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This week in these style streets…

Excuse me Jazmine Sullivan, is that you? The Lions, Tigers & Bears singer hit the stage in a Sies Marjan Spring ’20 embossed alligator trench in bordeaux topped off with a Gucci fedora.

Jackie Aina took a page out of JT’s book and pulled off this nude latex look from House Of CB. She paired the look with a chestnut fur and Louboutin pumps. While her latex may have been budget-luxury friendly, she rocked it with a Judith Leiber clutch that usually cost a smooth $5,000 (give or take a few dollars).

The City Girls took us back with in Von Dutch while Blue Ivy gave us court side fashion in Fendi boots.

Get into this week’s most fabulous celebrity looks—>



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1. Draya Michelle

2. Jazmine Sullivan

3. Jackie Aina

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CEO of latex

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7. Remy Ma

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Mrs. Mackie💋 #RemyMa

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8. Kahlana Barfield

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The day I walked thru the door at InStyle as an intern, I knew exactly who I wanted to pattern my career after. I am #NotTheFirst young woman who needed to see someone who looked like me in my dream job in order to believe I could do it for myself. Sydne Bolden was my walking blueprint. A black woman who attended two HBCUs (s/o #Howard & #Hampton), always dressed fly AF, and was respected by everyone in the fashion industry because of her work ethic and iconic personal style. At the time, there weren’t many black women in leadership positions in the fashion editorial industry. As the Style Director of InStyle, @sososydne gave black girls like me someone to look up to. She was MJ to us — the GOAT! I knew that if she could do it, so could I. And that for me, that was a game changer. I am so thankful for trailblazers like Sydne who paved the way for me to thrive in this industry. Black History month isn’t long enough to pay homage to all of our heroes. I’m partnering with @secretdeodorant to keep pushing for a world where equality is more than just celebrating the “firsts.” To pay it forward, I’ll be donating to The Daisy Lewellyn Endowed Scholarship Fund, an organization to help provide aid to Fashion Design students at Howard University. Who was your superhero? Help us celebrate International Women’s Day by posting a tribute using #NotTheFirst.✊🏾 #IWD #AllStrengthNoSweat #SecretDeoPartner

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9. Yung Miami & JT