Black woman we are beautiful and intelligent, but because society always views us as the lowest of the low we start believing that. Our beauty is not appreciated as much as other races, we only make the cover of vogue, Elle or Instyle twice a year. As black woman we need to start to create more of our own visual art such as our own magazines, we need to have more Ebony magazines, Essence magazines, True love and Destiny magazines. We need more black comedy’s television series where we not being stereotyped as fools.


As much as we love and pay attention so much to our music we should have the same passion for our visual art. Whether it is television, movies we need to have our own production houses to show our version of events. We need to have our own high class magazines to show how we see beauty and how we see the world. We need to own things we need to have our own high class fashion houses we need to own our own production houses and networks. We need to own our own banks, we need to own oil, diamonds and gold because we are capable and just as intelligent as those who are viewed the highest in society. We just don’t have unity amongst each other.


We think we are better than other black female because you have lighter skin or that you have wavier longer hair. Please note: beauty amongst us as black woman does not come in one skin tone, it does not come in one particular feature or one type of body size our beauty is diverse and not one type of beauty is superior to another. In terms of life experience black is black whether you are American, Nigerian, and South African or from London as black woman we face similar struggles every day and we have more in common than we think. We are intelligent, creative and beautiful and life will start to begin once we start believing that. It first starts unity amongst each other and self-belief.


As much as we still have a long way to go I want to thank all the black woman that have put us on the map and that strive to encourage us. I want to thank comedy series such as Blackish, insecure by Issa Rae and Atlanta by Donald Glover. I want thank black woman that are encouraging you black girls such Khanyi Dhlomo who is the founder of Ndalo Media and creator or destiny magazines. I want to thank True Love in South Africa, ebony, essence magazines and all the black owned magazines out there. I want to thank all the black owned production houses such as OWN they are living proof that we can make it.



Shan Boodran she is a certified sexologist, sexual educator, YouTuber, she is gorgeous and free spirited I love her style and her energy she currently has a book out named Laid and it was the best seller in Canada.


There has been articles about her on New York Times, Forbes, Huffington post, Glamour, Teen Vogue, Times.


She has landed hosting jobs on BET, MTV, CNN Radio, Fox News. I love her Instagram because it is arty and free.



APPERANCES: Grammys Red Carpet


Bella Harris in Mario Dice dress and Lesilla Shoes

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Jennifer Lopez in a Ralph & Russo Couture Christian Louboutin shoes, and Jlc bag


Chrissy Teigen in a Roberto Cavalli dress and Coomi earrings


Taraji P. Henson in Marc Jacobs


Andra Day in vintage Christian Dior and Chloe Gosselin shoes


Rihanna in Armani Privé and Chopard jewelry



EDITORIALS: Rihanna on Harper’s Bazaar


There’s something so special about a woman who dominates in a man’s world,” Rihanna told the magazine. “It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness, and the nerve to never take no for an answer. Amelia Earhart was such a dynamic force in her industry, setting multiple aviation records in her time. So it was a no-brainer for me to team up with Harper’s Bazaar in honor of a woman who held her own with the big boys.”


On the cover, the Grammy winner kept things modest in just a pair of diamond Chopard earrings and not much else. But inside the issue, the Bajan beauty (clad in a blonde wig with bangs) modeled a $6,200 khaki overcoat by Tod’s, along with Emporio Armani boots and J.W. Anderson goggles.


She also posed atop a red plane while sporting a Stella McCartney jumpsuit, among other looks, to accompany a reprint of Earhart’s original 1929 Bazaar essay on her flight fashion, “Plane Clothes.”


RiRi also took to Instagram to share her thoughts about the trailblazer, who famously vanished in 1937. “On my Amelia Earhart sh–**!” she wrote in a February 8 post. “Such an honor to pay tribute to this dynamic badass woman! Always handled her duties in the most style!”








Maya Washington is a multifaceted Actor, Creative Producer and YouTube Star. “What would happen if I shamelessly promoted myself for 365 days?” was the question and social media experiment marking the start of Maya’s online self-discovery.


She initiated her #BESHAMELESS movement on YouTube in reaction to her life as a struggling artist in New York. Maya blended her passion for performance and photography, fashion/beauty and personal growth into an authentic mission attracting brand partnerships and viewers alike.


She is a classically trained actor having studied Theatre Arts Performance at the respected George Brown Conservatory in Toronto, Canada. Maya currently stars in Google’s Original Series, God Complx and Feature Film, Alaska is a Drag.



I love her Instagram because it is extremely dreamy and adorable and her fashion sense is incredible she is living proof that simplicity is always key.



FASHION SPY: Rihanna & Kylie


Kylie and Rih Rih seem to have the same fashion palate. Kylie stepped out in Costa Rica in the same The Dolls House Fashion Fringed Cami Jumpsuit which was previously worn by Rihanna.


The ladies varied in their color choice. Kylie shined in brilliant white, while Rihanna looked sassy in green.