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On runways, in stores, online, and on the street, style shaped by African-Americans and the African Diaspora is now worn by people of all colors, races, and creeds. Join award-winning journalist and content creator Constance C.R. White for an inspirational journey through Black fashion in America.
In her book, How to Slay: Inspiration from the Queens and Kings of Black Style, White captures the inheritance of a diverse culture through its most celebrated icons of style and taste from Josephine Baker to Naomi Campbell, Michelle Obama, and Pharrell Williams. The vast array of fashion and the individuals that “slay it,” are bound to influence the way we dress today.
A veteran writer, editor and arbiter of culture and style, White has served as style director for eBay, Editor-in-Chief of Essence magazine, and style reporter for The New York Times.