Editorial:
What Photographer John Midgley Saw.
What were your expectations prior to visiting Haiti? I went to Haiti with an open mind. I had read up on Haiti before going and so knew the history.... Read more
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Fe Noel:Mastering Caribbean Heritage.
Fe Noel is a womenswear designer from Brooklyn, NY with a passion for travel, a love of vibrant colors, and a penchant for bold prints. She entered th... Read more
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Stylist To The World Marcus Paul.
A fashion world vet and an authority on luxury menswear, Marcus Paul is an in-demand image and creative consultant to some of the biggest names in mus... Read more
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French artist Kirrikoo-Sculpting A Past & Present Future.
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The Nuanced Artistry of Braided Coiffure.
Like patterns of intricately woven hair, we are connected to our ancestors and each other. I utilize hair to illustrate, propagate, and reimagine the ... Read more
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Tiffany Brown: Illuminating Hip Hop’s Shadows.
Hip Hop has been telling the stories of the Black experience in America since day one. But who is telling the story of the storytellers in Hip Hop?... Read more
Global Village:
Other Stories Of Us.
The meaning of my work changes and shifts slightly, or it gets clearer as I grow in it. The importance of telling our own stories has always been at t... Read more
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From the Energies of The Universe.
Inspired by the world's creation and taking up space by his creativity, Thabo (HouseCtaz) Mshengu’s creations gravitate from the energies of The Unive... Read more
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The Visceral Palpability Of The African Mask.
Velma Rosai-Makhandia, also known as Velma Rossa, and half of @2manysiblings, continues to use her body and work to express the depths of being a woma... Read more
Editorial:
Redefining Themes Of Legacy, Love, and Labor.
Myesha Evon (b. 1994, Cleveland, OH) is an art director and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. She moved to New York to pursue a BFA in graphic desig... Read more
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Nana Yaa Asare Boadu-A Goddess in Motion.
How do you describe a beautiful, strong, black woman, who uses her body to tell stories, stories in motion like nothing you’ve ever seen before?... Read more
Editorial:
Kevin Sanon – When Protest Comes Home.
This was made for those of you that weren't able to attend any of the protests, for those of you that were too nervous because of Covid, and of what t... Read more
Editorial, Global Village:
Armando Cabral – Model Designer.
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“You Next” Black Barber Shop Culture.
My uncle Jason, my mother’s youngest brother, was a barber and has always embodied for me everything cool, stylish, and “fly".... Read more
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Menswhere – Teppei Sugaya.
I met Teppei Sugaya a full year before I discovered the myth of the lost history of the Militant Guild or Rural Tailors, but the two events have been ... Read more
Editorial:
William Okpo x The Hole_A.
Editorial, Global Village:
A Menswhere ft. – Danilo Ceri of Ceri Vintage speaks of The Guild.
Although the original online research depository from 2005 has disappeared from the internet, certain designers and creatives retain a basic recollect... Read more
Editorial:
A Seat at The Round Table-2010.
We were young, eager to make a change and thought we were ready to change the world. Ten years later, we realized the world changed us more than we ch... Read more
Editorial:
Naskademini – The Great Reset.
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Adrian Daniel Is Bringing R&B Back with Style.
Editorial, Global Village:
We The People-New Music From Artist mikeflo.
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Collecting The Pieces-Rwandan Artist Crista Uwase.
Crista’s works consistently celebrate Blackness, and challenge the notions that Black skin is a curse.... Read more
Editorial, Global Village:
Menswhere A Lost History of the Militant Guild of Rural Tailors.
Editorial:
The Haitian Storyteller- Pierre-Richard Raphael.