The Evening Standard has apologised to Solange Knowles after airbrushing out her braids for the cover to its magazine. The photo shoot involved the musician donning an elaborate crown of braids, nodding to the track 'Don't Touch My Hair' from her 2016 album A Seat at the Table, and its tribute to the powerful historical, cultural, and artistic legacy of black women braiding their hair. A topic point ironically discussed within the magazine's own interview, which also saw Solange discuss her upcoming album.
Even though she wrote a whole song called "Don't Touch My Hair," Solange still had to deal with a magazine retouching her hair in a cover photo.
From Cher and Elvis Presley to the Kardashians and the Hadids, here are the best jumpsuit looks of all time, the most incredible jumpsuits through the years.
Bride Bria Shelton had her bridesmaids wear white for an all-white wedding party — an homage to Solange Knowles's 2014 wedding to Alan Ferguson.
Levi’s is celebrating 501 Day on May 20, the birthday of 501 jeans, with a capsule collection that includes a men’s 501 jean and vest and a women’s 501 short.
We saw an eclectic array of eye looks during Fashion Month, but trendsetting fairy goddess Solange has been providing a real-girl version of these looks for us.
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night brought about some eclectic red carpet looks from top performers in the entertainment industry, many of whom switched outfits at some point in the evening.
Who remembers that amazing hair moment singer Solange had on Saturday Night Live back in November? If you don’t, here’s a refresher: The younger Knowles sister wore a bejeweled net body suit, a white bralette, matching bottoms, and metallic silver booties. But the real MVP of her entire look was a dazzling braided headdress that resembled a fancy dreamcatcher. That essential accessory alone left us all wondering: Who exactly was the creator of that beautiful headpiece? The answer is none other than the braid queen herself, Shani Crowe.
Solange is strikingly gorgeous. Whether she’s smiling at paparazzi with sweeps of dreamy bright eye shadow or posing with a fabulous full head of natural hair, she is one heck of a fierce stunner. For a recent evening out in New Haven, the Cranes in the Sky singer didn’t hold back from her usual routine and shared a gorgeous selfie that followed with the caption, “Excited to join Professor Daphne Brooks in conversation at Yale tonight….
Solange Knowles knows how to make a statement — especially when it comes to fashion. The singer has long been one of our style favorites, and the recent drop of the music videos from her album, A Seat at the Table, are full of breathtaking visuals.
On Saturday night, Solange Knowles gave her first televised performance of music from her latest studio album "A Seat at the Table." Appearing on "Saturday Night Live," the younger Knowles made quite an impression on social media for the look she chose.
On Friday, Solange Knowles once again broke the internet with the release of her new album, “A Seat at the Table,” a project four years in the making. Solange released two music videos on Sunday from her latest effort, for the tracks “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair,” which she and her husband, Alan Ferguson, co-directed.
Our best beauty list this week features no makeup and high glamour moments, proving that women look their best in whatever makes them feel happy.
Sure, New York Fashion Week is supposed to be all about the clothes coming down the runways, but it’s the outfits outside that are really making a statement — literally. The peacocks are particularly plumy for the Spring 2016 shows, with street stylers not just attempting to grab attention through mismatching patterns and colors, excessive layers, unseasonal fabrics, and the latest “It” item (hello, furry Gucci loafers!), but with word loudly and clearly marked: take a picture of me and, for some, spread my message. Standing out from the well-dressed crowd takes months of shopping and planning, but Ashley B.
I may be a Paris Fashion Week newbie, but I know a good party when I see one. Everything was covered in paste-ups that were meant to evoke a lunar landing, and silver UFO-like constructions were scattered throughout the runway. The opening look was Parisian model-turned-DJ-turned-author Caroline de Maigret, who strode out in a silver onesie, armed with a remote control in one hand and a helmet in another. Then came the real show, which included a roster of top models that included Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Constance Jablonski, and Saskia de Brauw, among others.