28 Days of Black Fashion History: Lois K. Alexander-Lane

Though Lois K. Alexander-Lane was said to have been a fashion designer, her legacy will be tied to not what she designed but her efforts to bring more attention and recognition to other Black designers by establishing the Black Fashion Museum. Born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1916, Lois Marie Kindle early fashion influences came from peering into department store windows. She graduated from what … Continue reading 28 Days of Black Fashion History: Lois K. Alexander-Lane

28 Days of Black Fashion History: Liya Kebede

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Liya Kebede carries many titles: supermodel, actress, activist, goodwill ambassador, mom, and fashion designer. Her story begins in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she was discovered in high school by a French film director. After finishing her studies, she moved to Paris to pursue a career in modeling. Continue reading “28 Days of Black Fashion History: Liya Kebede”