As the world continues to eat up Rihanna and A$AP Rocky bun in the oven, here’s another thing to add to the list. THE LOOKS. Riri continues to be a material girl, did you think being preggo was going to stop that? Come on, you should know better.

Looks like Rapper Nelly is trying to bring back a old trend! Nelly is thinking about bringing back the famous clothing line Apple Bottoms. Here’s what he put on his Instagram: Defintily bringing back  the 2003 vibes! Source:


Its Fashion Week In Paris and one outfit that’s turning heads (you can be the judge yourself) Cardi B. I’m here for the risk takers. The only type of people that turn the nob and heat things up!!  

It’s that time of year where the season is changing, even though it’s still hot outside in Indy. Nevertheless, Fall is here and that means one thing, FALL FASHION!!! Definitely my favorite time of the year when it comes to fashion. All the colors, denim, joggers, hoodies, you name it, I got it. Here’s some […]

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Since dropping his mega hit “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X has been making a lot of noise on Hip Hop & Country charts alike. Although not everyone agrees that his rendition of the song, first made popular by country star Billy Ray Cyrus, is actually a country song. As if that wasn’t enough to rattle […]


While we all patiently wait for new music from Riri (at this point who knows when that will happen) the Bad Gal is still making history. She is the FIRST woman of any shade of brown to create a luxury fashion brand with Louis Vuitton. Louis Vuitton shared the news early this morning on IG […]

Prince‘s style is unlike any other. He challenged the norms of masculinity and inspired others to tap into their style regardless of gender. See the Purple Rain singers’ most stylish moments.

Keeping up with the Queen of Cultural Appropriation is getting tiring.

This breathtaking black and white shoot shows you what happens when you bring together a wonderful team.

"I was so invested in the visual storytelling, of wanting to see black men and women in the way that I see them every day, which is powerful but graceful but also vulnerable and also regal and stately."

It's been 15 years since her debut album and she's still slaying in style.