A Black Vogue Valentine

Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone! ❤️

Sooooo this week in Black History Month chronicles I want to highlight a bomb clothing line/ movement that I stumbled across on Instagram.


The founder Nareasha Willis wanted to create a brand that was “By Us For Us”. Here’s an excerpt from her website explaining the meaning behind her #BlackVogueMovement



I created the Black Vogue campaign to promote diversity on and off the runway. To reinsure every Brown girl/boy that our culture is appropriate, and influential in the fashion industry. As black millenniums, we have the power to create trends and new platforms. We are living in a time where a shift is commencing in the Black community; From embracing dark skin women to supporting Black owned businesses. Become a N-sider and continue to push the culture forward. Lets start with awareness !


  • Follow @avenue_n on instagram

  • Select your favorite fashion forward picture.

  • Tell me what is your avenue;”My avenue is(name)”

  • Describe your style;”My vogue is …”

  • Hashtag #blackvogue and tag @avenue_n

Anyone who has followed my fashion journey and read by blog posts know that this movement aligns perfectly with everything I stand for. #blackvoguemovement

My Avenue is Talisha

My Vogue is Fierce!

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Photos by Dev @dev_anglin on Instagram

& Shout out to my Valentine my lovely boyfriend for killing this shoot with me! I love you babe! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

Click the link to purchase Black Vogue attire and check out her blog

Thanks for tuning in this week guys!

After graduating with my BA in Communications specializing in Public Relations, I gained experience in fashion merchandising, wardrobe styling, event planning, branding, office administration, and marketing. When I'm not working, I am active in the art and fashion community in the Bay Area and throughout California. Working behind the scenes at events like LA Fashion Week, Sacramento Fashion Week, SFA Student Showcase and accompanying costume designers like Michael Costello has helped build my knowledge and business relationships in the fashion world. I am just a fashionista and creative writer, who loves thrifting. I absolutely love all things Beyonce as well. I grew up a book worm so if I'm not binge watching TV shows or listening to podcasts, most likely I have my nose in a book. I started this blog after college as a first generation graduate learning, growing, and struggling to figure life out. In hopes of aligning others on a similar quest, I blog about my journey through career obstacles, the ends and outs of love, surviving gentrification in the Bay Area, the fashion & art community, mental hygiene in the black community, and pop culture. I also give lifestyle tips on natural wellness, natural hair, being a plant mom, and DIY projects. I write as a form of healing and self care, I pray that sharing my journey will help motivate community healing, therapy and growth for black creatives & entrepreneurs.

10 comments on “A Black Vogue Valentine

  1. Beautiful 😊 including the shirts

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  2. NICE! 🙂 You guys look SO cute! ❤

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  3. Brandi Mac


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  4. This is dope girlfriend! Love how you two work together!
    ❤ Faby

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