Macy’s Celebrates Black History Month With Panel of Culture and Fashion Influencers

Macy's kicks off culture and style series to honor Black History Month

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National department store Macy’s is celebrating Black History Month with a series of in-store events featuring a panel of African American luminaries who are pioneering the next generation of activists and style innovators. Actress, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, most known for her role on the Emmy Award-winning TV series, Friday Night Lights and her upcoming role on the TV series, Underground, will host each Black History Month event at several Macy’s locations throughout the month.

The first event kicks off on February 3, in New York City at Macy’s Herald Square featuring Grammy Award-winning artist Monica, TV personality Terrence J. Jenkins, and special guest host, Fashion Editor of Essence, Joiee Thorpe. According to Macy’s website, panelists will take an entertaining look at the next wave of African American cultural luminaries and taste-makers. Following the discussion, guests can enjoy a special reception with hors d’oeuvres, specialty cocktails provided by Cîroc Vodka, and live music. Plus, guests can get a chance to meet the talent and snap a photo with them. Lastly, enjoy a behind-the-scenes trailer of Jurnee’s new show Underground on WGN America, and with any $25 Macy’s purchase receive a copy of Monica’s new album.

Here’s a snapshot of the BHM events celebrating culture and style:

Chicago, IL
Macy’s State Street
Wednesday February 10

Washington, D.C.
Macy’s Metro Center
Thursday, February 11

Atlanta, GA
Macy’s Lenox Square
Friday, February 12

Aventura, Fl
Macy’s Aventura
Saturday, February 13

San Francisco, CA
Macy’s Union Square
Wednesday, February 17

Los Angeles, CA
Macy’s Baldwin Hills
Thursday, February 18

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