Attic, a new online platform, is making it easier to shop for vintage furniture and home decor from dozens of local businesses.
When I began to think deeply about how I used the word, "messy," I realized two things: That I was a hater. And that these alleged messy women were #winning.
Shoe designer Stuart Weitzman will receive Thomas Jefferson University's Spirit of Design Award Thursday at the college's annual student fashion show.
The internet has been taking Nicolle Rochelle through it for topless protest against Bill Cosby during the first day of the trial, but she'd still do it.
Philly was recently ranked as the number one most facial hair friendly city across the nation. The Philadelphia Beard Festival returns on Sunday, April 29, bringing an occasion to celebrate the top spot.
So often, I had heard my own late mother say, "too youthful," about anything even inching toward flamboyant. And as I've wondered so many times in my life now that my mother is gone: "What would mom say?"
Monáe released "Pynk," the third single on her forthcoming album Tuesday, and the happy-go-lucky ode to femininity's four-minute video is the coolest celebration of the vajajay I've ever seen.
Wax & Wine is the perfect Instagram-worthy manifestation of every possible lifestyle trend.
Wet photographer? No worries. Sticky camera? Worth it! Uber-messy wedding venue? All is fair game when Instagram favorites and Facebook likes are at stake. Welcome to the champagne-popping shot.
In this era of Instagram and Snapchat, when images from influencers are sometimes more valued than old school-glossy mag editorials, Lagos' placement in Essence is a big deal for the homegrown bauble business.
Walmart, the nation's largest retailer, will no longer sell Cosmopolitan at its checkout lines. The decision, the big box retailer said, is in response to the #MeToo movement. I think it's a gross misuse of it.
At SMART Fitness, Debra Williams offers indoor cycling, dance fitness, strength training. Prices are $20 for a walk-in spin class. And the women - and men - who work out with her are far from skinny Minnies.
The maxi scarf that King T'Challa wears in the last scene of the movie is very "Hermes meets Africa" says Ikire Jones designer Wale Oyéjidé.