South African model Tshepiso Ralehlathe wears Pre-Fall 2015 looks for a striking fashion story inside Essence Magazine’s “Global Issue.”
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Erykah Badu graces the cover of Essence Magazine‘s inaugural “Global Issue,” which brought the singer and fashion muse to East Africa.
Top Model Cycle 6 winner Dani Evans stars in Essence Magazine‘s luxe swimsuit fashion editorial, “Island Girl.”
Orange Is the New Black stars Uzo Aduba, Vicky Jeudy, Adrienne C. Moore, Samira Wiley, Laverne Cox, and Danielle Brooks embrace being sexy at every size for Essence Magazine July 2015.
Handsome fictional brothers from primetime TV’s tumultuous hip-hop family, Trai Byers, Bryshere “Yazz” Gray and Jussie Smollett, cover Essence Magazine’s June 2015 issue.
Essence Magazine‘s May 2015 issue features a throwback to the publication’s 1970 beginnings with models Afiya Bennett and Martine Fox.
Essence Magazine’s May 2015 “Game Changers” issue is celebrating five of the most powerful storytellers of our day: Shonda Rhimes, Ava DuVernay, Debbie Allen, Mara Brock Akil and Issa Rae.
Actress Nia Long covers the April 2014 issue of Essence Magazine, where she speaks on raising her sons and her latest film, ‘Single Moms Club,’ in theaters March 14th.
Watch Oscar winning actress Lupita Nyong’o reflect on the personal effects of colorism at Essence’s 7th annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon.
Film and fashion’s ‘it” girl Lupita Nyong’o is featured in a colorful editorial inside Essence Magazine’s March 2014 issue, titled “The Perfect Canvas.”
“There’s a myth that Black women don’t have power in Hollywood. We’ve found 75 who do,” says Essence Magazine, which will soon host its 7th Annual Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon.
Scottish singer/songwriter Emeli Sandé will be the honoree at Essence Magazine’s fifth annual Black Women in Music celebration, which will take place on January 22, 2014.
LL Cool J covers the March 2013 issue of Essence Magazine, where he speaks on standing by his wife of almost 18 years through her battle with cancer.
Jill Scott debuts a sexy short natural on the cover of Essence Magazine’s October 2012 issue and its “Black Is Beautiful” feature. Jill, who had to throw a diva fit to cover the magazine au naturelle, talks hair, her new philosophy on men, her new movie and more!
As with 2011’s controversial “blackface” photos of Beyoncé for L’Officiel Paris, this “controversy” gets the serious side-eye. Clearly, people have no idea what blackface is nor the characteristics of the practice.
What… the… hell was Essence Magazine thinking when the publication released the cover of its March 2012 issue featuring Kerry Washington whose breasts are clearly badly “Photoshopped”?
In response to backlash over “good hair” comments made in an E News interview, Isaiah Mustafa explains, “I wasn’t feeling that my hair was at its healthiest during my interview and that’s where my comments stemmed from.” What!?
The minute you tell me that Jill Scott has a new song my eyes widen and a few snippets of my favorite Jill songs speed through my brain. “Shame,” which features Eve — a femcee we’ve been wanting to hear something new from for a while, premiered on stupiddope.com — one of my favorite sites. As I read into the background on the track, it was described as able to “bring rays of sunshine.”
Essence Magazine recently posted an article that showcased the opinions of several Black American men who gave their preferences on women and hair. While some only cared that a woman looks nice, most had a lot of thoughts on what they prefer.