Archive | September, 2011

A Million Dollar Match with FOREVER FAITH

ABE CRUZ HAS “FOREVER FAITH” and is SHARING IT WITH THE WORLD       Abe Cruz is a middle class young American man who has slipped through the cracks during an economic recession, took desperate measures to survive and ended up in prison. He has risen from his ashes like the Phoenix, less than [...]

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From Vick-tim to Victory

   by Raynard Jackson  Michael Vick Last December, I wrote a column titled, “Michael Vick–From Vick-tim to Vick-tory.”  The premise of that piece was that Vick made poor decisions which ultimately caused him to serve time in a federal prison.  After leaving prison, his lifestyle suggested that he had truly turned his life around.  This [...]

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Black Designers Explode at NY Fashion Week 2011

Laura Smalls’ LWD (Little White Dress)Photo by Harriette Cole Now in her third season, thanks to a loving nudge from Andre Leon Talley, Laura Smalls shines with beautiful clothing for elegant women. One of her little white dresses (a trend for spring season) includes a fit-and-flare bodice and a delicate hood.                              b [...]

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CHOPPIN IT UP WITH THE CHEF

CHOPPIN IT UP WITH THE CHEF

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AFRICAN-INSPIRED SUNO’S 2012 COLLECTION NYFW

The Suno brand is no newbie when it comes to African-inspired collections and their Spring/Summer 2012 collection at NYFW is proof! What are are new to is the runway.Yes indeed! Suno designers’ Max Osterweis and Erin Beatty’s made their big debut on the runways of New York Fashion Week. The collection was an aesthetic blend of [...]

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On The Catwalk at NY Fashion Week 2011

  The Fashion Week Looks Everyone’s Talking About Source: cosmopolitan.com Just because you aren’t sitting front row at the shows doesn’t mean you should miss out on the inside style scoop. Here are the eight looks from the New York runways that we’re loving right now.         It was one of the [...]

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