The e-comm destination for celebrity-, athlete- and tastemaker-led brands is home to 15 brands from The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa and Daniel Patrick.
Staple Pigeon and Dim Mak are among a few brands to produce products with proceeds supporting organizations fighting anti-Asian violence.
The campaign featuring McNally and nine Black women leaders of all identities supports Black Women Radicals’ School for Black Feminist Politics.
“This is the official West Coast sneaker for the new generation,” YG said of the sneaker.
The show on April 9 will feature seven finalists each receiving $10,000 grants and a 10-week incubation program.
The brand teamed with seven former NCAA athletes who became artists, founders and more to dissolve Black male stereotypes.
While some brands had launches prepared for this year, a few had to prepare for the annual game with a shorter lead time.
The 3,300-square-foot store at 119 NE 41st Street is the brand’s second U.S. retail location.
The former P&G, Coca-Cola and Revlon executive sets his sights on the underserved men’s hair color market.
The brand’s latest collection, Free Fall, includes kids’ and women’s offerings, launching today and on March 16.
Bvlgari's Jean-Christophe Babin describes diversity and inclusion as an ethos embedded into the renowned brand.