Yeah, yeah... we know Meghan Markle isn’t ever going to be Queen of England. But that hasn’t stopped the most-watched member of the British royal family from getting the royal treatment—most recently, from Queen Bey, as part of Wednesday night’s Brit Awards.
Are we ready to call a do-over on Black History Month yet? Because honestly, I can’t remember a month more plagued with shenanigans, false starts, bait-and-switches and outright WTF-ery since about ... November of 2016.
Love Serena? Love Poshmark? Well, consignment lovers, your day just got made, because the fashion-loving Serena Williams just joined the social commerce marketplace’s board of directors—and has placed some of her designer goods up for sale!
She may be a British royal now, but Meghan Markle still loves a good, old-fashioned girls’ trip. Ahead of the birth of her first child, the Duchess wasn’t going to miss out on a chance to celebrate with her American girl squad.
It’s one of the smaller ceremonies of awards season, but there was big talent recognized on Tuesday night at the 21st annual Costume Designers Guild Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
They say there’s no such thing as bad press. Clearly, Burberry creative director Riccardo Tisci subscribes to that theory, since his latest move made Prada and Gucci’s recent racial gaffes look like child’s play.
You know how we’re always asking white people to gather their own folks if they want to address and end racism? We’re going to stop asking now because some of you are simply incapable of not centering yourselves in any and every instance, and therefore can’t be trusted with the responsibility of assisting with the…
The New York City Commission on Human Rights is taking a major step in ensuring that none of the city’s residents are victims of hair bias. This week, the commission is releasing new guidelines that equate discrimination against any hairstyle within a workplace, school or public space with racial discrimination.
Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, one of the most recognizable faces in fashion (and at times, one of the more controversial) has died. He was reported to be 85 years old.
I know, I know... I stood you up for Valentine’s Day. But will you forgive me if I strip down?
Lord, let me find somebody who loves me like Drake loves Drake.
Just prior to the release of its Spring Fashion Issue, Vogue Brazil suddenly finds itself without a style editor, as Donata Meirelles found out the hard way that using black people as props in a nod to the glorious history of colonization isn’t so chic in 2019.
As the fashion world recovers from the biannual marathon that is New York Fashion Week (and moves on to London Fashion Week), we’re finally able to pause and reflect on the many hits, misses and coming trends we’ll see in stores come fall.
We have a minor “hot or not” debate going on in The Root’s Slack as I write this, sparked by the latest gesture of love from Kanye West to wife Kim Kardashian West.
Alana Devich had been quietly intrigued with Malkia Cyril since the mid-1990s. Nearly 20 years later, she answered his text request for a date with what she called her “best line ever.”
What are we doing this Valentine’s Day? Well, in lieu of any more enticing prospects, we’re apparently living vicariously through others, as we do some light Instagram-stalking to see how a few celebs are celebrating the so-called “Day of Love.”
Fun fact: Regina King’s name literally translates to “Queen King,” Regina meaning “queen” in Latin. In case you think you think that’s a coincidence, her sister Reina’s name translates to the same, albeit in Spanish—and the two share a production company called Royal Ties. (Another fun fact: Rihanna is a derivation of…
Up until last year, I had three pairs of bras in my regular rotation—none of which fit very well. My favorite one, a purple demi bra with a wide band, had become warped by years of laundry cycles. There was a t-shirt bra, ordered online, which thankfully managed to stretch along with me as my metabolism slowed in my…
I’m in the mood for love... simply because it’s Black-Owned Beauty Month! Apparently, this whole Valentine’s Day thing is contagious (or communicable, depending on who you ask), because I found myself wanting to remix a romantic look I saw on the Rodarte runway this Fashion Week.
Kiss is trying to help you accentuate your slay all 2019. Debuting new designs at several New York Fashion Week shows, the drugstore favorite recently dropped their newest lines of luxe artificial lashes and nails at a “see now, buy now” presentation in New York City—because they know we need it now.