“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.” — Booker T. Washington
Nearly four decades after the accomplishments and sacrifices made by powerful and influential beings in the African and African American culture, we take a month out of the year to celebrate and recognize. Although “Black History” is every month, Style Fanatic wants to take a minute to reflect and look back on the vintage vibes and trends that have formed and shaped the fashions we love today!
Harlem Fashion Show, 1963
Aretha Franklin, 1970s
Miss Black America, Gloria O. SmithDorthy Dandridge, behind the scenes of the 1954 movie “Carmen Jones
These women embody everything that is style and grace! The true definition of “Slayage”
Stay tuned for more coverage on these black beauties and many more!
Have any style stars from the past? Be sure to send us your submissions! StyleFanaticBlog@gmail.com