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Black History Month Spotlight : Shawn Outen

Shawn Outen is today’s feature in our month long celebration of Black History Month. Shawn is a well known model and brand ambassador for brands such as Creative Recreation and CORE. Shawn effortlessly transitions from streetwear to a suit and tie in front of the camera, selling each look. In that same vein, Shawn has his own brand that blends his artistic agility with wearable pieces. Recently, Shawn has begun…

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Black History Month Spotlight : TaKeyia Monique

Today’s feature is another go-getter and she goes by TaKeyia Monique. She’s a PR dynamo, brand management specialist, event specialist & designer, social media maven and the list goes on. TaKeyia is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to her clients. She gets the best out of them and provides the best for them. I’ve worked with this powerful woman many times and it’s impossible not to…

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Black History Month Spotlight : Apuje Kalu

Our feature today is stylist, Apuje Kalu. Have you seen a singer by the name of Ne-Yo lately? Yes. The 3 time Grammy winner… You know those great suits, how pulled together his looks are…well most likely, that’s Apuje’s work. When Apuje isn’t styling R&B greats, he’s styling magazine layouts and covers featuring people like LaLa Anthony, Sanaa Lathan, Tone Bell, and Derek Hough just to name a few. Apuje…

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Black History Month Spotlight : The Wright Sisters

These three ladies are the power behind a full service event production and brand management firm based in Los Angeles, CA. They have worked with such names as BMW, Serena Williams Fund, Soul Train Awards and April Daniels. I got a chance to work with these ladies for the DC leg of the Rock Out With Me campaign last year, spearheaded by April Daniels. It’s amazing to see three ladies work…

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Black History Month Spotlight : Harley Morgan

Today’s spotlight takes us into the modeling & fashion scene here in DC and arrives right at Harley Morgan. Harley is the man behind Righteous Ones Entertainment, a powerhouse of fashion models, musicians and more. The models under Harley’s management appear at local and national events and his musicians are on the cutting edge of what people want to hear. As if managing a bustling entertainment company isn’t enough, Harley…

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Black History Month Spotlight : Pastor Jayme McCrimmon

Pastor Jayme McCrimmon is our feature for today’s Black History Month spotlight on Fashion Citizen. Pastor Jayme McCrimmon has been the pastor of Capital Temple Ministries for about 20 years in Washington, DC. She is highly regarded by many in ministry circles as humble, spirit-led, focused and about God’s business. We are honoring her here today for her great strides as a woman in ministry. Many realize that in the…

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Black History Month Spotlight : Kenneth “KAS” Flanagan

It’s Black History Month and Fashion Citizen wants to celebrate those among us who are making history every day and we’re starting with Kenneth Flanagan.   Kenneth is a designer, stylist and lifestyle consultant. Those titles don’t even encompass all that he really does though. He is essentially walking style and to be around him and talk to him is to get a great education on what style really is….

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Perception : A Short Film by Session 77

Violence is an issue in our communities the world over and it’s about time we paid attention to it’s far reaching effects. These heinous acts can have damaging outcomes on the mental state of its perpetrators and victims. Session 77, a group of artistic young people, got together to make a short film that gives insight into this very hot issue. Take a look at the film and share this project…

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Fashion Citizenography : Native Son

“He had lived and acted on the assumption that he was alone, and now he saw that he had not been. What he had done made others suffer. No matter how much he would long for them to forget him, they would not be able to. His family was a part of him, not only in blood, but in spirit.” ― Richard Wright, Native Son Photography & Styling : Fashion…

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