There’s nothing like sleek hair and bangs to create a mysterious edgy look.
Paris native and natural beauty, Hafsoi fills us in on her styling and hair care routine…
Veronica was visiting Paris from the US and graced us with her lovely carpet bag coat and her sleek middle parted hair.
For those who like to enjoy a city’s sweeter offerings, I present to you a tour of Paris’s tastiest bakeries and chocalateries.
Let’s take color blocking to a new level!
From color catastrophes to edge control, we’ve rounded up five must-read posts and videos about one of the hottest trends of 2015.
We’re big fans of framing your face with a mane of hair so this look naturally caught our eye on the streets of Milan.
Undeterred by comments such as, “we already have Jourdan Dunn, one black girl is enough,” French born Anais Mali continues to break the mold of fashion’s standards of beauty.
Born Nadia Mladjao in France’s Comoros Islands, afro soul singer Imany first began her career as a model, signing with Ford Models Europe, before starting her singing career in 2008.
Serving in the French government from 2007 to 2010, Senegalese-born French politician and France’s current Radical Party Vice President, Rama Yade has become one of the City of Lights’ biggest political stars.
Irma, a Cameroonian singer-songwriter living in France, began her career by posting videos of herself singing on YouTube. Learn how she got discovered and what hairstyle you’ll typically find her sporting.
Last week we spotlighted Black women in Italy that are carving out a space for themselves in popular media. This week, we’re taking a look at their counterparts in France.
An Italian writer born of Somali origin, Igiaba Scego’s work examines the connection between cultures and migration, with many of her collaborations with magazines and newspapers dealing with migrant literature.
The fashion world took notice of designer Stella Jean when she won Who’s on Next. Pop culture took notice when Rihanna wore one of her dresses. But what the the world seems to be noticing her for something else…
Singer and songwriter Saba Anglana’s head-turning melodies highlight her traditional and cross-cultural upbringing and her desire to stay connected to her Somali roots.
Once a soldier of the Eritrean War of Independence, Italian actress Lula Teclehaimanot wowed audiences in the critically acclaimed, Italian film Ainom…
Born in Verona, Italy to a Somali father and Italian mother, writer Cristina Ali Farah spent her early years in Somalia until civil war broke out and she was forced to flee.
Given our Italian/French theme this issue, we’re putting a spotlight on Black women in Italy that are carving out a space for themselves in popular media.
Keeping with this issue’s moda+mode theme, check out our favorite French and Italian covers of classics
The natural hair movement has come a long way from the Black is Beautiful days. To bring a close to black history month we’re looking at the new guard that has and is shaping natural hair today.
We’re dedicating this issue to fashion while still continuing our digital journey across the globe with tastes of both France and Italy.
Another Hollywood award season has come and gone which means its time to recap some of the amazing hairstyles that swept through the hottest red carpets.
Usually, on the surface my hair looks really good, feels good and smells good but as of late, if you try to put your hands through it, you may not be able to get that hand back.
Our year got off to a great start as we set off on our journey exploring the Africa and the Diaspora. We sprinkled in a little V-Day love and some #NewHairNewYear hair inspiration.
Ty Alexander’s unique hair journey has led her to become an influential voice in the #GreyMovement. Here’s her Hair Story…
Are dry, split ends plaguing your winter cool? Revive your tresses with our six foul-proof, essential rules to cold weather hair care survival!
The Oscar’s are this weekend so naturally we’re looking to the “stars” for hairspiration.