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To’ Up

To’ it up, To’ it up.

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Pink Pursuit

Totally came across these photos and it dawned on me that they were from two months ago, smh. I’ll take the L on that one ya’ll, my bad. I am not the type to get deep into my personal life but there are time where I do feel that I am not doing enough with […]

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Unboxing: Air Jordan 1 Flyknit Banned (Bred)

Now, I normally don’t blog about sneakers for you normally see them in my outfit posts. But c’mon, I had to do it one time for the culture, especially when it comes to the classics. The Jordan 1 continues to be a staple sneaker in the sneaker world due to its legendary association with Michael Jordan […]

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24 Hours

24 Hours. With a bold self-explanatory shirt, it reminds the youth that we have a certain number of hours in a day to conquer our goals, dreams and aspirations. I modernized the look with a pair of tearaway pants and showcased my brown skin roots with an Hermes-inspired headscarf. If I could spend 24 hours […]

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Personal Style, Style Trends

The Originator

Paying homage to an OG in urban fashion: Karl Kani. You may of seen his name worn on hip-hop’s biggest icons and they all happen to be my favourite artists growing up. From Aaliyah, Diddy, Biggie, Michael Jackson, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Nas and who could forget 2pac when he wore Kani’s pieces for […]

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Personal Style, Style Trends, Thoughts

In Vulnerable Fashion

I know what you’re thinking, Camille + heels = unlikely equation. I thought I’d switch it up for this post for you’re always used to seeing me in kicks and baggy attire. I’ve come to the realization that my personal style deeply reflects my personality:  fun, but very reserved. I am not one to reveal […]

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Brown Skin Lady

Prior to taking these photos, I had Black Star’s Brown Skin Lady playing on wax. In the song, members Mos Def and Talib Kweli lyrically pay homage to brown skin ladies, which include but aren’t limited to African, Caribbean, Latin, Indigenous, Latina, and Middle Eastern women.  It wasn’t until Mos Def said “Ooh, headwrap cover […]

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