Style & Fashion

Today (May 2), the Tribeca Festival announced the actors, performers, artists, and entertainers that will headline its' Talks & Reunion series which begins June 8. Click inside to learn more.

Converse Honors Black Legacies With “It’s Possible” Collection Since April is Black Women’s History Month, it’s only right we shine a spotlight on creative ideas and movements by women representing the culture. This week, Converse introduced the “It’s Possible” Collection honoring Black legacies and celebrating Black stories. Joined by Marissa Bynoe and product merchandiser Javon […]

No word on when the film will go into production or who'll be tackling the role of a young Michael Jordan (that's what we really wanna know), but it will be interesting to see who'll the casting directors settle on when the time comes. Hopefully they don't white wash that role (we kid we kid).

One of the most anticipated drops is almost upon us. The Telfasr x Eastpark collection has been unveiled to the public. As per High Snobiety the two accessory brands originally announced the collaboration back in March but in a very secret manner, even more veiled than your typical teaser. “We couldn’t wait any longer….so here it is… […]

Featuring an off white base with Dodger blue overlays, the Dunks boasts some pretty dope details including Jackie's number "42" stitched on the heels along with the message "75 Years Breaking Barriers” on the tongue tab.

'A Moment In Time,' a new mini documentary presented by famed flashmob Black Menswear and luxury hat brand Wear Brims, dives into the historic significance that brim hats specifically have meant to Black men throughout history as they launch a new limited edition collaboration.

Polo Ralph Lauren has created some conversation amongst the HBCU Community in their latest release involving Spelman College and Morehouse College. James Jeter is the man who is largely responsible for the new collection.

The colorways are pretty dope and they look comfortable as can be.

What's worse is that if Nike's move proves to be an immensely profitable one, how long before Adidas, Puma, and yes, Crocs follow suit?