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Instacart And Streetwear Designer Anwar Carrots Show Their Mutual Love For Taking Care Of Others With First-Ever Collaboration

An exclusive collection for Gen Z and millennials to snag is heading to NTWRK — a live streaming video commerce platform. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Carrots™️ (@carrotsbyanwarcarrots)

Ngozi Nwanji

Jul 28, 2022

Lil' Kim's Supreme Collab Inspired By Her Debut Album Sells Out Within Minutes Of Its Drop

The impact of Lil’ Kim’s debut in Hip-Hop forever reigns. REVOLT reports that the rap legend’s capsule collection with Supreme sold out just minutes after it dropped on April 14. “Wowwww! Everything sold out in 2 and a half minutes! God is Good! Thank U so much for your support,” Lil Kim shared via Instagram, according to REVOLT. The collaboration between Brooklyn’s finest and the New York-bred clothing and skateboarding brand reportedly features a T-shirt, a short-sleeve button-down, and a skateboard. Covered on each item is Lil’ Kim’s iconic photo — taken by Michael Lavine — from the promotional poster for her debut album “Hard Core.” The shirt is also inscribed with “To Supreme, Love Lil Kim” on the front while the back has “Hot Damn Ho Here We Go Again” from “Quiet Storm (Remix)” — which is well known as one of the best verses of her career.

Ngozi Nwanji

Apr 18, 2022

This Photographer Just Launched A Black History Month Capsule Collection With Under Armour

Baltimore-based athletic hub Under Armour has announced the launch of its latest endeavor — a capsule collection alongside homegrown photographer Devin Allen in honor of Black History Month. In an effort to celebrate the strength of Black culture through sports, the UNDR ARMR x DVNLLN collection — which includes youth, adult apparel, and unisex footwear — aims to honor Baltimore’s roots as seen through the lens of Allen and his vision for the city. The collection, described as a love letter to Baltimore, captures Allen’s original photography of the city’s youth athletes as well as its “grit, grime, and spirit of resilience with a minimalist color palette, textures and materials echoing the streets and Allen’s photography,” according to the company. This new collaboration is a huge step for Baltimore and gives the city a chance to have their stories both seen and heard. “I wanted people from places like Baltimore, Oakland, Chicago, and Detroit to be proud of their cities,” said Allen...

Njera Perkins

Jan 29, 2021