While attending a Covid-19 memorial on the evening before her inauguration, the Vice President elect wore a coat designed by the ascendant fashion label Pyer Moss. It signals an early commitment to uplifting independent designers.
Odley’s character Dominique is a high school upperclassman trying to balance her school work, social life, and obligations at home. A first-generation daughter of a single Haitian mother, Dominique helps care for her niece and nephew while simultaneously trying to keep her spot on the school’s basketball team, spend time with her boyfriend, hang out with friend, and land a meaningful internship. Out of all the characters, Dominique has the most going on — and it weighs on her.
Brockton native Sabrina K. Victor recaps for NBC10 Boston her 2020 Miss USA experience and shares why it’s so important her to apologetically embrace the complexities of being a Black woman. — nbcboston.co
By Ralph ‘Onz’ Chery — Fashion designer Venny Étienne’s road to designing for Beyoncé, it all started at his old church’s fashion show.
Ten years ago, a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people and displacing millions of its citizens. While…
THE LIBERATORS travel bag features renowned female revolutionary leaders Anacaona, Agbaraya Tòya, Cécile Fatiman, and Marie-Jeanne Lamartinière.
Mama Cax, the Haitian-American creative, model, and advocate known for her work to make the fashion industry more inclusive for…
The natural hair doll collection partners with P&G’s My Black is Beautiful hair care line this Christmas