ICYMI: Pyer Moss F/W2021-2022 highlights black inventors who changed the world. What you need to know about his WAT U IZ show.
NIKE has dropped its Happy Pineapple collection featuring a very happy pineapple and vegan sneaker uppers using Pineapple “leather” Piñatex.
Our social tragedy has been reduced to a freakin’ Jibbitz charm with a donut sugar coated in pink glaze, sprinkles, witchy looking nails and a weird double branded campaign.
Our black dollar spending power ends up in the hands of non-blacks. Period. There is no circulation. There is no ecosystem. And therefore we cannot hold on the movement for more than a moment.
It is February 2021 and the sneaker industry pulls out all the stops for 28 (or 29) days celebrating Black History Month. Sneaker collectors are stacking up their boxes and reveling in the mound of inspiration and forward thinking.
The pandemic will accelerate trends that were in motion prior to the crisis, as shopping shifts to digital and consumers continue to champion fairness and social justice. BOF Well, it’s 2021. Is anyone excited yet? The capital was stormed this week and we may have a presidential voting conflict like many other countries around the …
Kerby Jean-Raymond, Creative Director of Reebok and Pyer Moss, talks to TJ Walker of Cross Colors in an historical Black Design Collective event.
Top shoe picks for fall 2020 collection as seen on levelshoes.com for the luxury shoe curious.
Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States.
Whether you’re an independent designer who has had their orders halted, or a freelance stylist unable to call in looks for an upcoming shoot – there’s an overwhelming question of what happens next? How do we move on from this?