Kontrol Magazine Fashion Jams


December 9, 2016

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.




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).

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!
Want to follow and know more about Kia Comedy? Visit http://www.kiacomedy.com
Checkout these practice photos taken by freelance photographer, Jett.


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.

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BTS: Beauty in the DNA

This past weekend has been filled with nothing but amazing shows and networking opportunities. Here’s a glimpse of what went on behind Beauty in the DNA Launch Party.

To see more behind the scene images from this amazing show click view.


Thursday, Oct. 20 The Penthouse presents The VibeHouse. An atmosphere filled with great vibes, great music, great artists, and great people located in a very dope and artistic venue, Artlanta Gallery. An event organized to bring together some of Tuskegee University Alumni’s’ with talents in the arts to demonstrate and show case their business.

Check out some of their dope work  in my #VIBEHOUSE gallery.

Artlanta Gallery






If you have never been to the dope, artistic loft on the corner of Metropolitan and Shelton Ave. in Atlanta, Georgia then you are missing out! As an ATLien, I have never been to this location. A spot filled with nothing but art, good vibes, good music, and Atlanta’s own flare of urban-hippies.

Artlanta Gallery known for hosting dope events dedicated to the independent artists and musicians held an event catered to alumni of Tuskegee University currently residing in Atlanta or surrounding areas. There were several music artists along with art and fashion vendors like Amir James, YoMEGZ, PENTHOUSE, Art by Tay and our feature of week Troisieme.

Redefining “casual classics”

Redefining “casual classics”

MR.JAMES, designer and the creative mind behind this amazing brand, Troisieme. Upon approach I had to ask, “How do I say this, so I do not mess it up”? With a smile and chuckle he laughed and said “twa zee em”.  Troisieme, a word with French style characteristics of slim, tailored fit with an American flare.

Troisieme has a collection of basic tees, hoodies, slim fit joggers, and more. This amazing  mens wearing looks appealing, feels of great quality and gives you something personally from the designer; his hand stitched exclusive T.E.F. pieces that reminds of you fur from fluffy teddy bears or a rug that makes your tired feet feel at home.

With a good 5 year plan, James will have an expansion of his brand with more than just you comfy appareal, but with a line of tailored fit blazers, pants, suite sets, and more to make you American-living men feel like you shopped from a boutique in France.

To learn more about Troisieme, visit http://troisieme.us/.

The Penthouse presents The Vibehouse located at the Artlanta Gallery

INSTAGRAM@troisiemeltd       VISIThttp://troisieme.us/

Stress Me Down x LEAH R.


Cheers to the freak’n WEEKEND!

This weekend BlondeHair’dGirl will be collaborating with wardrobe stylist and revamp designer Leah R. She will be showcasing her newest collection STRESS ME DOWN.

I am so amp’d to be working along side of her and being able to catch some BTS (behind the scenes) love. So, be sure to stay tuned for next weeks post about these 3 shows:

  • 10.22– Beauty in the DNA presented by Her Bmonet & Good Genes Management
  • 10.22– Alora Fashion Show
  • 10.23– Atlanta Teen Magazine’s SLAYFEST’16beautyindnaalora-fashion-showslayfest16


I am so excited to announce that I will be in attendance for this amazing makeup class Kaptivate U by Karizzma Karizzma and Special Guest. This class is designed for those with a beginner/immediate makeup skill level ready to learn techniques like foundation selection, brow shaping, shadow blending, highlight/contour, and much more.

For more information and/or questions please email Kcultureconsulting@gmail.com (404) 840-7345.

Kaptivate U

How to Attend Fashion Week

When mapping out the future of BlondeHair’dGirl as a brand, I wanted to make sure that I could travel and be in the audience of any given fashion week near by. So, when I moved to Daegu, South Korea of August 2015 the plan was to attend fashion weeks in Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Japan; and it happened!


Photo: Chic by Charrel

I have received several inquiries of how was I able to attend as a fashion blogger. Well, here is how it happened.

These are the steps I took to receive invites and press pass from the fashion weeks’ organizer.

**NOTE: these are the steps that I took, they are not the “by the book” steps, but this is what granted me access as a foreigner and fashion blogger to sit in the audience.
  1. Research upcoming Fashion Weeks either near or far

  2. Fill out the media/press registration

  3. Locate the designers and schedule for the event

  4. Select the designer/designers of your interest and send inquiring email to their designated pr(public relations)/press personnel

  5. Wait patiently for a response from the fashion week organizer and/or the designers themselves

You may have read those steps and feel as though it is very vague. I have found that the most important thing to do is know what you are looking for within the content you want to present to your audience. Once you have discovered what information you want to put out there then selecting your designers will be a breeze!

Photo: Chic by Charrel

The KEY to being selected is making your brand or company standout in your emails because these designers and pr reps can’t see your face or hear your voice they can only read your words.

So, with that being said; this was a quick overview of how to attend.