While we were hanging out in Harlem, as part of the Apple In-Store Initiative, VP Recording artist Christopher Martin did a live Q&A session and performance at the Apple Store in Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday May 20th, 2017. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday night a bevy of journalists and influencers flocked to New York City’s Bathhouse Studios in NYC’s Lower East Side to celebrate the launch of FUJIFILM’s newest most innovative camera yet – the INSTAX Square SQ10. Continue Reading →
It’s not fair (and neither is life), because of the all the glamorous and fabulous celebs at the Oscars tonight, but we curated the best of what was on the red carpet who had fantastic sexy, timeless and attitude – that is Harlem style.
For eight years, she has been the First Lady of Fitness, the First Lady of Shoulders, and above all the fabulous First Lady of Style. Continue Reading →
Singer, G.O.O.D. Music signee, dancer, and star of Kanye West’s “Fade” video Harlem lady Teyana Taylor buzzed around New York Fashion Week 2016, appearing in the front row at VFiles, Baja East, Hood By Air, DKNY, and Vera Wang — as well as walking in Kanye West’s instantly notorious Yeezy Season 4 show. Continue Reading →
Meet Solé Bicycles—a bike shop run by five college buddies/bicycle dudes in Venice Beach, California with Harlem style and design in mind. Continue Reading →
How can you chill in Harlem style when you’re in Westchester? Check out NoMa Social. NoMa Social, is Westchester, New York’s hottest restaurant, bar, and lounge, that has quite a slew of celebrity fans. Continue Reading →
Classic Sperry Top-Sider women’s mariner quality core fashion sneaker for that Harlem woman with Harlem style from the rowing culture at the turn of the century, a fabulous wardrobe staple.
At his last menswear show in January 2016, J.W.Anderson combined playful social media, gender-neutral dressing (silk pyjamas, Björk hair and chokers) and pre-web style designs (cartoon snails). Continue Reading →
Jordan Brand has been revamping the Air Jordan 1 Low as of late by adding the OG ‘Nike Air’ branding on the tongue and bringing back a number of original colorways to the low-top. Continue Reading →