Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way

I always knew Beyoncé had it in her to truly be revolutionary. Since the release of her album 4 with its lead single, “Who Run The World (Girls)”, I’ve been witnessing an enlightened, wanting to make a difference, and unapologetic celebration of (her) womanhood, Black womanhood, Texan roots, (her) sexuality, and increasingly socially defiant artist and it’s been absolutely thrilling to watch. I thought it all … Continue reading Beyonce’s Pro-Black Movement Has Got Me Shook In The Best Way

Last Days Of Patricia Field (Part 1): Pictures From The Iconic Store’s Liquidation Sale

Collective sighs of sadness and disbelief swam across fans of iconic costume designer Patricia Field when she announced in December that her equally as iconic Lower Manhattan eponymous store would be closing for good after 50 years in 2016. Fans as far back as the punk era of the late ’70s and early ’80s saw it as another sign of a culturally faltering New York City … Continue reading Last Days Of Patricia Field (Part 1): Pictures From The Iconic Store’s Liquidation Sale