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PHOTOS: Style on the Street

From denim cutoffs to combat boots to colorful midi skirts, Style on the Street (SOS) spotlights the versatile and vibrant styles of women of color.
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Sheila Rashid Designs Androgynous Clothing For Every Body

In celebration of Black History Month, NYLON is running a spotlight series called Black Girl Power... The Future Is Bright. Sheila Rashid is a fashion designer based in Chicago, Illinois. The 27-year-old is the founder of her own clothing brand that caters toward androgynous style.

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InspiHERed By: Arianne Benford

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. Each week ELIXHER features someone whose personal journey and individual craft inspire us to dream bigger, laugh harder, and love deeper.This week we connect with Arianne Benford, a 30-year-old Brooklyn-based poet/producer/visual artist.

InspiHERed By: Kia Rene

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. This month ELIXHER spotlights Los Angeles-based radio personality, Kia René.

InspiHERed By: Morgan Mann Willis

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. Each week ELIXHER features someone whose personal journey and individual craft inspire us to dream bigger, laugh harder, and love deeper. This week we chat with Morgan Mann Willis, a New York City-based writer and consultant.

InspiHERed By: Khane Kutzwell

InspiHERed By spotlights phenomenal women in the Black queer community—everyone from artists to activists. This week we chat with Khane Kutzwell, a 38-year-old Trinidad-native and entrepreneur.

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Filmmaker Nneka Onuorah Launches “We Are All Women” Campaign

A screening of "The Same Difference" will take place during Atlanta Black Pride on September 4, followed a WNBA game. Over 18,000 women are expected to fill Phillips Arena stadium, where "We Are All Women" will host a rally to raise awareness among attendees. Proceeds from the event will go towards more authentically telling the stories of Black lesbian and bisexual women in the media.