Thursday, September 7, 2017


I had my hair washed, retwisted, and DYED(for the very first time). Here's my look:

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Reebok X NYFW X Tangina Stone

   Reebok's recently opened flagship store at Union Square filled up quickly for it's pre-Fashion week event Friday night. A DJ, live performances, gives away, discounts, and a fashion show; this event was perfect to get Lower Manhattan's mouth watering for what NYFW must have to offer. Mixing and mingling was ideal as the DJ spun a great mix of Hip-Hop and R&B oldies as well as contemporary music. Not to mention complimentary alkaline water from Essentia. The show kicked off with none other than the fashion show, a small stage heading the catwalk and models strutting their stuff while rocking head-to-toe Reebok gear, if the 25% off wouldn't have sold you, these models certainly would have, everyone looked amazing. There were also dancers and other music artists, including Tangina Stone. Check out my recap of the event as well as a performance from Stone.

Tangina Stone x Reebok x NYFW Recap from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.

Tangina Stone- "Anxious" @ Reebok x NYFW 9.1.17 from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.

Curren$y at Soultronica Music Fest

Sunday I headed down to Philly with Daz( to film the Soultronica music festival at Trocadero Theater, as she hosted. A stacked lineup of local Hip-Hop artist, accompanied by headliner Curren$y. This show was intense, here's my recap:

Curren$y X Soultronica Music Fest 8.27.17 Recap from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.

Curren$y @ Soultronica Music Fest 8.27.17 from Kearah Armonie on Vimeo.

AFROPUNK 2017 Look !

    This year I was only able to attend AP Fest for Day 1, so I had to make my look worth while. I wore a one piece, jumper I purchased from the International African Arts Festival earlier this summer, which could also be worn as pants, along with my black jelly sandals. What really completed the look was my hair. I did something old with a lil something new, bantu knots and twists at the sides. Photos and hair tutorial below! The festival was as enjoyable as usual, far more crowded, as expected. This is the 3rd year the festival has charged for admittance, which oddly has not hindered attendance. Personally I feel that a festival that was once free and once truly embodied the phrase "For us, By us" has sold out by charging now. That excludes people who cannot normally afford to attend your average lavish commercialized music festival, people who Afropunk represented. Though still representing "The other Black experience", AP is losing it's original genuine image, and starting to blend in the mainstream. Nonetheless, this did not stop the always extravagant Afropunk audience from turning out. Overall it was a great time.

Photo by @BOTBW2013
And here is my hair tutorial:


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