For summer ’20, the Pamela Love jewelry brand teamed up with Kyleigh Kuhn to produce the company’s signature Moon Phase Necklace.
Fashinnovation held its first virtual Worldwide Talk April 20-21, with a focus on COVID-19’s effect on the fashion industry.
At this time, protecting your life and the lives of others is a social responsibility!
In hairdressing, it’s not business as usual. With beauty salons and barber shops closed due to social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19, people are forced to simply make do.
The spotlight is on sustainability, and color curator Linus Leonardsson presented his spring/summer ’20 collection, called, “See you in the Fog,” for Pantone’s newest Viewpoint Color issue.
It is no secret that there is a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) across the country due to the rise in demand for protection against COVID-19.
Love conquers all! Are you engaged, and working in the hospital fighting the COVID-19 pandemic?
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered all personal care businesses to close until further notice as the number of COVID-19 cases in the state continues to grow.
Vibrantly talented American designer Dennis Basso’s collection was inspired by pure glamour.
It was all about classic cuts and hand-sewn tailoring at Chocheng’s fall/winter 2020/’21 NYFW show. There were many two-toned combinations and suitable pieces. Presented to a standing-room only audience, the show was very well received, leaving the audience in awe.