On April 24, Lexus and Black Enterprise presented its second event celebrating “The Good Life.” Women of Power TV personality Dariany Santana hosted the private affair, as the who’s who in entertainment, media, fashion and business came together to highlight what it means to live life to its fullest.
Among “The Good Life” featured guests, who were interviewed in the latest Lexus NX, were Natasha Eubanks, founder of popular celebrity and lifestyle blog, TheYBF.com, supermodel Bobby Roache, and singer Esnavi. Celebrity guests included fashion stylist (of the Queen Bey herself) and creative director Ty Hunter, Kevin Thompson, the face and voice of AOL’s Moviefone, actor Julito McCullum (of The Wire, entertainment exec Lenny the Barber, and more. Black Enterprise social media manager, Sirita Wright, hosted a Google Hangouton site.
The YBF Founder Natasha Eubanks and Women of Power co-host Dariany Santana show off their style with the new Lexus NX.
The latest Lexus NX was the centerpiece of this VIP event.
The Lexus NX features a spacious and luxe interior.
Model Bobby Roache strikes a pose with the sporty, chic vehicle.
Singer Esnavi, who’s new single, “Think About It,” is hitting the airwaves, gets comfy with the new Lexus NX.
Bite-sized chicken and waffles never tasted so good, thanks to Chef Kimberly VanKline, who provided delicious hors d’oeuvres.
The dapper designer Zedekiah of Alexander Nash NYC said “The Good Life” is enjoying your hard work, building bridges with others and, of course, dressing. He along with other guests, enjoyed cocktails featuring Ciroc vodka.
Boss moment: Chef Kimberly VanKline and Black Enterprise President and CEO Earl “Butch” Graves.
Actor Julito McCullum, straight from the set of his new movie, Brotherly Love, and a guest, brought their A game.
Notorious actor Marc John Jefferies was a second-time guest this year, celebrating with Black Enterprise and Lexus.
Designer and minister twins Bruce and Glen Proctor snap a #BEGoodLife selfie. Glen says that “The good Life” for him is “knowing your purpose.”
Ty Hunter, stylist to the incomparable Beyonce, knows that humor is a big part of “The Good Life.”
PYNK magazine’s Mecca Moore, founder of TheYBF.com, Natasha Eubanks, and one-half of Stuff Fly People Like duo Rae Holliday know what it means to live “The Good Life” as millennial entrepreneurs.
Entertainment executive Lenny the Barber talks “The Good Life” with BE Digital.
Bobby Roache and Kevin “Mr. Moviefone” Thompson enjoy a moment with Black Enterprise vice president and director of digital, Shelly Jones Jennings.
During red carpet-style interviews, guest Kevin “Mr. Moviefone” Thompson talked brands and his version of “The Good Life” with BlackEnterprise.com Associate Managing Editor Janell Hazelwood. (Images: Christian Harris)
The YBF’s Natasha Eubanks helps us bring in “The Good Life.”
Beyonce’s stylist Ty Hunter and SFPL co-founder Rae Holliday share a camera moment.