Home Archive for January 2016
In a short 4 minutes, comedian Kyle Cease delivers an important message. Please consider giving it a watch to unlock your full potential in this life.
In the January 2016 issue of Kode Magazine, Zendaya, Kat Graham, Aja Naomi King, Kiersey Clemons, Yara Shahid & Saraya discuss being a young black woman in Hollywood. Serve ladies! (YBF)
New York City Restaurant Week, Winter 2016 edition officially starts Monday, January 18. Meals at some of NYC's most coveted restaurants are prix fixe with lunch starting at $25 and dinner at $38. It lasts until February 5 and most locations have already provided the menus on the official site. This time, if you use the hashtag #NYCRestaurantWeek on your IG picture, you get a chance to win a $50 gift card to select restaurants. Happy eating. :) (NYC Go)
Nothing gets me more excited than a gown. So naturally I gawk at every red carpet I possibly can (and I live for it every time!) Here are a few of my favorite looks from this year's Golden Globes red carpet.
|Zendaya in Marchesa|
|Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Altelier Versace|
|J.Lo in Giambattista Valli|
|Taraji in Stella McCartney|
|Jenna Dewan-tatum in Zuhair Murad / Jada Pinkett-Smith in Versace|
In the February 2016 issue of Teen Vogue, Amandla Stenberg is interviewed by none other than the fabulous Solange Knowles. The two "nonconforming black girls" discuss race, hair and black girl magic.
Solo writes: "Our conversation quickly reveals that Amandla knows it all too well: “I think that as a black girl you grow up internalizing all these messages that say you shouldn’t accept your hair or your skin tone or your natural features, or that you shouldn’t have a voice, or that you aren’t smart,” she says. “I feel like the only way to fight that is to just be yourself on the most genuine level and to connect with other black girls who are awakening and realizing that they’ve been trying to conform."
That excerpt alone is so relatable, important and only the tip of the iceberg. This issue is a must buy for girls young and old alike. Read more.. (Teen Vogue)
|Images via TeenVogue|