News One Harlem's Fashion Row selects six African-American designer finalists to ... New York Daily News Thanks to Harlem's Fashion Row, three of them will present runway shows uptown on Sept. 16, during the next New York Fashion Week. And it's up to New Yorkers to decide who makes the cut....

Women of color can also face skin issues simply because of the fact that African-American skin is composed of a much thicker dermis than other skin types. Therefore, ethnic skin care is still crucial in order to maintain healthy and radiant skin. So, to keep your skin looking youthful...

Wall Street Journal (blog) Paris Fashion Week: At Yves Saint Laurent, Stefano Pilati strikes back Los Angeles Times (blog) The ones studded with colored cabochon stones may just be the best runway shoes of the season. Photos: Looks from the Yves Saint Laurent fall-winter 2011 runway collection...

Day with a special tribute to legendary model, manager and fashion activist, Bethann Hardison! Remembered as a true ground-breaker in the world of modeling and fashion, Bethann is credited with paving the way for some of today's most prominent African American models, following her own...

Looking for the perfect complexion as an African American woman? Eye colors, cheek colors and all striving to get the attention of the person looking on. Mineral make up, pressed powders and new liquid foundations, this is what's being introduced to give you the perfect color for your...

Article can be read at The New York Times Daphne Guinness, Fashion's Wild Child By GUY TREBAY NO organ is more promiscuous than the eye, and no appetite more insatiable than the hunger to look. These truths go a long way toward explaining the preoccupations of a culture whose interest in...

Caring for Dry African American Skin Did you know that time and age are the main constituents as to why moisture levels in your skin take a dip? Even though dryness can be controlled to varying degrees, external and internal factors can cause a once soft, well-hydrated complexion to look...

• June Ambrose sits down with Lola Ogunnaike of the New York Times to discuss her illustrious career, her new reality show, and her humble beginnings. The Bronx native wasn't always lauded for her fab personal style: "As a teenager in the '80s, she dressed in elaborate get-ups to...

its peak, it traveled to more than 180 cities creating great excitement in local communities that rarely saw images of African-Americans as beautiful, accomplished and successful. The Ebony Fashion Fair presented a powerful new vision for what was possible for African Americans The...

Here is how she led off that piece: "Just about everyone who comes to the haute couture collections knows that Nan is Nan Kempner, that Deeda is Deeda Blair and that Liliane Bettencourt, who was seated Wednesday in the front row at the Yves Saint Laurent show and wearing an orange muffler,...

 

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