Paris Fashion Week, the last fashion week of the season includes designers from all over the world including the one and only Kenzo.
2019’s New York Fall Fashion show was a leading example for diversity of models and designers present at the shows. Award winning designer Telfar Clemens who is Liberian-American is a significant part of this years show through his culturally mobile designs.
South African brand Rarity is a Fair Trade company that creates handbags from natural materials that may otherwise be discarded.
Sophomore medical drama “New Amsterdam” and its cross-cultural main cast give a glimpse into the often awe-inspiring optimism of those who straddle identity.
“I remember when you told black Latinas that they were black and they would want to fight you,” says Keka Araújo, as we discuss the recently fashionable topic of being Afro-Latina. “Some people want to make me biracial. I am not biracial; I am bicultural,” she continues. “I am unapologetically black.”
All the boys in his family have unique names — including titles. “Master Sedrique Lynn Von Olison,” he laughs. It’s an effortless, full-bodied diaphragmatic roar perfect for his towering six-foot-five frame, caramel skin and dazzling pearly whites. With a laugh as contagious as his personality, I found myself sunk, engulfed, all-in. And that’s Olison’s advice to you, as well.
The new NBC show “Bluff City Law” includes seven veteran actors of stage and screen — all of whom boast impactful, cross-cultural backgrounds. And the story? It revolves around an elite, legal family led by father and daughter attorneys known for combating injustice and fighting for the underdog.
Internationally renowned for hospitality and luxury, Cannes is home to more than 50 annual events that attract some three million visitors. The city’s busy, year-round calendar includes entertainment, music, advertising, technology and real estate conventions with the annual Cannes Film Festival being the most famous and swanky among them.
Longtime entrepreneur Arlene Rivera, 55, is a has been doing hair for three decades. She operated salons in Puerto Rico before relocating to the Rocky Mountains and is a self-proclaimed “hair doctor” who believes that understanding curly and wavy hair is about more than simply knowing an individual’s ethnicity.
People with curls and locs have long endured inadvertent (and sometimes overt) microaggressions. Increasingly, however, natural hair in all its forms is all the rage.