Vans’ storied history, and America’s connection with skate (on a board) and surf culture, began in 1966 Southern California with the rolling out of a single pair of shoes. They were named Authentic. In the generations since, they have only gotten more popular amongst hardcore skaters, celebs and style enthusiasts from Harlem to Harare.
Street-style fashions on day two of New York Fashion Week, from oversized mens dress shirts, cool hand and shoulder bags, to muted and afro-centric bright color patterned prints, and of course big hair and small hair – it’s all good. Continue Reading →
What time is it? It’s time for you to stop checking your cell phone and get a proper watch. Here’s our take on a timeless timepiece.
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Whether flying halfway across the globe or driving an hour for a quick weekend getaway, packing is an unavoidable chore. Continue Reading →
We love this timeless photograph taken by luxury fashion designer Cristobol Balenciaga of a Harlem man with Harlem style impeccably dressed strolling on a Harlem street during the 1940’s. Continue Reading →
We love this Valentino Camouflage Backpack perfect for checking out President Clinton Speaks At Harlem Church or the awards ceremony for the Harlem YMCA Volunteers And Youth Volunteers Of The Year Awards. Continue Reading →
The time has come to trade in black winter booties for a white hot – work and board room appropriate white heels to be the best dressed for success in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Ophelia DeVore was the first creole-mixed model in the United States. She was born on August 12, 1922 in Edgefield, South Carolina. Continue Reading →