Fashion

HBCU Fashion News and Commentary for all America’s one hundred and five Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

What You Missed At The 2nd Annual HBCU Fashion Battle

If you were not in the building for the 2nd Annual HBCU Fashion Battle, you missed out! Brought to by Models Inc., the event did not disappoint. From the...

HBCU Graduate, Deshauna Barber Named 2016 Miss USA

What an honor it was to have witnessed Miss District of Columbia, 26-year old Deshauna Barber, be crowned at this year's Miss USA pageant on June 5, 2016....

How fashion is actually just a bunch of math

“Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions.” – Coco Chanel They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder — but a good...

The ultimate Hair accessory trend for Summer 2011: Headwraps

Among all of the hair accessories trends for Spring/Summer 2011, the ultimate piece that adds creative edge and flair is the head wrap. Head wraps are a...

3 HBCU Alums Named To ‘The Black And Lit’ List By BET

One North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University alum, one Morehouse College alum and one Delaware State University alum has been named to "The Black and Lit List: 30...

Wrist Watch, Time Piece, Chronometer: Do You Own One?

I have noticed that the wrist watch has become the forgotten accessory for many. While a lot of people opt to use their mobile devices for checking...

HBCU Professor Is Teaching The First Ever English Course On Sneaker Culture In The...

Growing up as a kid having the latest sneakers out meant you probably was one of the cool kids, and you could only be part of the...

Teen Vogue Fashion University 2011

Last year, I was blessed with the amazing opportunity of being accepted into Teen Vogue’s Fashion University of 2010. Teen Vogue FashionU consists of a three day...

Fashion is an Art!

As college women from all over the world, we as Grambling State tigers came together with an assortment of unique styles. From tailored blazers and tights, to...

Stylish Buzz of the Week: Maya Barnes of Hampton University

Maya Barnes, a.k.a. “My” HBCU: Hampton University Classification: Senior Major: Broadcast Journalism Hometown: Prince George’s County, MD Lights! Camera! Fashion! That is what people think of when Maya Barnes walks into a...

The re-evolution of natural hair by Kristen Joy

The re-evolution of natural hair by Kristen Joy Since I’ve performed the “Big Chop” and transitioned into natural hair, I have noticed natural hair becoming a lot more...

The Quintessential Black Pump

An elegant pair of closed-toe black pumps should have been all college women’s gift list this past Christmas. These classic shoes, which seem to be a staple...

Karl Lagerfield for Macy’s by Kristen Joy

Since the release of information concerning the collaboration between Karl Lagerfield and Macy’s last November, more details have been revealed for the Karl Lagerfield for Impulse collection....

The Runway At Elizabeth City State University’s Homecoming Gets Serious

Elizabeth City State University is known for its Pre-Game and Pre-Dawn events during homecoming week. For the spring time, Viking Fest is a huge event that many young...

Morehouse Grad Sets New Fashion Trend

Anthony Moultry is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia and has his own collegiate apparel line. Moultry, who has a B.A. degree in Political Science from...

Top 20 Influential African Americans in the Fashion Industry

Fall is here. And so is New York Fashion Week. Sometimes lacking in the fashion spotlight are the African Americans who have been pioneers in this industry....

Former Aggie Is A Forbes List Successful Entrepreneur And Pioneer For Change

Olatorera Oniru is the 29 year old founder and CEO of Dressmeoutlet.com, an online African inspired fashion retailer. The business itself is under one year old and has...

W Magazine’s Fashion Spread: All Black Models And Natural Hair

The Root They’re gorgeous photos. Not that we’re depending on mainstream magazines to validate or show love to natural hair and chocolate-complexioned models, but W magazine did a great...

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