Posts in identity
Five Things you Didn't Know about "It" Girl, Adwoa Aboah

Ghanaian British model, Adwoa Aboah, is undoubtedly making waves in the fashion industry. From the abundance of high-profile catwalk show appearances during September 2017 Fashion week to her array of magazine features. We list five things that may surprise you about our latest girl crush.

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Reflekt Muse: Franz Szony

Elegant, poised, and infinitely inspiring. Franz welcomes us into his Swarovski encrusted world and regales us with tales from his Reno childhood running around the casino hotel his father managed to his peculiar photography process of combining old and new school techniques. Enthrall yourself into the glitz and glamour that is so apparent in his amazing photography work and gorgeous personal style. 

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Music Video Premiere Featuring The Uhuruverse+Niko Suki+Dove A.

Here's the collaboration we've been raving about, BASIC A$$ FAKE WHITE BYTCH by music artists The Uhuruverse, Niko Suki, and Dove A. It's a multi-media masterpiece that serves us the Black Lives Matter message with our Starbucks coffee, which we can't help but spit out in laughter in its wake. Wipe off your screen and turn up the volume.

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Subculture: ASCO. The 70's Chicano Art Movement

All started by Henry Gamboa Jr. with his partners in crime, Gronk, Willie Herron and Patssi Valdez who all attended Garfield High School in East Los Angeles.  ASCO became the first to ever exhibit Chicano art at the very famous LACMA. This all started when ASCO found out that not a single Chicano or Mexican artist had no display of their art in any of LACMA's exhibits.

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Dreadlocks: A Hairstyle or does it mean something?

There's been a lot of conflict with the hairstyle like who is able to wear the style? Is it a negative style? So this got me wondering, what's the history behind dreadlocks? And why can't it be a hairstyle that is both a artistic expression, an appropriate grooming choice, or just a simply accepted hairstyle.

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INTERVIEW: New York Fashion Week Debut WE ARE MORTALS at Dapper Q

Continuing with the idea of gender-free fashion, I went with the idea of fluidity and took my inspiration from dance. I used to study dance and just really love the art form, so for WE ARE MORTALS I've tried to collaborate with dancers a lot.

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