In a society in which blackness is criminalized and defined by stereotypes, Afropunk reminds the world that black people are more than FOX News headlines and mugshots, and black culture is as beautiful as it is nuanced.
Wearing pieces such as “NEVER SOLD DOPE” and “END RAPE CULTURE” allows for support to those that could not voice these issue themselves. Now we are able to wear our beliefs.
White created his brand Fly Familia after he got good feedback from showing off his designs around school and on social media. The young entrepreneur describes Fly Familia as “being an united family” because those who wear it have a similar taste in fashion and style.
“Black Panther” truly made a statement with the way the hair was handled in the movie, and it is a message that every young black girl needs to hear.
VOX ATL interviewed the founder and creators of new Atlanta-based, teen-created clothing brand Lotus Rosery.
This series “Closet Clout” was created to allow individuals to freely express their style, sense of fashion, and what inspires the way they dress. You define what is cool or not. So wear it like you got some clout.
Need some inspiration for you next Halloween costume? Check out some of Angelina Small’s work.
Before it became popular, shopping at thrift stores, now called “thrifting,” meant that you were sure to be subject to bullying and judgement often times due to the the stigma that you were wearing someone else’s’ throwaways.
16-year old high school basketball star LaMelo Ball just made history by becoming the first teenager to design his own shoe.
The truth is, thrifting is not just for people who are on a budget: It is a clever, economically viable practice of taking used clothes and making something new out of them.