The Inspiring FASHIZBLACK–Our new partner!

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After browsing most fashion magazines already on newsstands, we realize that we do not identify with all of them. On one hand, popular magazines sorely lack diversity. On the other hand, Africa-centric magazines are rare gems.

After these few observations FASHIZBLACK was born, halfway between these two currents.

From street wear to red carpet, recommendations to issues related to the fashion industry, we have discovered this ambitious project to explore EVERYTHING that fashion governs, from near or far. If the word “BLACK” seems community in some respects, the more we are reassured.

With a tone sometimes satirical, daring but always honest, the content of this magazine surpasses all colors of skin, because they want UNIVERSAL consideration and influence–like the fashion of which they speak. More than a claim, they hope that through the stylists, models and other fashion professionals which they discuss, awareness is done at last.

In sum, FASHIZBLACK’s priority will be given to people who value and appreciate Afro-Caribbean roots fused with Western culture. Our ultimate question is: ARE YOU FASHIZBLACK ?

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Source: en.beautycolorafrica.com

2017-08-12T19:29:03-07:00

About the Author:

Lejoi Reese is a multi-talented, professionally accomplished, self-motivated, passionate designer dedicated to creating objects that promote the harmony of beauty and function. Lejoi is also the co-founder, creative director and head designer for Brave Chick. After attaining a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design, Lejoi rose quickly in the professional industry of design in New York City. By the age of 35, Lejoi obtained the coveted title of Design Director at a $250 million textile company with the duties of designing, merchandising and marketing high-end custom textiles to distribute worldwide. With the invaluable skills gained from manufacturing custom products abroad, Lejoi evolved into creating her own products which include textiles and have broadened to apparel and jewelry. Her captivating and artisanal creations are influenced by the Eastern philosophy of wabi–sabi (imperfect, impermanent and incomplete beauty). Lejoi’s personal mission is to influence every person whom encounters her designs to be compelled to practice introspection with the end result of self-awareness.

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