Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view more photos. Images from the ‘Back To Blue’ Campaign from Gap
After 7 weeks of running 5-6 days a week I reached my new goal last Friday of 3 miles in 30 minutes, and I have to brush my shoulders off because I am not the biggest fan of running, in fact I use to hate running, I just didn’t really get it…running just to run…(…)
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ for additional photos and interview. Tell us your name and where you are from? My name is GG Renee, but you can call me GG. I live in Silver Spring, MD. How long have you been natural? It’s been four years. I got my last(…)
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view video. ”It doesn’t matter how many people try to ruffle your feathers or throw dirt in your face. The most important thing is to live out the kind of soul that you genuinely are. The problem is, a lot of people mistake kindness for weakness. It makes me sad(…)
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view video. Hey UBB fam just wanted to share a special GAP campaign I am apart of called “Back to Blue”. What makes this campaign so special is the focal point is all about being comfortable in your own skin and that our diversity is really a common thread connecting(…)
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view video. Visual Artist, Shantell Martin opens up with i-D online on her work and inspirations in this conversational video.
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view photos. Writer LaParis Hawkins tackles the controversial idea that natural hair only works for certain women on Ebony.com. via: Ebony.com Over the past five years, the natural hair revolution has become an incredible movement. We’ve come together as a community, sharing style tips and product advice as(…)
Click Read More + Comment for more photos. As I was rifling through some old pictures I realized I forgot to share some random street style photos from last year during fashion week but looking at this photo reminded me of what I really wanted to talk about which is the “standard” size. This deep(…)
Click ‘Read More + Comment’ to view video. Singer/DJ, Kilo Kish talks hair with Vogue, and the “rebirth of her natural self” that sparked the decision to go natural.
My husband Carl and I decided to take a trip to Austin, Texas after a year of prayer and extensive research on where we wanted to buy our first home and plant roots. My husband has lived all over the U.S. while I have only known Brooklyn, New York to be my home the last(…)