Black Fashion History: Ozwald Boateng
Ozwald Boateng (Born in 1967, London) is a British-Ghanaian Designer and tailor known for the transformational impact he has had on classic British Menswear fashion.
Black Fashion History: Iman
Iman (born Zara Mohamed Abdulmajid, in 1955) is a Somali supermodel-turned -businesswoman and philanthropist. She is known as one of the first black supermodels. Iman was born in Mogadishu, to a diplomat father and...
Creatives In Black History: MALICK SIDIBÉ
Malick Sidibé (1936-2016) aka ‘The eye of Bamako,’ was a Malian photographer known for documenting popular culture in postcolonial Bamako through black and white shots.
Eko For Show: Bold Attire From The Fashion-Forward City
Eko noun [ ay-KOH] The ‘local’ name for the city of Lagos, Nigeria. Show verb [shoh] a theatrical production, performance, or company. When in Lagos, you show up and show out. Whilst night clubs...