Categories Fashion, Magazine Covers, The Look

Jasmine Sanders For Harper’s Bazaar Mexico

Jasmine has come a long way from her dating Chris Brown and frolicking in the pool with Rob Kardashian. The self proclaimed “Golden Barbie” has not only landed one but TWO covers of Harper’s Bazaar Mexico! So many beautiful colors and a beautiful girl!

No words, just pictures.

Photo Cred: Harper’s Bazaar

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Categories Art, Entertainment, Magazine Covers, Photography, The Look

Issa Look: Issa Rae for Hannah Magazine

Season 2 of "Insecure" premiered Sunday on HBO and whether you're "Team Issa" or "Team Lawerence", one thing is for sure, Issa Rae looks amazing channeling Solange, Missy Elliot and Nina Simone for Hannah Magazine!

No words, just Melanin and Magic.

You can order the coffee table magazine for $39.99!


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Categories Fashion, Magazine Covers

Versace Fall 2018 Campaign.

The Versace fall 2018 ad campaign shot by Bruce Weber echoed the mood and awareness of the words “Equality,” “Love” and “Power” that appeared on the designer’s catwalk.

Words that ring especially timely, true and focused in the wake of the tragic events that continuously make headlines. Against a blurry concrete gray backdrop Weber lensed models Gigi Hadid, Mica Arganaraz, Taylor Hill and Vittoria Ceretti wearing a crop of the season’s looks, from tailored black coats and sexy dresses to checkered draped dresses, their tresses tinted in green, orange and gray. A gaggle of hot male models round- out the photoshoot.

As the Versace house pointed out on Instagram, the campaign is “a powerful manifesto of unity and hope.”

In other Versace news, it looks like the Versace-Riccardo Tisci match has hit a standby after months of negotiation. According to industry insiders, it won’t happen after all.

The New-York Blackstone Group fund owns a 20 percent stake in Versace since 2014.

 

Also check out some winning looks  for the upcoming seasons Men and Women below the drop ! Its very lit! I need and want a little bit of it all! COME ON!!!! (more…)

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Categories Art, Celebrity Fashion, Celebrity News, Fashion, Lifestyle, Magazine Covers, Men Fashion, Music, The Look

Ye’ Turns 40


Today we celebrate Kanye West 40th birthday and whats a better way to honor the former Louis Vuitton Don than with some of his greatest moments in Fashion. Just like we all have a favorite Ye’ album, we all have a favorite Ye’ fashion era. I honestly prefer anything pre 2012 (shade), though the fashion on Yeezus was impressive. I’m not here for the homeless/bodysuit monochromatic look where I have to pay 600 bucks for a sweatshirt that I can get at Walmart. 
So here’s to you Kanye, we hope you give us 40 more years of style. 





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Categories Art, Business, Fashion, Magazine Covers, Story, Uncategorized

British Vogue Welcomes Edward Enninful


Editor in Chief, Alexandra Shulman, of British Vogue announced her retirement, we all were wondering WHO’S UP NEXT? Okay maybe the rest of the world didn’t use those exact words but still. Well, Vogue announced the amazing Edward Enninful will be her successor. Talk about Black Excellence. 
Here’s a quick history lesson on Enninful. Edward got his start at I-D magazine as Fashion Director at 19! See mom, you shoulda let me run off after high school to NYC to model, who knows where I would be lol. He went on to work for I-D for almost 20 years, while also contributing to Italian and American Vogue. 

In 2004 he received the Isabella Blow Award for fashion creator at the British Fashion Awards. Enninful was also appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his services to diversity in the fashion industry by none other than Queen Elizabeth. 

Not to mention for the past 6 years, Edward has been the creative and fashion director at W Magazine. Not bad. 

With all these accolades under his belt, Enninful was almost predestined for this role of Editor in Chief at Vogue. I van not wait to see what he does with Vogue. He will begin his role August 1st.

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Categories Fashion, Interviews, Magazine Covers, Men Fashion, Photography, The Look, World

Guess Who’s My Uncle?


Hold Up!!!! Do yall know who’s hot ass nephew nephew this is? None other than Hilary and Bill Clinton! I mean it makes sense, Bill was a looker in his hey day. 22 year old Tyler Clinton just signed to IMG Models. I can’t! That smile and those dimples! Lawd! 

Follow his ig: @tclint 



Photo Cred: instagram/tclint

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Categories Celebrity Fashion, Celebrity News, Entertainment, Fashion, Instagram, Magazine Covers, Men Fashion, Photography, The Look

Rihanna As Amelia Earhart in Harper’s Bazaar

“There’s something so special about a woman who dominates in a man’s world. It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness, and the nerve to never take no for an answer. Amelia Earhart was such a dynamic force in her industry, setting multiple aviation records in her time. So it was a no-brainer for me to team up with Harper’s Bazaar in honor of a woman who held her own with the big boys.” —Rihanna



Rihanna covers Harper’s Bazaar’s 150th Anniversary issue. Chic but sexy, Rihanna channels Amelia’s utilitarian look and she is to die for. Amelia Earhart’s essay, originally published in Harpers Bazaar in 1929, gave tips on how women could travel fashionably. 

 

Here’s an excerpt:

“What does the woman aviator wear? This question is asked me as often as any other connected with aviation. Ten years ago I could have described a flying costume. It would have consisted of helmet, goggles, leather jacket, breeches, and some sort of high boots. There were no traditions but those of wartime flying to follow, and both men and women adopted or modified it to suit commercial needs. Also, flying fields were usually dirty, planes were crude, and there were no refinements in facilities, such as passenger waiting-rooms, and so forth…..

Usually, on a solo flight, I wear low-heeled shoes, because with low heels it is easier to keep my feet braced on the rudder bar… On the Friendship flight I couldn’t follow the rule of wearing sports clothes. The trip was a pioneering one, and comforts were not thought of. Clothes suitable for “roughing it” had to be taken. For instance, there was no step from the pontoons to the door, and I couldn’t have jumped into the plane in a skirt….”

Words and images: Harper’s Bazaar

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