Everyday I am reminded of the fact that the body positive movement is here to stay, and it should be since it is an exercise in self love and acceptance. The latest event where I witnessed that was on March 10th, 2019, at the He Loves Curves Fashion Show in Cleveland, Ohio.
Costume designer Sharen Davis may not be a household name, but her work sure is! The two time Oscar nominated former actress from Louisiana got her start in the early 90's and is a frequent collaborator to actor Denzel Washington- working with him at least five or more times. Read on to find out more about this talented costume designer...
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The runway is full of fun ideas and fantasy fashions that are not expected to be worn in the streets, but every once in awhile a few key trends will pop up that will certainly add spice to your wardrobe! Here are 5 trends currently on sale at your favorite stores and are actually universally flattering.
It's super cold right now, and as I glance out my window I can see that my street is blanketed with enough snow for me to have to put on my heavy boots and not the cute ones I wore on Sunday to Ms. DeeDee's 44th Annual Fashion Show! I didn't care how much snow was on the ground, I wasn't about to miss this event, and I could tell by the amount of extra chairs needed at the venue for the sold out crowd that I wasn't the only one, and if you have ever been to any of Ms. DeeDee's past shows then you know exactly why.
We simply cannot talk about fashion and style in the late 80's and early 90's without mentioning the various boosting crews- most notable the LO-Lifes and all their off shoots. What is a boosting crew, who are the LO-Lifes and why were they such an important part of Black American style? Keep reading to find out...
A true trendsetter can help spread style faster than a deadly virus and nobody did that better than Belize born, Brooklyn, New York raised Nelda G. Her name might not sound familiar if you are not from New York where she hailed from, but you definitely know, love and celebrate her style. Let me tell ya'll about the huge impact of underground street fashion legend Enelda "Nelly G" Gillett-Soberanis, the real Queen B- who inspired rap fashion darling Lil' Kim in the 90's and a million other fly girls from around the the way.
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