“From such a young age, all we’ve done is work. So I think for Serena and I to explore that freedom is surreal. We’ve never been free,” Venus Williams tells the magazine.

“I’m realizing that I don’t have to be in full glam every time you see me, because I’m just getting more comfortable with myself and more comfortable with my skin,” Megan said in her interview with Harper's BAZAAR.

The veteran editor and journalist is the first Black woman to oversee the fashion magazine in its 153-year history.


The hilarious comedian is absolutely glowing in a new photoshoot for the fashion Bible's March issue.

This ongoing feud between the two femcees continues to get messier and messier!

There was a time when Barbie wasn’t brown. She didn’t have full lips, or a gap between her teeth. Then came Iesha Hodges.


It's been 15 years since her debut album and she's still slaying in style.

The magazine used Rihanna to channel Amelia Earhart's contributions to aviation and women empowerment.

In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, The Birth Of A Nation star admits she used to curl her lips and press her lips together in attempts to minimize her Blackness.

Chrissy Rutherford shares her story of being diagnosed and suffering from this potentially dangerous virus.

The style of the Purple One lives on through this epic editorial.