Constance White Says the Met Gala Theme Has Been a Part of Black Culture for Ages

Constance White Says the Met Gala Theme Has Been a Part of Black Culture...

On Monday, White started her latest chapter, a fashion-focused podcast with Univision called How To Slay, bringing listeners personal success stories from compelling entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and creatives of diverse backgrounds. In addition to the empowering tips, White has enlisted a slew of provocative opinions and fresh voices like Bloomingdales' Operating Vice President Of Diversity…
An Ex-Theranos Employee Is Responsible For Elizabeth Holmes’ Black Turtleneck

An Ex-Theranos Employee Is Responsible For Elizabeth Holmes’ Black Turtleneck

"However, in our era [of Theranos] I don't think she had the means to invest or stomach the cost [of a Miyake-made turtleneck]," Arriola notes to Elle. Holmes also said in a 2015 interview with Glamour that she'd been wearing black turtlenecks since she was a kid — but Arriola says that isn't true, either.…
What Was Elizabeth Holmes Trying To Prove With Those Black Turtlenecks?

What Was Elizabeth Holmes Trying To Prove With Those Black Turtlenecks?

It seemed that Holmes was drawn to Apple founder Jobs’ commitment to perfectionism, and the legacy of his company's world-defining tech aesthetic. She even hung a framed screenshot of his Apple Internet bio, “printed out on Aug. 24, 2011, the day he stepped down as CEO because of pancreatic cancer,” the one-time coworker told Fortune.…

Spike Lee Honors Prince — & Wears All Black Designers

Lee's tribute to Prince is significant because, as Lee tells the NYT, “he believes that the musician’s spirit helped him to find the version of 'Mary Don’t You Weep,' sung by Prince, that plays at the end of BlacKkKlansman, as scenes from the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., conclude the film.”

Spike Lee Honors Prince — & Wears All Black Designers

Lee's tribute to Prince is significant because, as Lee tells the NYT, “he believes that the musician’s spirit helped him to find the version of 'Mary Don’t You Weep,' sung by Prince, that plays at the end of BlacKkKlansman, as scenes from the 2017 white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., conclude the film.”
Trends Aside, There’s Nothing Quite Like A Simple Black Bikini

Trends Aside, There’s Nothing Quite Like A Simple Black Bikini

Of course, selecting that one perfect go-to isn’t always as clear as black and white black. So, to help get you started, we rounded up 15 black bikini sets that are sure to steer your swimsuit collection in the right direction. From bandeaus to bra tops, high-waisted bottoms to barely-there string styles, there’s a black…
Meet Annie Turnbo Malone, the hair care entrepreneur Trump shouted out in his Black History Month proclamation

Meet Annie Turnbo Malone, the hair care entrepreneur Trump shouted out in his Black...

One of the first black women to reach millionaire status did so by launching a hair care empire — and her name wasn’t Madam C.J. Walker. Entrepreneur Annie Turnbo Malone reached this milestone at the end of World War I, and she just so happened to give beauty mogul Walker her start in the cosmetics…
Black Women Talk Body Image in the Black Community

Black Women Talk Body Image in the Black Community

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Netflix is a character in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. Only Black Mirror could pull that off.

Netflix is a character in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch. Only Black Mirror could pull that...

So, to get this out of the way: Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, the new choose-your-own-adventure interactive film from Netflix, is almost certainly the kind of sinister mass social engineering experiment that Black Mirror itself has spent four seasons warning us about. After all, what data analyst in their right mind would pass up a chance to…
Kevin Hart’s Oscars controversy feeds the stereotype of the black homophobe

Kevin Hart’s Oscars controversy feeds the stereotype of the black homophobe

It’s not easy for me as a black person to dismiss another black man’s achievements. It’s why, when superstar Kevin Hart announced that he was going to host the 2019 Academy Awards, I had mixed feelings. I appreciate Hart’s ambition and success as a black creative within an industry that has yet to fully embrace…

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