As New York City still struggles to recover from Hurricane Sandy, ‘Soul of Brooklyn Food, Fashion and Art Party on Flatbush Avenue’ invites the community come together to help itself and a have good time as well on Saturday, November 10th from 12pm to 6pm.
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Pharrell Williams stopped by his Billionaire Boys Club/Icecream store in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood to greet fans and sign his debut memoir, ‘Places and Spaces I’ve Been.’ The book exposes us to the creative genius’ world travels as well as his many specialties that cross between art, design, pop culture, and street savvy.
Next on Pharrell’s book tour is New York City, with a signing for his debut memoir, Places and Spaces I’ve Been, set for on November 7th at the Billionaire Boys Club store in SoHo. The creative genius uses Places to expose us to his world travels as well as his specialties that cross between art, design, pop culture, and street savvy.
Back again at London’s iconic Earls Court Exhibition Centre is the Ski and Snowboard Show – five days out for all snow enthusiasts and winter sports addicts! Now into its 39th year, the exhibition has the largest selection in winter sports equipment, as well as holiday and snow related activities.
East Harlem’s first ever ‘Harvest Festival’ is set to take place on October 26th and 27th — two days full of food music and fun for kids and adults!
Earlier this month, Paris was descended upon by the crème de la crème of stylists from the African diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week. Vogue Italia’s Francesca Ragazzi covered the week’s catwalks and backstage madness, particularly for Elie Kuame’s couture show.
Pharrell Williams will hold a book signing for his forthcoming debut memoir, ‘Places and Spaces I’ve Been,’ on Saturday October 27th in Los Angeles. The creative genius, whose specialties cross between art, design, pop culture, and street savvy, uses ‘Places’ to expose us to his world travels, as well as his musical career in depth.
Following Paris Fashion Week, the city will host the crème de la crème of stylists from the Black diaspora for the first ever Black Fashion Week Paris. Kicking off on October 4th at the Pavillon Cambon Capucine in the heart of Paris, the three-day event will continue at Place Vendôme and the prestigious Ritz Palace through October 6th.
Run Riot!, a new solo exhibition by Art Nouveau Magazine’s Kendrick “GREATeclectic” Daye, is set to debut on September 7th at Oakland’s Betti Ono Gallery — who is also celebrate its one year anniversary.
Any photographer, or person remotely interested in photography should be excited for this new exhibit honoring the legendary Gordon Parks, ‘Gordon Parks: 100 Years.’ NYC’s International Center of Photography is displaying more than 50 of his most memorable pieces including photographs that documented the civil rights era and America’s struggles with racism, urban and rural poverty and politics.