Who doesn’t love an artistic way to look at women?! Well, if you don’t then this These Walls Talk III was not the event for you. Artist showing their work of VAGINAS. Yes! V-A-G-I-N-A! With several artists, vendors and one of the dopest female djs in ATL, DJ HourGlass, to look at the art perceptions of a woman’s pussy was phenomenal and didn’t make me feel vial for saying that word and looking at another woman’s vagina without making my wife mad…lol.
Whew!!! Lately, I have been extremely busy and connecting back with the other side of the world we call the UNITED STATES of AMERICA. Yes, I have moved back to Atlanta, Georgia from Daegu, South Korea. My journey in Korea was absolutely amazing, but coming back home much has changed, business has new followers, and added new bridges.
Today, I’m not speaking on my journey back home; however, I am here to show you all what’s new from the Blondologist’s Desk!
Kontrol Magazine hosted their 7th Annual Fashion Jams: Beauty & The Beat with special guest host SUPER MODEL Jessica White (@iamjypsywhite) with performances by Mishon(@mishon) and more and DJ Nephu on the ones and twos.
Click view to see more pictures from Kontrol Magazines eventful Fashion Jams: Beauty & The Beat.
Tuesday, November 29 at Aisle 5 in Little 5 Points of Atlanta, Georgia there was an event. Not just any event. An event catering to young men and women of the Indie Neo-soul music genre. Ruby Woo and Chic Loren, individual artists and the creators of 3 Shade of Soul, closed out the year with three amazingly, talented artists: Teeya Skipper, Brik Liam and The Band of Brothers.
THE BAND OF BROTHERS
Each act gave the audience smooth and memorable music that consisted of great vibes, arm chills, and rock-n-roll style head bobbing. Aisle 5 was filled with musical talents supporting each artists as friends and gaining new music to download by hearing new music. As the night progressed many familiar faces appeared in the building like R&B singer Keke Wyatt, Karlie Redd from Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, Jasmine Burke actress from Saints and Sinners, Wondaland recording artist RōMAN GiANHartha, and many more.
Co-creator of The Revival Atl and Wondaland recording artist, RōMAN GiANHartha
Karlie Redd, Keke Wyatt, and Jasmine Burke
What I truly loved the most about this night was being in an environment with other entrepreneurs within the entertainment industry nesting in Atlanta, Ga full of young people. Here are a few of the ladies spotted enjoying the melodies:
If you haven’t seen or heard about the ICE: ANDRO FASHION SHOW then you are waaaaaay behind! If you were in attendance for last year’s show DAPPER: ANDRO FASHION SHOW then you know comedian and show creator, Kia McCall-Barnes also known as Kia Comedy. This year Kia and her team will be bringing double the sexiness, double the style, and a double touch of class.
Kia Comed (L) watching practice with model Lola(R).
With another showing of our androgynous and transgender loves on the runway will feature some of the most amazing LGBTQ designers like”Gender Free World” out of London, “Style is Freedom” from New York, “Dapper Dames” from San Diego, Royall Dinero of Atlanta, Tomboy X from Seattle… and more. So, if you haven’t purchased your tickets then click ICE: ANDRO FASHION SHOW to get yours NOW!
Lately, one of the biggest buzz has been the fabulous, sexy and fashion icon Rihanna. Her style can go from ballroom classy to urban sexy with island goth in between at any time. One of her most recent looks of wearing a long button down peeking past the hem of a short denim skirt completing the outfit with navy blue velvet socks and patent leather pumps (pictured to the right).
So after seeing how dope she was looking. I just had to put my own little spin from her look. The only thing I was missing was the long, wavy hair and velvet socks (which I must do a diy ASAP!).
So here it is! My most recent photoshoot with inspiration from Rihanna,
Atlanta Teen Magazine threw an amazing teen-socialite event, SLAYFEST’16, last weekend held at 595 North off of Northside Drive in Atlanta, Ga. SLAYFEST showcased some of Atlanta’s rising teen talents of models, dancers, and musical entertainment.