We aim to create a world in which women feel, see, and claim their power.
Meet Kimberly Drew (or @museummammy
), social media manager at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 🎨 "Social media touches everything I do. Some of my greatest friendships have been born from social media interactions. And when it comes to my personal style, social media definitely plays a role. Instagram and Twitter have been incredible vehicles for discovering new voices in fashion." Photo: @stop__ok
✨, a space that's made for and by Black millennial women, celebrating the beauty, strength, and power in our community.
movement started a long overdue conversation about sexual violence against women. And the person who started that conversation was @taranajaneen.
👏👏👏 Thank you for encouraging women to share their stories and pushing for a change.
Our thoughts are with the community of Parkland, Florida. Schools should be safe places to learn and grow, and not the settings of violent attacks. #NoMoreKnowMore
In Namibia, where the average temperature in the summer is 80 degrees, #Herero
women deck themselves out with long sleeves and petticoats.💎
Their gorgeous dresses, elaborate headpieces, and vibrant patterns showcase their pride in their identity, all the while alluding to the suffering they've endured within the past 100 years, including a genocide that nearly wiped them out. "The Herero women took a dress once worn by their oppressors and made it an emblem of who they are — and how far they've come."
Watch the full and NEW episode of this week's #StyleOutThere
, hosted by our very own Senior Features Writer @conconwang
(link in bio).