Thylane Blondeau, the ‘most beautiful girl in the world,’ turns heads in black lingerie at Paris Fashion Week

Thylane Blondeau is gushing over her recent appearance at Paris Fashion Week.

The 20-year-old model donned black lingerie during the Etam Live Show on Monday. Blondeau, who has been named the “most beautiful girl in the world,” accessorized with black heels adorned with feathers.

Blondeau wore her hair in a natural wave and donned a toned-down makeup look.


French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. <span class="copyright">Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images</span>

French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images

“Wowwww,” Blondeau captioned a series of photos from the event on her Instagram. “Thank you so much @etam for having me walking this incredible show !!! Had so much fun . Thank you @sagliogeraldine @cococasting forever grateful.”

“Thank u everyone for ur sweet messages,” she added.

Blondeau has been named the “most

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Meet The 4 Black Designers Previewing New Collections On The ESSENCE Fashion House Runway

The return of ESSENCE Fashion House is just days away and we’ve got so much in store as we prepare to bring you a glorious celebration of all things Black fashion like no other.

In addition to thought-provoking conversations and a showroom full of apparel and accessories from Black-owned brands to shop, four talented Black designers will be on hand to preview their latest collections on the runway. Keep scrolling to get familiar with Eclecticist designer Dani O, Arc of Andre designer Andre Moses, LAVNTG designer Megan Carter and Graycale Designer B.J. Gray.

Eclecticist designer Dani O is making quite the name for herself as a fearlessly talented creative with a knack for fun, flirty, flowy designs that effortlessly combine bold prints with signature fabrics that result in looks perfect for the chic fashionista who loves a little flair. We can’t wait to see what she sends down

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Dolly Monroe Academy: Tampa woman celebrates Black Business Month

TAMPA, Fla. — As we wrap up National Black Business Month, we wanted to highlight a local business that is celebrating huge success. The Dolly Monroe Beauty Academy is projected to gross a million dollars in revenue this year after opening just two years ago. The young woman behind this business is definitely breaking barriers.

“I think I am a profound example of turning your mess into your message,” owner Dolly Monroe said. 

 And she certainly has a message. When Dolly couldn’t find what she needed, she created it by opening the Dolly Monroe Beauty Academy. 

“I could not find a program or institution that would cater towards specifically esthetics and make up artistry.”  

Success quickly followed.  

“Over a million dollars in revenue this year is what we anticipate to finish out the year at. I’m very excited to say that we have educated over 266 students at this point

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Cleveland Hts. native launches beauty app aimed towards Black women

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — When it comes to beauty and haircare, finding what works for you means a lot of trial and error.

And for Black women and women of color, finding products that work can be especially challenging.

A new app created by a Cleveland Heights native aims to make the process much easier and it’s also helping local women entrepreneurs thrive.

It’s called FELOH, which stands for For Everyone’s Love of Hair + Beauty.

Camille Genise Heard started the business with her friend and college roommate Jacqueline Baron in 2016, two years after she began her natural hair journey. The company also later added Zarin Hamid in a social administrative role.

“I was noticing there’s a lot of content out there about different products and different hair textures and different design and style ideas, but it was pretty difficult to navigate,” said Heard. “But the more I

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