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.
Smudging - the practice of burning plants and wood to spiritually cleanse one's living quarters, or one's body - is enjoying a slow but steady comeback. Here is why.
On Saturday, hundreds gathered at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the fourth annual celebration of Empowerment and entrepreneurship, hosted by local radio stations 100.3 WRNB, Praise 107.9, and Boom 103.9. Notables there included former 76er Allen Iverson.
Givenchy made the LBD the LBD. And today it's a wardrobe perennial that speaks to the seductive woman and girly-girl in all of us.
Recently while buying things I didn't need at Target, I stumbled upon a multimask pack.
Take your kids to see "A Wrinkle in Time" because there is something about a young girl who learns to accept herself exactly how she is and who succeeds - not despite of, but because of her flaws - that throws a monkey wrench in the expectations of the status quo.
Philadelphian Jacen Bowman went from jail to celebrity makeup artist to Black Radiance collaborator.
Germantown-based author Shantrelle Lewis' coffee table book has a shot at a docuseries produced by Viola Davis' company JuVee Productions and Tinseltown powerhouse 44 Blue Productions.
The Oscars are here! The red carpet promises to be as phenomenal as this year's nominees. Check out how the ball gowns meet glitter here.
The Lafayette Hill native is the founder of the Los Angeles company Gift Bags by Rachael. And starting Thursday, Cosgrove's curated Nike totes will land on the glitzy party tables and in the hotel rooms of La La Land's most beautiful people.
In black America, pimps and priests might both opt for a single color in their dress. Researchers and fashion aficionados expand on the style's popularity.
"Black Panther" is sparking a new interest in African fashions and culture. Some see an opportunity for African Americans and African people to forge a new unity.
The idea is this: Instead of one false eyelash on each eye, you wear two that sandwich your natural lashes, held in place by tiny, powerful magnets. No glue!