Several journalists, writers, art collectors, and media experts gathered at The High Museum of Art on Thursday, December 2nd, 2021 for the preview of the world-renowned, multifaceted artist KAWS’ new exhibition. The bunch stirred with anticipation to see the unique collection of prints and relish the first-hand experience and listen to the background story of how the elusive, divinely intoxicating prints came to be. I am one of the writers who was mesmerized by KAWS' art and took advantage of the opportunity.

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The coolest thing about me is being a #GirlDad. My two daughters, from the time they were born have given me a purpose that I never imagined. Sharing my love and passions with them, and watching them grow and develop their own individual passions is without question the coolest thing about me. This past week, I was introduced to a dope contribution by fellow member of the Girl Dad squad, Ludacris. The Netflix show “Karma’s World,” was crafted by Ludacris and inspired by his eldest daughter, Karma Bridges

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The unique fabric known as Aso Oke, a hand-woven cloth created by the Yoruba people of West Africa, is slowly making a comeback in the fashion industry. One designer, Kenneth Ize is channeling his African heritage and curating luxury garments utilizing this intricate fabric to convey the soul put into each piece of his collections. Ize is the emerging designer pioneering this movement making a splash in the industry with a name worth remembering.

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It’s hard to contain a brilliant mind to the simplicity of a corporation. To tell a free spirit that they must abide by certain, set rules is like telling a dog not to wag its tail—nearly impossible. This might be one of the main reasons why Olivier Theyskens isn’t the big name that his talent is deserving of. Since Theyskens was a child, he has made up his own mind about what he was going to do and he would not allow anyone to change it.

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“It doesn’t matter where we come from. All that matters is where you are going” -Brian Tracy, Motivational Speaker, Brainy Quote.

Alexandra Shipp knew what she wanted and went for it at the age of 17, when she left everything behind in Arizona and moved to Los Angeles, the city of dreams, to pursue an acting career. Shipp attended Arizona School for the Arts as a teen, where she fell in love with the art of acting in addition to her preexisting passion for music. 

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