Any time the Cicely Tyson gets honored, it is definitely well deserved. The timeless Hollywood and Broadway star graced the lush red carpet in a breathtaking white gown, while celebs from Danielle Brooks to Cynthia Erivo made their way inside to witness Tyson being honored at the 2016 American Theatre Wing Gala. See our fave looks from the elegant affair!
These Pics From The National Museum of African American History and Culture Will Give You Serious FOMO
The opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture was one for the books. Locals and visitors flocked to Washington D.C. to witness the star studded, pride-filled day-a day that was way overdue but well received for many. Everyone from The Obamas to Oprah made sure to make an appearance, as on lookers took hundreds of selfies to document a moment in history. Check out the best photos from the weekend!
Everyone's favorite Awkward Black Girl Issa Rae knows how to throw a good block party! Food, flowing drinks and music filling the street in Brooklyn is the only way to do it. The star of HBO's new series Insecure presented a screening for the show and kept the party going with a DJ and a performance by BJ The Chicago Kid. The pilot is streaming on HBO now, but we can't wait to see what Miss Rae has in store when Insecure airs on HBO on October 9th!
We love watching our sisters slay across the pond at London Fashion Week! From supermodels like Jourdan Dunn to Empire's Serayah McNeill, these are the chicest moments served up by trendsetting celebs.
For a second night in a row, protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina took to the streets following the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. In what started as a peaceful demonstration, law enforcement and protestors clashed in a city already plagued with police violence -- a recent report revealed that Charlotte police kill a civilian about every two months. Scott's death joins the ranks of hundreds this year -- usually unarmed, unjustified and always Black -- that have rocked the African American community to its core. Here, we take a look at the harrowing photos captured during the protests, photos that convey the pain, suffering and mourning of those fighting for justice in this country.
As fashion month continues, black women have made their way to Italy to stunt on the streets of Milan, rocking luxe fabrics, quirky patterns and bright pops of color. Take a cue from all these out of the box looks to create a style that is uniquely you!
With fall in full effect, there's no better way to upgrade your wardrobe than adding embellished pins and patches to your jackets, jeans and bags. Not only are they fun and flashy, but it's an awesome way to tell the world what you're about. Add a "Pow!" pin to your jacket or a smiley face emoji patch to your bag. And to look like you're a Fashion Week insider, get inspired by these street style queens rocking the hot patches and pins trend.
As if there weren't enough amazing looks on the Emmys red carpet last night, Hollywood's brightest hopped from one lavish celebration to another after the awards, stepping up their game with stunning outfit changes. Prepare your heart eyes emojii.
Serena Williams is clearly an it girl: gorgeous, athletic and fashion savvy! The tennis star partnered with HSN to present the Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection Fashion Show at Kia STYLE360 New York Fashion Week. The crowd was a mix of Olympic athletes, actors, singers and heavy fashion hitters. Prepare for a serious case of FOMO!
The streets of NYC have been compltely taken over by beautiful black women rocking bold lips and nails, sky-high 'fros, braids, and sleek straight styles during New York Fashion Week. We can't get enough of these trendy ladies!
Get into these super chic shoes, bags and sparkly baubles these beauties are rocking during this season of New York Fashion Week.
When fashion’s elite gather to preview the season’s designer must-haves, they are prepared to wow on the streets for the slew of street style photographers. Check out the editors, bloggers, stylists and models we captured on the streets of New York City.
Over Labor Day weekend, a lively crowd gathered to see their fave artists perform at The Budweiser Made in America Festival. From Rihanna to Chance The Rapper, see the most life giving performances that ended the summer music festival season with a bang.
Over Labor Day weekend, festival goers flooded the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia to rock out at the Budweiser Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. These carefree black girls killed it on the fashion front in ripped denim, off the shoulder tops and retro bombers. Check out all the looks here!.