Renata is a UNC-Chapel Hill alumni who graduated with a B.A. in Public Relations and Political Science in 2019. She has worked for Oscar de la Renta, Tibi and LaFORCE. She currently lives and works in New York City as a production coordinator at Coach.
In life, you can either be a minimalist or a maximalist.
Here’s my conversation with one-half of Fashion For All, Ali Richmond, on Blackness, fashion and America’s racial complex
Here is a List of 6 Black-owned and #Blacklivesmatter ally businesses in fashion and lifestyle in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro-Durham area.
The reasoning behind Wintour’s sudden sympathy for Black people is allegorical to what some claim is the bedrock of fashion: trend.
In the wake of renewed BLM protests and calls for justice, the ugly side of fashion industry mainstays and envelope pushers has been exposed.
Beyond my superficial connections to the former creative director of Vogue, my admiration for Talley comes from the respect I owe him for existing in an industry that has historically had little-to-no room for men who look like me. However, what is even more important to me is Talley’s permanence as a cautionary tale about the whims and woes of the fashion world for Black people and, more specifically Black men.
Scandals, weak policy positions and polarization all greatly influence how people assess politicians. But it would be simple-minded to remove clothes and appearance from the American people’s decisions about their …
From selling out shows to topping the Billboard charts and amassing millions of fans, there is no doubt that Harry Styles is a force to be reckoned with. On November …