From red carpets to television appearances to tour stages, some of our faves shone bright in emerald, lime, mint and olive tones.
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"I’ve dressed this way for so long, when it wasn’t cool for men-of-color or a straight man to just dress how he wants to dress,” he says.
“This is the day we live in and I want to share the things that I’ve learned. What’s the point of me keeping all of this stuff in?!” she says.
“Regularly getting my eyes checked encourages me to also make sure that my daughter has healthy vision,” says Iman.
“This is my very first runway show, I have never modeled before. The experience was absolutely amazing,” says Thompson.
“Whether it’s a suit or casual look, I’m always elegant. I go for looks that naturally mesh with me,” says Brown of his personal style.
Gushing over her daughter's wardrobe, Mama Tina Knowles described one of Beyonce's looks as “a Balmain masterpiece.”
“To be from Brooklyn and to look like this, it blows my mind- anything is possible,” says Iesha Hodges on being selected as a VS model.
“It’s been amazing to watch the growth in the industry, but when I first started it wasn’t so easy for me," she says.
“I believe self-love is the foundation of true beauty. For most women home is the core, it’s an extension of self,” says Chilli.
“Growing up, I was all about sneakers, sweatpants and basketball,” says Hodges of her transition from the playground to the runway.
“Green is the new black,” says Thompson of her recent affection for the brightly-hued color.
“Own your body type, own your skin color, own your hair- because that’s what really shines through,” says Tookes on becoming a model.
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During her years in the White House, her style and grace shined a light on Black women that the world needed to see.
Afropolitans and fans of Oludele came out to support women's health and wellness, financial literacy and, of course, fashion!