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  • http://www.melbachristine.com Jimmie Gibbs

    We are proud to announce the launch of Melba Christine’s inaugural handbag collection: The 2011 Resort Collection, “Cascade of Colors.”

    So we hope you will come check it out at our brand new home on the web, at http://www.melbachristine.com

    It’s a great day for us here at the label. We’ve put our heart and soul into building a company we’re proud of, and we’re excited not just about the launch today, but about what the future holds for a creative label with a definite point of view.

    This collection was designed to embody ease and grace… and like all our work, it will hopefully add a bit of art to the everyday. And that’s our motto for the future. We have lots of ideas and surprises in store. And we very much look forward to sharing them with you.

    So, from all of us at Melba Christine, please stop by and visit, and keep an eye on us! Thanks to all of you for your continued support!

    All the best,

    From all of us at
    Melba Christine

  • http://www.kortomomolu.com Arnold Milfort

    One of the most popular and Successful designers of Project Runway, with a line or jewelery and hand bags at Dillards Korto Momolu debuted her S/S 2011 collection and got rave reviews, heres an article and interview from Centric TV with the Designer .
    http://blogs.centrictv.com/lifestyle/culturelist/culturelist-korto-momolu-talks-fashion-for-every-woman/

  • http://www.harlemsfashionrow.com Brandice Henderson

    This article was a great start, but there are so many other designers to cover. You should add Niiamar, Telfar, Sammy B. NY, and Viscera NY that were all featured at Harlem’s Fashion Row at the Studio Museum.

    Also, B. Michael, Dushane Noble for TSE with Jason Wu, Laquan Smith, Lois Samuel, Oswald Boateng, Stephen Burrows, Carly Cushnie of (Cushnie & Ochs) all showed during fashion week.

  • http://blackenterprise.com Janell Hazelwood

    @Arnold, yes, Korto Momolu is a great fashion industry talent. I’m quite familiar with her.

    @Brandice I’m glad you enjoyed the article and thank you for your talents. We actually featured Ms. Samuels about her line and how she’s continued pursuing her passion. Here’s a link to it: http://www.blackenterprise.com/small-business/2010/09/10/fashion-week-2010-top-model-talks-longevity-post-catwalk/ as well as features on some of the other notable industry professionals you mention.

    We plan to continue featuring great African American talents in the industry so please continue to check out our coverage.

    • http://www.kortomomolu.com Arnold Milfort

      Thank You Janell for creating this platform to showcase designers that are sometime over looked and giving them a spotlight, If you need anything please don’t hesitate to reach out to us

      Arnold Milfort
      Creative Director/Stylist
      Korto Momolu.com

    • http://www.harlemsfashionrow.com Brandice Henderson

      Great article on Ms. Samuels.

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  • Madalena

    Hi webtasmer, commenters and everybody else !!! The blog was absolutely fantastic! Lots of great information and inspiration, both of which we all need!b Keep em coming you all do such a great job at such Concepts can’t tell you how much I, for one appreciate all you do!

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