Looking back at this past summer it’s hard to believe that it came and went so quickly. The swing of day parties and the roar of music festivals are becoming … Read More
When Amoye Henry co-founded the AfroChic Cultural Arts Exhibition with a group of like-minded individuals seven years ago, it was deemed too “revolutionary” for Toronto, she recalls.
“We were under … Read More
His dress, speech, and manner of decency always seem to spawn the same questions, ones that probe into his personal style.
It’s inescapable for Jidenna Theodore Mobisson, the self-proclaimed ‘classic … Read More