You may have seen her hosting the Oscars, appearing on shows like "Key & Peele" and CBS’s "the Mentalist" or perhaps being the cover star of Black Owned Enterprise "Black" magazine. Now, she is here at The Miami Hurricane.
Covid-19 has stripped a lot of fun out of 2020, but I, for one, do not intend to let it steal Halloween, too.
An ethereal experience of sexuality and fashion, "Savage X Fenty Volume 2" combines music and lingerie in a spectacle that’s as visually enticing as it is impressive.
I didn’t even know I had an aesthetic until my FYP told me I did, and it was spot on.
Showcased almost six months ago during Spring/Summer Fashion Weeks in Milan, New York, London, Paris and more, here are six runway-ready ways to elevate your closet right now.
With thongs and panties ranging from XS to 3x and bra sizes ranging from 30A to 46H, every woman on the planet can now get their hands on high quality lingerie without breaking the bank.
This news did not come as a shock to many. The show— which once attracted over 10 million viewers and was undeniably the brand's largest marketing method— had its lowest ratings and viewership ever during its last go around.
In an interview with Vogue, Posen explained that “time ran out, and the difficult climate out there… it’s not an easy time in our industry.”
New York Fashion Week recently wrapped up its shows, and, as per usual, it gave a sneak peak at all the hot trends and styles that will be inescapable this the spring. The Miami Hurricane has gathered five styles to keep a close eye on, so you can have everyone complimenting you on your cutting-edge looks.
Student models took to the runway sporting traditional African garb that ranged from everyday wear to evening gowns and swimwear.
It is already March, which means that summer internship season is quickly approaching. That's why I have created this look book—as a guide to letting your style shine no matter the situation.
"Fashion week?" I thought, "Easy stuff. Show up, look good, watch models strut up and down a runway. How hard can it be?"