22 black owned brands with something to suit all styles and budgets.
Our EIC explains the impact of racism on the Fashion industry, the discipline of Psychology and on every day life.
Celebrity Hairstylist and Educator Vernon François sheds light on the rise of lockdown hair transformations.
My body was decorated as if it were a prize to be celebrated. Discovering the psychology behind Carnival costumes.
Like many black women growing up obsessed with fashion, I knew that this love affair was one-sided.
It used to be a commonly held belief that black and ethnic minority models don’t sell. The publication of my new scientific paper has empirically proven this to be untrue.
The more we become witness to positive representations of minorities through the likes of models like Slick Woods, Naomi Chin Wing, Duckie Thot and Adut Akech the closer we can get to lifting the “veil of racism” and seeing not only ourselves but each other in a better light.
To celebrate World Afro Hair day The Psychology of Fashion Blog™ takes a look back at the history of the illustrious hairstyle, its symbolism and significance in the…
Ade Hassan MBE., founder of Nubian Skin discusses fashion trends, colourism and entrepreneurship with The Psychology of Fashion Blog™ Shakaila: Many have referred to Nubian skin as ‘The New Nude’ do you think…