The Detroit-based designer is continuing her journey into sustainability with her latest Hope for Flowers collection.
Converse is supporting young creative and journalist Jordan Anderson’s MQBMBQ digital project in shedding a light on the Italian Black queer community.
Submissions are open now until Nov. 2.
The digital event on Sept. 27 marked the first step in a broader project supported by the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion Collective and CNMI.
“The Root” podcast is decolonizing the sustainable fashion agenda.
The pro bono program came out of Berry and her stylist expressing frustration with finding enough emerging BIPOC-founded brands to support.
There are currently 25 to 30 designers participating in the mentoring group founded by Bethann Hardison.
The Black-owned Topicals beauty brand targets chronic skin conditions, and amassed a wait list of 10,000 pre-launch.
Thirty-three First Nations designers and artists were nominated across six categories in the first National Indigenous Fashion Awards.
The Black designer discusses the challenges of growing a luxury business in an industry ruled by white decision-makers.
Stella Jean and Edward Buchanan sent letters to the main luxury brands asking for support to bring positive change in the Italian fashion industry.
Journalist and stylist Zadrian Smith in conversation with Black makeup artists Ashunta Sheriff-Kendricks, Sir John Barnett and Tasha Reiko Brown on how tracing our roots back to Africa, education, self-love and mental health are key to dismantling systems of oppression and discrimination.