Keisha P. Crabtree

The Black In Fashion Council will spotlight 16 designers during NYFW

New York Fashion Week is set to kick off this weekend – and will, for the second season running, see a number of minority fashion designers profiled through a partnership with IMG Models and the Black In Fashion Council.

Following a successful collaboration last season, the two organisations have teamed up again on a four-day showroom, which will spotlight the work of 16 designers.

The showroom is a much larger space than was seen last September, which profiled four brands. The designers featured this season include; House of Aama, Edas, Marrisa Wilson, Third Crown, Beads Byaree, Chelsea Paris, Chuks Collins, Kendra DuPlantier, Whensmokeclears, Michel Men, Lola Ade, Nicole Benfield, Nicole Shante, Come Back as a Flower, Label by Three and Local European.

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Woman who styled hair with Gorilla Glue reportedly considering lawsuit after hospital visit

She’s thinking about stickin’ it to the glue manufacturer.

Tessica Brown, the Louisiana woman who styled her hair with Gorilla Glue and later sought medical treatment for her hardened head of hair, may soon file a lawsuit against the makers of the product, according to a new report.

Brown had originally shared her story last week, in a TikTok video viewed nearly 21 million times as of Tuesday morning. In it, she admitted to using Gorilla Glue spray adhesive on her head, after running out of her preferred brand of hairspray.

Brown alleged that she

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Ocado sales boosted by huge take-up of online shopping during the pandemic

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EV Company With Almost No Revenue Posts 3,000% Gain in 8 Months

(Bloomberg) — There is nothing about the finances of Blink Charging Co. that would suggest it’s one of the hottest stocks in America.It’s never posted an annual profit in its 11-year history; it warned last year it could go bankrupt; it’s losing market share, pulls in anemic revenue and has churned through management in recent years.And yet a hot stock it is. Investors have bid Blink’s share price up 3,000% over the past eight months. Only seven stocks — out of about 2,700 that are worth at least $1 billion — have risen more over that time. The reason: Blink is a green-energy company, an owner and operator of charging stations that power up electric vehicles. And if investors are certain of one thing in the mania that is sweeping through financial markets, it is that green

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The Spring Trend Fashion Girls Are Wearing Instead of Leggings

If there’s anything last year taught us, it’s that loungewear isn’t going anywhere. During a time where comfortable clothing is being more prioritized than ever before, fashion girls have naturally been searching for ways to make casual and cozy pieces feel as forward as possible. Leggings are usually on the forefront of most loungewear wardrobes, but this spring, It girls have officially proven that there’s a new style in town that’s not quite a legging, not quite a bodysuit, but a trendy new hybrid. We’re not sure if we should be calling them bodysuits with shorts, tight rompers, or playsuits, but hopefully, by listing all three, you’ll get a solid picture of the kinds of onesies we’re talking about here.

These fitted rompers feel as though you’re living in leggings, but the styling opportunities are ten times more exciting. So far, fashion girls have either been wearing them alone with

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