Category Archives: Photography

Magazine: Afroelle Magazine June 2015 Issue

Get into the latest issue of Afroelle Magazine! On the cover of their June 2015 Issue  is actress, model and filmmaker Brigid Turner sharing her journey as an artist and the motivation behind her work.    Check out more details about the June 2015 Issue  and more pictures of Brigid below:   via Afroelle Magaine […]

Campaign: The Naturalista Hair Show 2015 Campaign

Today I present to you, The Naturalista Hair Show 2015 campaign. It features the face of the 2015 Naturalista Hair Show, De’vaun Rae. I had the opportunity to be the wardrobe stylist and the lead creative director for this project. Thank you Angela for the opportunity.

Editorial: “Picnic in Lagos” by Nicole Asinugo Featuring CEO Dancers’s Ezinne Asinugo

Picnic in Lagos by Nicole Asinugo, featuring CEO Dancers’s Ezinne Asinugo, was born out of Nicole’s personal desire to see a picnic that reflected her cultural (Nigerian) heritage. She wanted to show a group of friends with bold individual styles, coming together to have their own version of a Western picnic. On her blog Nicole says,  “We so often […]

Lookbook: Stella Jean Spring/Summer 2013 Swimwear Collection

Summer 2015 is only a hop and a skip away! Stella Jean never disappoints! Check out  Stella Jean’s Spring Summer 2013 Swimwear Collection The collection features vintage inspired pieces, head wraps, and mixed prints! Check out more photos below: Check out the Stella’s Spring Summer 2013 Collection on her website (HERE)

Editorials: African Women by Abu Salami

    .AFRICAN WOMAN.    No matter how hard the struggle is the BEAUTY of the African woman shines  through her suffering !   Check out more photos from the editorial below: Credits:  (with Instagram Names) Photographer: @abzog Make-Up Artist: @davesucre Headwrap Stylist: Maureen Models:  @the_angellaphillips @pwittychika  @theladyvodka

Editorial: A Reflection of Race & Fashion in America by Skye Charlie

“The Black is Beautiful movement embarked a historical journey in the 60’s. It was a political movement that helped shape beauty and fashion in the 20th century. It’s the Afropolitan who’s not afraid to embrace her ebony features, and understands the disparity of race in America. Or the fashionista who understands Ankara is NOT a […]