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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(…)

Nikisha Brunson’s Feature on “ForHarriet.com”

Nikisha Brunson’s Feature on “ForHarriet.com”

Check out this amazing feature from ForHarriet.com “4 Black Woman-Produced YouTube Channels You Watch Now“. I’m honored to be amongst such amazing women!   When it comes to health, black women can often put their bodies on the back burner. From neglecting the gym and physical activity, to loading our bodies with sub-par nutrition. It’s(…)

Artist; Velicia Waymer

Artist; Velicia Waymer

Tell us where you are from, the early years of your childhood and what influenced your direction towards the arts? I was born and raised (for the most part) in Boston, MA. My mom was a professor of piano studies at The Boston Conservatory of Music. As a result any child of a professor could(…)

Cipriana Quann & TK Quann Grace The Cover of FGUK Magazine

Cipriana Quann & TK Quann Grace The Cover of FGUK Magazine

An exclusive sneak peek inside of London based music/fashion online publication; FGUK‘s (Fashion Glossary UK) first printed magazine, which includes a double cover female/male issue featuring my twin sister; TK Quann (aka TK Wonder) and I with male models ; Theio-Alexander Hakim Maddix, Terrance Miguel Hay, Diego Barrueco, Tomo Kurata, Jordan Goodenough and Oliver Smiles(…)

Designer Yvonne Koné

Designer Yvonne Koné

Tell us where you are from, the early years of your childhood and what influenced your direction towards Fashion?  I was born in Copenhagen. My mother is Danish, my father is African, born in the Ivory Coast but he moved to Paris to study when he was 22. That´s where he met my mother and(…)

New York Times: ‘A Conversation About Growing Up Black’

New York Times: ‘A Conversation About Growing Up Black’

Forewords words: TK Quann (aka TK Wonder)   “It’s kind of upsetting because we live in a world where my mom has to be afraid when I walk outside from the people who are meant to protect me.”     This quote is from a young black man featured in a short documentary, ‘A Conversation(…)