Storm Reid and PACSUN Team Up For Swimwear Collection

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Storm Reid and PACSUN launch new swimwear collection that celebrates unity in women on her 18th birthday.

Storm Reid and Pacsun

Released on July 1, the ArashiBlu collection celebrates being “perfectly imperfect” and “wearing yourself proudly,” Storm tells Teen Vogue. It features swimsuits named after some of her closest pals (and our faves) including ZendayaGigi HadidChloe x Halle, as well as her family and childhood besties. Storm’s debut swimwear collection is a proud celebration of unity in womanhood, so it only made sense that she pay homage to inspiring women in her circle. “I love this quote: ‘alone we are just one drop but together we are the ocean,’” Storm recounts. “They are all women who are strong, who are making strides in their own communities, in the world, [and] in their own right. So to be able to have a sense of community in friendship in this collection was important.”

Storm Reid and Pacsun

You can view the full collection at

Kirk and Tammy Franklin 2021 BET Awards Red Carpet Look

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Kirk and Tammy Franklin never disappoint when they step onto the red carpet together.

The 2021 BET Awards were no exception.

Kirk and Tammy Franklin
Kirk Franklin, left, and Tammy Collins arrive at the BET Awards on Sunday, June 27, 2021, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Mrs. Franklin looked classy as ever in a ruffle shirt and short set from Zimmermann for the awards show. She paired the short set with a strappy heel from René Caovilla and topped it off with a gold clutch. The Gospel singer looked fly as always in a tailored suit from RichFresh.

Russell Wilson and Ciara Host Fashion Show To Launch Children’s Clothing Brand

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Russell Wilson and Ciara gave fans a sneak peek of their upcoming children’s clothing line 3BRAND with the help of their kids.

Russell Wilson and Ciara
Photo By: StarPix/ Marion Curtis for Haddad Logo Brands – Location: Rookie USA Flagship store in Union Sq.

Wilson gave fans a sneak peek of his signature clothing line at the opening of the new Rookie USA flagship store. Hosted by the couple, the event included a fashion show featuring highlights from the new clothing line modeled by their adorable kids. 

3BRAND, named after Wilson’s close connection to the number three, is a mix of sport meets fashion, music and lifestyle. This 40-piece collection was created for boys and girls, ages 12 months to 20. The brand’s full line will be available in August.

3BRAND is donating 3% of sales to the Why Not You Foundation. The Wilson’s Why Not You Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to fighting poverty through education, empowering youth to lead with a why not you attitude

Serena Williams New Jewelry Collection Helping to Rebuild Black owned Small Business

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Serena Williams new jewelry collection Unstoppable Brilliance continues her brands legacy of helping Black-owned businesses impacted by the pandemic.

Serena Williams new Jewelry Collection

This highly curated line of fashionable enamel and diamond necklaces will once again benefit Accion Opportunity Fund in their efforts to support Black-owned small businesses.

I’ve always said, everyone’s dream can come true if you just stick to it and work hard,” said Serena. “I hope that this new Unstoppable Brilliance collection will continue to help those Black-owned small businesses who have shown their unstoppable perseverance to succeed over the last year.”

Unstoppable Brilliance consists of four reversible toggle necklaces in 14k gold vermeil, ceramic enamel and baguette-cut diamonds that incorporate the original open circle. The design symbolizes endless strength and resilience.

Serena Williams new Jewelry Collection

In keeping with Serena’s mission to inspire and empower women, one side of the circle is again inscribed with the word Unstoppable. The reverse features six pairs of sparkling baguette diamonds set in ceramic enamel in a choice of 4 colors.

Check out the collection HERE

A portion of net proceeds will benefit Accion Opportunity Fund’s Small Business Relief Fund.

Kate Spade Summer Campaign Is All About Dancing In The Streets Of NYC

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COVID cases are down, people are getting vaccinated and back to work, and NYC is back open! …. it’s time to celebrate on the streets of New York with Kate Spade.

Kate Spade summer campaign

Kate Spade summer campaign not only offers a new take on the classic Judy Garland song “Get Happy, ” it features NYC artists who have been out of work over the past year due to the pandemic.

Choreographer Dylan Pearce and singer Ines Nassara are helping them bring the summer campaign to life through music and dance. They’re even taking the campaign to TikTok! With plans to launch a hashtag challenge.

The luxury brand is also partnering with The National Council of Mental Wellbeing to provide Mental Health First Aid training to New Yorkers within the artistic community. It is donating $100,000 to provide mental health services to performers in the New York City area.

Michelle Williams Featured In WayMaker Magazine

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Michelle Williams is giving me princess vibes in a custom Ese Azenabor gown for her WayMaker Magazine feature.

Michelle Williams
Styled by Leah Taylor Hair: Brandi Frye-Odom Makeup: Meli Photograph: Drea Nicole

To complete her look, her style team draped her in Laruicci jewels, a perfect top bun and smokey eye.

Michelle’s feature is titled “Changing Her Destiny,” where she discuss her new book “Checking In,” victory over depression and the importance of her faith.

She even dropped some quotes to live by as she slayed different looks.

Keep doing the work someone will call your name. Just don’t try to be seen prematurely.

Michelle Williams

It’s OK to get to the root of stuff. You’re not a bad person. Nothing’s wrong with you.

In her first book, Michelle courageously shares the hidden secrets that nearly ended her life; the importance of her faith, family, and friends; and the lessons she learned about prioritizing her mental health. She is on a quest to increase mental health awareness and urges others to understand the importance of “checking in” with themselves, God, and others. Her candid, often humorous, and the incredibly brave book will inspire readers who desire hope for their own difficult times.

“Checking In: How Getting Real about Depression Saved My Life—and Can Save Yours’ is available now!