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!

As a child I wanted to help the world. I wanted to be a neonatal pediatrician. I wanted to travel the world to help women and children during labor and delivery. I watched a tv special on Oprah about women and children in other countries dying at alarming rates during child birth because of lack of resources and I was inspired to somehow save the world one baby at a time. Since then, my vision has slightly changed. My profession isn’t in medicine but I still want to improve women’s health. My focus is still the same, I still have a dream of changing the world. I have now taken a natural holistic approach to tackling women’s health. Beauty and fashion has been a hobby turned obsession of mine. From reading magazines to wardrobe styling to modeling to orchestrating runway shows I dedicated my whole life to the beauty and fashion industry. As time passed, I began to search for the deeper meaning behind the intricate fabrics, fancy shoes, hair and makeup. I have found that health, beauty and fashion are more connected than I thought. My outlet is writing. Through my writing I hope to spark minds and impact individuals to dig deeper.

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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