With seemingly endless options each season in and around Harlem, it’s hard not to amass a collection of pumps in a rainbow of colors, or more than 10 pairs of black boots. Continue Reading →
You know those people who can mix and match different styles and prints, but always manage to look effortlessly put together? It’s truly an art,.
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A great two tone Harlem hoodie for the holidays with quality stitching, comfort and style, especially with this coming winter right around the corner. Continue Reading →
A rare hand collectible signed in black ink marker photograph by Harlem renaissance Harlem-based artist Jacob Lawrence from Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →
Pierre Hardy leather boots are great for a Harlem any Harlem weather and on top of that they a great throw back gear from Harlem style a la the 60’s and 70’s. Continue Reading →
These Manolo Blahnik’s are perfect for the Harlem woman if she is heading to the Harlem World Talks event with Clarence Reynolds, Ron Kavanaugh & Troy Johnson, The Annual Black Pack Book Party 2017 in these leather pumps with a skinny heel and sexy point toe, a self-covered 4″ heel and a leather upper.
Harlem style is timeless, which is why we love this classic design bicycle that’s always in style perfect for riding around enjoying your surroundings with this single-speed Cruiser. Continue Reading →
Back to the Roots is on a mission to Undo Food. In a college class, they learned mushrooms could grow entirely on spent coffee grounds. Continue Reading →
Amazon Echo is a hands-free speaker you control with your voice. Echo connects to the Alexa Voice Service to play music, provide information, news, sports scores, weather, and more—instantly. All you have to do is ask. Continue Reading →
When it comes to Timberland “Timbs” boots, there’s just no substitute for a sturdy, guaranteed waterproof boot to keep feet comfortable and dry, rain or shine and to have definitive Dapper Dan throwback 1980’s Harlem style. Continue Reading →
A great Harlem collectible signed by legendary Dorothy Maynor (founder of The Harlem School of the Arts) in (not so) dark pencil from an event on April 3rd, 1948 at Ohio Northern University. Continue Reading →