BLACK FASHION

A collection of images rarely seen in the media. A platform for people of color to showcase their fantastic, irreverent, classic and bold fashion éclat.

lovelyandbrown:

Strolling - Cecile Emeke

This is a strolling episode, part of the short documentary film series where I go on a stroll with people and talk about various issues affecting young people, namely young black women.

(via negresse-intensa)

Ackee & Saltfish (Trailer) - Cecile Emeke



Watch this hilarious short film trailer! On a unusually sunny Sunday in East London, two best friends, Olivia and Rachel, go to pick up takeaway food after Rachel forgets to soak the saltfish.



afroklectic:

VOGUE: Lupita talks about her love for hair whilst she braids the hair of six friends.

(via sunflowerlioness)

"BLUE IVY HAIR PETITION"-@Rahdigital

ALAN T FROM QUEENS NEW YORK!

BRINGING YOU AN AWESOME ART VIDEO

Song : https://soundcloud.com/alantmusic/alan-t-you-got-that-ft-charles-reddick-donprestle-prod-by-alan-t
Song Download : http://goo.gl/vk59vp 

VIDEO MODEL: Virginia (Virginiawashington21218@gmail.com) (instagram - http://instagram.com/villawase )

(Source: lee-square, via reciprocal)

Popcorn & Skittles. 

 by @JahDaGap

crissle:

i really love drake

starting to love him

LOLAWOLF - Jimmy Franco (Official Video ft. A$AP Rocky)
Lolawolf is Zoë Kravitz, Jimmy Giannopoulos and James Levy.

beautifulhatred:

sara-bellissimo:

damnlittlebam:

livelaughloveatrandom:

When girls get compliments

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😂😂😂😳

SHADE

(via whatisthat-velvet)

T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle Cosby Show tribute

karmaloop:

We’re Back w/ our favorite series “WE POPPIN” SXSW Edition !

Gitoo & The Karmaloop Media Crew Stormed the Streets Of Austin Seeing Who Has The Answers to his Hillarious Questions as he hands out free gear from Karmaloop.com!

Three artist you’ll kill to get Aaliyah back:
Lilly Allen, Justin Beiber & Katy Perry

sydbelle:

Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace - SXSW 2014

"Famous for his vibrant reinterpretations of classical portraits featuring African-American men, New York-based painter Kehinde Wiley has turned the practice of portraiture on its head and in the process has taken the art world by storm.


Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace follows the artist as he steps out of his comfort zone to create a series of paintings of women for the first time. Kehinde casts his models on the streets of New York and then enlists Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy to create couture gowns for each woman. The film traces the artist’s process from concept to canvas as he reveals to us another side of black femininity.”

(via prettymilitant)

African Inspired Show BTS Shoot w/ Eva Marcille

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