Styled by Edward Enninful and shot by Emma Summerton, Vogue Italia’s The Black Allure features black bombshells from all over the world. Ajak Deng, Arlenis Sosa, Chanel Iman, Georgie Baddiel, Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, Kinee Diouf, Lais Ribeiro, Melodie Monrose, Mia Aminata Niaria, Rose Cordero and Sessilee Lopez with finger waves, fringe and fur, channel the 1920′s Harlem Renaissance era wearing gorgeous gowns from Louis Vuitton, Donna Karan, and Versace. Style inspiration for Ruby Lounge anyone?
Quote of the Week“If black folks want to be free, they must want to be educated. Without freedom of mind there can be no true and lasting freedom.”
— bell hooks
- Be on the look out for updates on the BSU this school year! We hope that this year will be productive and fun. #MyBSU 1 week ago
- Today is the last day to get BSU apparel for only $20. We accept cash or venmo @rockyduggles. 4 months ago
- We would like to thank our Black History Month keynote speaker Reverend Irene Monroe for an incredible talk... fb.me/6puEvJYkX 5 months ago
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