Apparently, Victoria's Secret got the memo that Black girls rock without all the enhancements, because this year’s runway was flooded with natural hair and melanin. After Maria Borges set the stage in 2015 wearing nothing but her natural, short, ‘fro, most of the other black angels decided to do the same!
If you thought Teyana Taylor wasn't woke AF, think again! The “Fade” dancer showed up to the White House in November while unapologetically channeling Angela Davis. Taylor’s dope burgundy fitted suit and super glam Afro weren’t too bad on the eyes and reminded everyone in the White House that Black Lives Matter.
Beyonce is always conscious when deciding what to perform for her fans during award shows, and this year's BET Awards were no exception. Bey performed her song “Freedom” with Kendrick Lamar and switched out her signature blonde curls for long, African-inspired box braids. Yas, Bey!
For her 2016 Superbowl appearance, Beyoncé complimented her signature beauty looks with a Michael Jackson inspired military jacket and fishnet tights.
The 2016 Olympics were filled with triumph for the US, but nothing felt better for black girls than to see the faces of Gabby Douglas, Simone Biles, and others battling for the gold in their natural textures.
The annual Black Girls Rock! celebration has become a welcomed tradition for African American women all over the world to celebrate their beauty. This year’s show brought out headliners like Rihanna, Amandla Stenberg and host Tracee Ellis Ross.
Lupita Nyong’o’s style reign has never let up, and she doesn’t seem to be disappointing us anytime soon! Nyungo floored the Tony Awards crowd with an off the shoulder Hugo Boss gown and her natural fro. The Queen of Katwe actress sure knows how to make that melanin pop; take notes lady.
If you thought Michelle Obama was leaving without a bang, think again! She stunned with in a Gucci embodied, off the shoulder holiday dress (and laid tresses) at the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony.
Angela Bassett may be pushing 60, but you would never know it! The 58-year-old Sunshine State actor flaunted her fit figure for the red carpet in a asymmetrical Safiyya gown that showcased her strong shoulders, while the bright orange color of the dress made her melanin (and perfect lob) the star of the show.