Alexa Chung’s Book Isn’t “IT” But It’s Decent

When it was confirmed model/TV personality Alexa Chung was releasing a book on fashion and the alluring appeal of women deemed “it” (such as herself), I didn’t outwardly roll my eyes, but offered a shrug. Of course Chung was. Though her daytime MTV show, It’s On with Alexa Chung, only lasted two seasons in 2009 , it was enough to gain notice with American girls and labels. Since its cancelling, she’s had capsule collections … Continue reading Alexa Chung’s Book Isn’t “IT” But It’s Decent

Every 2015 Magazine Cover That Starred A Woman Of Color This Summer #BlackGirlMagic

Forget about it being a cruel summer! It’s been a buttery brown one, and definitely so for the magazine industry that’s chosen successful and inspiring Black and women of color artists, actresses and businesswomen for their coveted covers. The Twitterverse have been affectionately calling the surge “Black Girl Magic.” And with Beyonce gracing American Vogue‘s esteemed September issue, it’s all been nothing short of f**king awesome. … Continue reading Every 2015 Magazine Cover That Starred A Woman Of Color This Summer #BlackGirlMagic

W Magazine’s Black Beauty Pictorial Continues Fashion’s Summer Loving Of The Black Model

Yesterday, as I walked in circles looking for the tiny Bayard Street that occupies the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory in New York City, prior at another nearby block, I had seen some books and magazines thrown out. I stopped at the pile because I immediately noticed Kate Moss‘ face on the cover of (British) Vogue. I instantly took it, nearly ignoring the many of issues of Russh next … Continue reading W Magazine’s Black Beauty Pictorial Continues Fashion’s Summer Loving Of The Black Model