Happy Mother's Day Weekend. Here are our May 2021 Covers
Instyle features Stacey Abrams
“Either you use politics for getting good done or you see policies as a way to amplify your politics and your power. The question is: Which side are you on?”
Harper's Bazaar features Adwoa Aboah
“The other day my sister reminded me of a photo taken somewhere within the first year of my sobriety, and I remember feeling really stunning,” #AdwoaAboah tells our digital director @nikkiogun. “It wasn’t about my outfit. It had nothing to do with external validation. It came from inside, as cheesy as that sounds. I felt beautiful because I felt happy.” In our May issue, five of fashion’s most exciting faces including @PreciousLeexoxo, @RianneVanRompaey, @HaileyBieber, @LiuWenlw, and @AdwoaAboah share their perspectives on identity, influence, and beauty.
HypeHair features Kim Kimble & Mom
With over 20 years in the hair industry, Kim Kimble is still making heads turn. She’s been on the set of some of the most legendary movies as lead hairstylist to big names like Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, Gabrielle Union, Zendaya, and Oprah Winfrey. We had the honor of catching up with Kim Kimble on how she got started in the hair industry and got an inside look at the passion behind what she does.
Hair: @kimblehaircare & @jaskofla
Cover design: @ctdgraphicx
Bitch Magazine features Nailah
The Legacy issue explores the history of Black-owned fashion brands, the past and future of restaurant criticism, the evolution of the rom-com
To commemorate how essential Bitch has been for so many feminists, every contributor in the Legacy issue—all of whom are people of color—are contributors who have graced our pages before, and are instantly recognizable to our community.⠀⠀
📸 Self-portrait by: @cloudnai⠀
Hair: Widny Bazile @widnybazile⠀
Makeup: Nimai Marsden @makeupbynimai⠀
Styling: Damaris Flores @styleisinyou