Rihanna is Dropping a Third Collaboration with Manolo Blahnik

We’ve spent plenty of time obsessing over Rihanna‘s fashion in DJ Khaled‘s music video for “Wild Thoughts.” However, in spite of our diligent rewatching of, note-taking during, and thinkpiece-penning about the Bad Gal’s appearance in the three-and-a-half-minute clip, we apparently missed a huge announcement from the performer, designer, and soon-to-be beauty mogul: Vogue reports that the crystal-embellished footwear Rihanna donned in the video actually belonged to her latest, yet-to-be-released capsule for Manolo Blahnik.

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Maine High School Offers Sports Hijab For Muslim Student Athletes

A Maine high school is making national headlines after becoming the first school in the nation to provide sportshijabs for Muslim student athletes, Yahoo Style reports. Deering High School, in Portland, ME, has many student athletes who wear hijabs, or headscarves often worn by Muslim-practicing women for religious purposes. Unfortunately, these head coverings are often not conducive to extreme physical activity: As one student lacrosse player explained, “With a regular hijab it was really hard and I was always adjusting it. I’m a goalie, so if I don’t watch the ball for a second, that’s a decision that could lead to the other team scoring on us.” Read more

HerFaith & Inspiration: Sharifa Murdock

Sharifa Murdock, the co-owner of Liberty Lifestyle Fairs. Sharifa has 15 years of experience  within the fashion world and has helped develop the careers of various startup fashion brands. Sharifa sits with Herfaith and shares her experience on faith, building and sustaining a lasting career within the fashion industry and developing a way to help empower young women.

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HerFaith & Inspiration: Bozoma St. John

Bozoma St. John, a Brand and Marketing Executive, with a decade long career with Beats by Dre until they were acquired by Apple.  She goes one on one with HerFaith sharing her faith, motivation, and challenge on how we can all be better.

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