One word: magical. Intrigued and inspired, I closely followed Symone’s journey of 1000 mini portrait paintings: 1 of Minnie 1 of Minnie: a 240sf piece of art comprised of 1,000 individual pieces, an event celebrating Black Sisterhood… 1 of Minnie is who we are: Individually beautiful, powerful, strong, smart and loved. And all of that […]Read more "1 of Minnie: an art share"
I’ve never spent more than $100 on a pair of shoes before so I find this so ridiculous! Yet funny. Funny because who said it’s luxury? What makes a brand or an item luxurious?Granted, some things are made with better materials and style, buuuuuttt there are stores (including Payless!) and brands that are affordable (to me) […]Read more "Fake Luxury"
I love all the love in this video! THIS is what WE need, right now! ❤Read more "representation matters: a music share"
I love this perfect acronym! I am all for personal style expression, but I’m even more for helping a brother or sister realize their ultimate, natural beauty. And the magic within our manes! Check out and subscribe! C.O.M.B: Your Hair — MINDSIGHTCOLLECTIVE I am going to break down the science bit using the acronym C.O.M.B: Coils, […]Read more "C.O.M.B: Your Hair (a repost)"
Watch us walk, watch us move, watch us overcome, listen to our voices, the sway. The resilience. The innovation. The raw, unfiltered and untouched soul we have can not be touched. -Solange Knowles ❤ photoRead more "watch us"
I know it’s been a minute since my last Black Every Friday post and really, I have no excuses. I just knew that when I returned, it’d have to be with a little heat. I’m so excited to share with you a store and brand that I’ve been a fan of (read: stalking) for years […]Read more "Black Every Friday: Nubian Hueman"
I’ve been super lazy with the photo sharing of all the beauty I’ve captured these last few months, but yesterday, my phone told me my storage was almost full.. so, you know why I’m here. I visited Spelman for the second time this year. [It’s still dope.] I’m happy to say that the college frequently […]Read more "Black Art Matters: Africa Forecast"