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Man Repeller Austin Closet: Nikisha Brunson

Man Repeller Austin Closet: Nikisha Brunson

I’m so excited to share my Closet for Manrepeller.   Written by Amelia Diamond   Urban Bush Babes co-founder and editor-in-chief, Nikisha Brunson has the kind of laid-back style that turns the phrase “getting dressed” into “being dressed,” if that makes any sense. Her seven-day-wardrobe is a blend of easy pieces and muted tones, jumpsuits(…)

Urban Bush Babes Nominated for the 2016 Shorty Awards

Urban Bush Babes Nominated for the 2016 Shorty Awards

via: Shorty Awards Photographer: Rebecca Miller     The Shorty Awards honor the best of social media by recognizing the influencers, brands and organizations on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine and more. Past winners include Michelle Obama, NASA, Jimmy Fallon, Questlove, Tyler Oakley, Conan O’Brian, Hannibal Buress, Malala Yousafzai, Lorde, Taylor Swift Susan(…)

The New Generation: Lindsay Twins (PT 2)

The New Generation: Lindsay Twins (PT 2)

Beautiful, intelligent, gifted, what else is there left to say regarding twelve-year-old Trinidadian twin dancers; Imani and Nia Lindsay…well quite a bit. One being these young girls are wise beyond their years. Not wise in a archetypal Hollywood child actor who is ten going on forty type of way. Wise in a way that their(…)

Brock Elbank: ‘Freckles’

Brock Elbank: ‘Freckles’

“They look different and unfortunately many folk struggle with ‘different’, which is a shame in society. Personally I love different, it’s what keeps me going on subject matter.” -Brock Elbank (quote: dazeddigital.com)   London Photographer; Brock Elbank‘s breath-taking series titled ‘Freckles’, shows a bold but stunningly beautiful look at just that.     To be(…)

The Lindsay Twins (PT 1)

The Lindsay Twins (PT 1)

Meet twelve-year-old twin dancers Nia and Imani Lindsay from Toronto Canada. These incredibly talented and stunning Trinidadian beauties are immersed in all things dance from Russian ballet and Pointe to Jazz Contemporary, Tap, Hip Hop and even rhythmic gymnastics. The way they move appears ostensibly innate however one cannot negate the years of hard work(…)