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Taraji P. Henson | Covers W Magazine

Taraji P. Henson | Covers W Magazine

In truth, there is no Empire without Henson. From the first episode, where Cookie emerges from a 17-year prison stint in a three-quarter-length white fur coat over a skintight jaguar-print mini, she is instantly riveting. Lynn Hirschberg | W Magazine Fresh off a juggernaut of a premiere season, Taraji P […]

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Superhero Slate

Superhero Slate

It is no secret that superhero helmed movies are a big draw at the box office. Outside of reboots, there isn’t another sure shot for film studios. Take into consideration that before Jurassic World bowed, Avengers had the record for fastest movie to get to a billion dollars. It’s a […]

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Malaika Firth | Fresh Faces

Malaika Firth | Fresh Faces

This girl is a winner. What can immediately be gleamed with a glance is her doe eyes and pouty lips. Aside from the pretty face, there is an uplifting quality to her. At 21, she’s managed to navigate the pitfalls of the fashion industry with her idealistic nature fully intact. […]

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Detroit | Selling Art to Pay Debt

Detroit | Selling Art to Pay Debt

In what can only be described as a sad and desperate state of affairs, Detroit is seriously considering selling some of its valuable artwork in order to help pay down its enormous debts. It’s a very small shot in the dark in hopes to overcome it’s battle with bankruptcy. But […]

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Alexa Meade | Multi-Dimensional Painter

Alexa Meade | Multi-Dimensional Painter

Art is subjective. What one deems a masterpiece, another can just as easily dismiss as trite. I think the lines blur  when the process used to create a piece can be easily reproduced by a novice. Even though, there is thought and theory that buoy the artist’s work, to the […]

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David Gandy | The Model

David Gandy | The Model

If there is one guy who consistently pops up in my Pinterest feed for men’s style, it’s David Gandy. In an industry dominated by skinny models, Gandy’s muscular build caused some menswear fashion designers to move to a more masculine standard.[5] The increase in his popularity and name recognition resulted in a broad portfolio of […]

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Daphne Groeneveld | Fresh Faces

Daphne Groeneveld | Fresh Faces

The characteristics of an American icon is very boilerplate. If you heard blond hair blue eyes, you’d just as easily picture a number of beauties past and present. Each sharing a likeness that would immediately make them classic, familiar. What it wouldn’t do is make them distinctive from one another. […]

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Modern art + style Giveaway | Style Gift Bag Winner

Modern art + style Giveaway | Style Gift Bag Winner

So after many delays, deliberations and detours, I’ve finally had time to sit down with JT and get her pick for the style bag. And the winner is: Kristin B.! Yea! Congrats! You did it! So there’s a gift card to Zara and another one to Sephora on the way […]

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Coachella + The Lumineers

Coachella + The Lumineers

Spread out over two long weekends (April 12th-14th and April 19th-21st) the festival brought some of the most compelling rock, pop, hip hop and electronic music from around the world to play for fans willing to make the music lovers’ Hajj to Indio, California. The festival was marked with surprise […]

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Drew Stephenson | Fresh Faces

Drew Stephenson | Fresh Faces

Brooklyn, NY native Andrew Stephenson has been attracted to the arts since a very young age. At the age of 7 Drew found himself playing the trumpet, never realizing that he would eventually venture into playing the piano, french horn, and drums. At the age of 22 Drew was approached by an […]

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Beyonce + H + M

Beyonce + H + M

The music industry just isn’t pulling in the money that it used to. First there was bootlegging, though the damage it wrought was negligible at best. But then came Napster, then KaZaa, Morpheus, Limewire, etc. iTunes and Amazon stepped in and helped counteract all the illegal downloads a bit with […]

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Joan Smalls | The Color of Fashion

Joan Smalls | The Color of Fashion

I’ve noticed her. You’ve noticed her. For me, it was gradual. I thought something to the effect of “Hey look a new model of color”. That’s what made her notable. I mean, everything else about her rang familiar–beautiful, thin, tall–all traits of typically viable commercial models. Though, her features were […]

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Jenisa Young | Anatomy of a Shoot

Model: Jenisa Photographer: Darnell Wilburn Makeup: D'anna Hair: K. Logan

Behind the Lens I thought it might be fun to dissect a photoshoot, detailing some of the things that goes into making a beautiful image. This is a brief insight into one of my recent shoots. I thought it’d be cool if you got to see how each individual member […]

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PSY’s Such a Gentleman

PSY’s Such a Gentleman

KPop’s biggest contribution to the world, PSY, just released Gentleman, his long awaited/ highly anticipated follow up to the billion plus viewed Gangnam Style video. Gentleman dropped a couple days ago and it’s already at 81 million views. Visually, it’s very much an extension of the original viral hit. non-sequential […]

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David Agenjo | Painter

David Agenjo | Painter

Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment. Claude Monet David Agenjo‘s work could be considered modern impressionism. His penchant for using a cool color palette appears deliberate. It creates a distance between the subject, which is often human, and the viewer. As a result, it’s almost voyeuristic. You experience these people […]

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