Boudoir style fashion photography is something that has been seen with more relevance during the pandemic, as work-from-home orders and leisurewear brands have finally found a respectable place in the
Art collecting has long been a luxury for those who can afford to partake in leisure. In most cases, this is the economic advantage of societal white privilege. However, Black people collecting Black
Black artists’ influence on the art market has never been greater than it is today. “I bought some artwork for one million Two years later, that shit worth two million Few years later, tha
For fashion brands, hiring a photographer can be a conflicting process. Cidenna CEO Khalil Walthour knows this all too well, and has shared advice concerning navigating the tricky maze of fashion
Photography is shrouded with photo filters and presets, giving the effects of film cameras aged lenses in today’s digital era.
‘Merch’ sales for music artists have been a way for them to make money to continue to fund their projects and career while keeping in touch with the fans. Recently the merchandise has become
“Please call Dr. Jays, tell them to pull all this shit down. We’re about to go live globally, and you’re about to get it,” Willie Esco, Creative Director of Coogi, said in 2014
“When I was a little girl, I created paper people. They were drawings that I’d draw, dress them up, name them, and cut them out.”
This year’s pandemic has tested us all, especially NYC based Black-owned boutique and streetwear brand, The New Blue Collar. The New Blue Collar’s fifth Collection represents resilience, grit, a
REDValentino and Helgert have crafted a brand new story where Mother Nature reclaims the fast-paced city streets we catwalk every day.