Diva Sara Lou Harris, Columbia Grad And The First Black Model To Be Featured In A National Ad Campaign

Sara Lou Harris was born in Wilkesboro, North Carolina in 1926 to a house painter and a cotton mill worker. Carter died December 16, 2016. Continue Reading →

Headed To Sunday Service, Harlem, NY 1950’s

Harlem women have always looked fabulous, with the help of Harlem designers like Anne Cole Lowe to Dapper Dan the young lady above headed to Sunday church service is a great example of Harlem style during the 1950’s. Continue Reading →

5 Members Of Harlem’s A$AP Mob’s Style Obsessions

A$AP Mob in the "RAF" video

Vogue reports that the fashion influence of A$AP Rocky and the rest of the A$AP Mob crew is well established by now. Continue Reading →

Jimmy Jazz To Relaunch Polo Ralph Lauren’s 1992 Stadium Collection In Harlem

XXLM reports that it’s been 25 years since Ralph Lauren introduced his famed 1992 Stadium Collection, and to celebrate its 25th anniversary, the widely respected designer is bringing the line into 2017. Continue Reading →

11-Year-Old Makes History At Harlem Front Row During NY Fashion Week 2017

CBS news reports that at just 11 years old, budding fashion designer Kheris Rogers took the fashion world by storm this past Sunday after unveiling her Flexin’ In My Complexion clothing line at the Museum of the City of New York with two different shows during New York Fashion Week. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Dapper Dan Headline Fashion Talk In Oxfordshire

The Business of Fashion is delighted to announce the first group of speakers at VOICES, BoF’s annual gathering for big thinkers with Harlem‘s Dapper Dan and others, which will take place from November 29 to December 1, 2017 in Oxfordshire. Continue Reading →

Young Boys Harlem Style, 1960’s (Photography)

A Harlem World Magazine favorite of the young Boy on 125th Street in 1960’s Harlem, New York by street photographer Robert Frank.

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CASSIUSLIFE Celebrates Maverick Millennials

iONE Digital’s provocative urban millennial lifestyle platform, CASSIUS , has launched a new issue of their monthly digital cover, THE NEW [FREE] STYLE GODS, a celebration of innovative, young social media super influencers who are disrupting the cultural and style landscape and re-inventing the rules. Continue Reading →

Manolo Blahnik’s Little Black Pumps

The Manolo Blahnik‘s stunning women’s black suede pumps are the perfect dress up shoes for a board meeting at Touro College or dress down for diner at Sette Pani in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Teyana Taylor Looking Fierce On The Latest Runways Around The World

Harper’s Bazaar reports that unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that Harlem‘s Teyana Taylor has been killing New York Fashion Week. Continue Reading →

Harlem Man Dapper Dan Designs For Gucci And Doesn’t Say Much Else

In May, Gucci elicited a wave of criticism after Harlem World Magazine reported that over a fur coat with puffy, logo-laden sleeves that unmistakably copied a jacket that the Harlem (see photo below) designer Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day had created for the Olympic runner Diane Dixon in 1989. Continue Reading →

The Fabulous Kanye Muse And Harlemite Teyana Taylor

Teyana Taylor ruled the catwalk as she closed GCDS‘s New York Fashion Week presentation on Friday in a crop top and logo briefs.  Continue Reading →

The Weeknd Announces Second Exclusive Collection At H&M

Today, the ever stylish Weeknd announced via Instagram that he is once again collaborating with H&M as an exclusive collection Continue Reading →

Miu Miu Leather Strapped High Heel Pink Shoes

These classic Miu Miu leather strapped high heel pink shoes were made for walking from 125th Street and back, and everything else that comes a Harlem woman’s way. Continue Reading →

Bernice Burgos’s Bold & Beautiful Sexy Sleepwear

Bernice Burgos1Bernice Burgos, one of the most acclaimed and recognized urban models in the entertainment industry announces the launch of Bold & Beautiful, a signature sleepwear collection featuring sporty and flirty styles for women from Harlem to Harare.  Continue Reading →