9 Must-See Black Girl Moments From Day 1 of NYFW
From backstage to the runway and front rows, these beauties are undoubtedly leaving their mark on the Spring/Summer 2018 season!
Gabrielle Union Celebrates Her New York & Company CollaborationIlya S. Savenok
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Two Goddesses Unite
Model and influencer Khoudia Diop, affectionately known as "Melanin Goddess" linked up with Lupita Nyong'o for this stunning photo at Lancôme's NYFW dinner.
Ciara Sashays Into Tom Ford
Ciara looked runway ready in all black everything before sitting front row at the Tom Ford Spring/Summer 2018 show.
Lala Anthony Makes Her Lord & Taylor Debut
The TV host and actress stepped out with son Kiyan Anthony and other guests to celebrate the launch of her new "Lala Anthony Collection" at Lord & Taylor.
Binx Walton Opens and Closes A Major Runway
Celebrities flocked to Tom Ford's highly anticipated show, where 21-year-old model Binx Walton had the honor of opening and closing the high profile runway.
Gold Goals Spotted At Greta Constantine
This epic jumpsuit, spotted on the Greta Constantine, sent our timelines into a frenzy and as you can see, it looks amazing when draped over melanin.
Harlem's Fashion Row Celebrates A Decade Of Greatness
Brandice Daniel and her team celebrated a decade of providing designer of colors with a platform by honoring a new set of talent, including Kimberly Goldson (above).
Pat McGrath's Epic Ball
The legendary makeup artist and CFDA Award winner assembled her celebrity friends (Tracee Ellis Ross, Teyana Taylor and more) for what she dubbed the "Mothership Ball."
Gabrielle Union Celebrates Her New York & Company Collaboration
It was a big day for the Being Mary Jane star, who finally launched (and celebrated) her highly anticipated New York & Company collection.
Bonus: Kim Kardashian Wears A Black Designer to Tom Ford
The reality star turned mogul, who is reportedly expecting a third child (via surrogate) with Kanye West, attended the high profile show in a curve-hugging dress by Laquan Smith.