The clothing company is clear that they believe in the importance of wearing face masks during the coronavirus pandemic.


You may be ready to head back to the salon, but there are a few things you need to keep in mind before you make an appointment.

Please don't let y'all's president, the country prematurely reopening and conspiracy theories put you at risk for a pandemic that is still disproportionally killing Black people.

From Diddy to Will Smith to Ray Allen, the fellas are trying their best to embrace their age and edges for what it is.

Protesting during the pandemic isn't easy, but these Black-owned face mask companies are making it safe and stylish.

Thanks to organizations like Harlem Fashion Row, designers of color are able to stay afloat despite the global pandemic. 

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, last Friday the popular beauty retail franchise began to welcome customers back inside its shops.

The Grammy-winning singer in unbossed, unbothered, and feelin' good as hell, poolside.

With more 30,000 attendees each year, the beloved Black hair brand and organization decided to put public health before profits.

The former Teen Vogue EIC's #LoveLockDown block party nuptials were the most amazing way to say "I Do" in the midst of all this darkness.

While the reality star and entrepreneur celebrated her 44th birthday in style, folks are questioning the shindig's safety in the height of a coronavirus pandemic.

The singer, songwriter and entrepreneur used her own line, Kandi Koated Cosmetics, to achieve her flawless lewk and to avoid COVID-19.