An Exclusive Interview with Breakout Pop Musician & Prominent LGBTQ+ Ally, Azra

Mellifluous troupes and unsurpassed virtuosi manifest from the soot of the bygone and hackneyed infernos of their predecessors in a circadian rhythm, and the lion’s share of musical aficionados will aver that this “circle of life” is the genesis of production and its momentousness.  In Read More …

WestBankStyle48: Habbiyyieh and Shuman’s Fashion Statements For The Justice Of Palestine

Politics and fashion are always a controversial conversational combination. Making political statements with fashion are always a hit or miss for the audience. From Rebecca Minkoff’s Spring 2017 runway featuring women empowerment and feminism statements in response to the inauguration of elected president, Donald Trump, Read More …

Why The Girl Next Door Should Inspire You: Arianna Pomares

When one is asked who their idol is, instantly, a replay of every celebrity ever known flashes through one’s eyes. It’s easy to forget that the true inspiring women are the one’s closest to us; whether it’s a mother, an aunt, or even a friend, Read More …

Meet Victoria, Susana, and Carolina: Inventors of the Straw That Prevents Sexual Assault

Victoria Roca, Susana Capello, and Carolina Baigorri are a trio of ostensible “normalcy” with regards to teenage-hood and their conventional high school attendance at Guillver Preparatory School in Miami, Florida.  Howbeit, in the wake of their enrollment in a curriculum encompassing entrepreneurship, the triad medalled Read More …

Meet Veronika Scott: The Evolutionary Fashion Designer

Born on June 27, 1990, Veronika Scott grew up in a suburb of Detroit, MI, so it was no surprise when she chose to attend the College of Creative Studies (CCS) in the same city. Scott decided to pursue a degree in Product Design, and in 2010, Read More …

#GirlBoss: Sharmadean Reid Of WAH Nails

Sharmadean Reid MBE is the founder and CEO of WAH Nails, a beauty empire based in London. WAH started in 2005 as a zine focusing on street culture and feminism. It then developed into a blog and WAH power lunches; an opportunity for women to Read More …

Gina Rodriguez: Latina, Brown, And Thriving

“I am not defined by the fact that my parents speak Spanish or that my skin color is brown. I’m defined by my character, and my character is a strong woman that’s independent, that’s following her dreams, that wants love, that wants a family, that Read More …