The National Arts Club presents a conversation with Marcellas Reynolds, author of “Supreme Models: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion.” Reynolds discusses how Black models have been influencing fashion and pop culture for decades, reshaping the standards and boundaries of beauty. To watch the video on Youtube click here!
Here it is! I’m thrilled to share the cover of Supreme Actresses: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Hollywood, featuring the amazing Viola Davis. With a Foreword by the incredible Gabrielle Union, Supreme Actresses arrives in bookstores everywhere on October 12, 2021.
Last night I attended the finale of America’s Next Top Model Cycle Five. I’m a reluctant fan of the show. I believe the girls that become the second runner-up are the ones that should win. I am a fan of Elyse, Kahlen, Mercedes, Shandi, and Shannon. This season was all about Bre Scullark. Bre was like the girls I grew up with in Chicago. Fabulous, a touch ghetto, pretty, and oh so real. Whenever she was on screen, I was riveted. Though I didn’t see a win in Bre’s future, she made it to the final three. Robbed. Victory snatched from her grasp. I love how she kept it real until the very end. When she lost, the heels came off, and the glasses went back on. You must never forget in your travels who you are. She did not. Tonight my mission was to meet her. I did, and she was just as I hoped she would be. Sublime.
FASHION GONE ROGUE has long been one of my favorite blogs. Imagine my absolute glee when I was asked to do an interview for them? Click HERE to read my interview and see a gallery of the world’s most beautiful women within the pages of Supreme Models: Iconic Black Women Who Revolutionized Fashion.
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