5 Fabulous Black Fashion Bloggers

As we come to the close of  NY Fashion Week take note of these Black fashion bloggers whose  creativity and innovation are bringing style inspiration to the masses.  The web is their runway and they are ripping it!


Lydia, Style is Style

This African sister via Olso, Norway currently resides in British Columbia, Canada  where she serves up sweet, colorful, vintage looks. Her post will inspire you to have fun with fashion.








This sister is taking the fashion world by storm! She first made a splash as the creator of Young, Fat and Fabulous, one of the premier fashion blogs for plus sized women. Her unapologetic style empowers women of  all sizes to be bold and beautiful.






Folake Kuye Huntoon, Style Pantry

This LA lady attended NY Fashion Week as the Chictopia Influential Blogger of the Year.  Chictopia is the leading Social Media site for fashion bloggers. If her brightly colored vintage looks are not enough to get you hooked, Folake also blogs about art, design, beauty and music among other topics.









Miss Modja,Rock’n LOve

This African-Parisian Singer and self-described “green, vegan-friendly sober while being cranky” blogger highlights her unique, fun-loving style drawing inspiration from rock  and her African heritage. She encourages her readers to find their unique style and live it out for the world to see.








Nichelle Gainer, Vintage Black Glamour

Want to see Dorothy Dandridge, Diahann Carroll, Eartha Kitt and Etta James all in one place, then check out this blog for candids, movie posters, magazine covers and fashion spreads of  the Black & Beautiful back in the day.



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About Onleilove

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Onleilove is currently a Faith Based Community Organizer, workshop facilitator, speaker and writer living in Harlem. After receiving her B.S. in Human Development and African-American Studies from Penn State University she completed a year of service with AmeriCorps. Onleilove recently received her M.Div. and MSW degrees from Union Theological Seminary and Columbia University. In addition to her organizing work she is a member of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc., a historically Black Christian sorority and the Poverty Initiative. Onleilove has worked for various social justice organizations in NYC, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. such as Sojourners (where she was a Beatitudes Society Fellow), W!SE, United Workers and Healthcare-Now!. Her writing has appeared in Sojourners Magazine, The Black Commentator, Conspire! and other publications. Onleilove is one of five siblings with a large extended family. Possessing compassion for people fueled by her passion for justice she believes that the Gospel is “good news to the poor” and will humbly work to proclaim this message in her community. Onleilove blogs about her journey to holistic health, faithful justice and her addiction to thrifting on Wholeness4Love .

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