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Smashing Pumpkins The Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Tour 1996 T-Shirt
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Smashing Pumpkins The Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Tour 1996 T-Shirt .I think at the ,I will do this beginning it was nice to have time to try new things—starting an earth garden, cooking, doing a puzzle, and sitting on the couch and doing nothing,” she explains. “But now, I’ve kind of fully pressed forward on working on different projects and evolving my brand into something that could stand on its own.” Akers’ quarantine tells the tale of dynamic sister duo Chloe x Halle, who ushered in a mature era with futuristic latex and chains, as well as the celebration of and homage to the Black diaspora through costumes in Beyonce’s Black Is King. Akers has spent her decades-spanning career using fashion to tell the stories of others, but quarantine provided her enough space to tell her own story. Black Owned Everything was just the start. Launched at the height of the pandemic, at a time where moments of Black joy were few and far between, Akers created the Black Owned Everything Instagram account to highlight emerging and established Black-owned brands in fashion, home goods, beauty, and more. She expanded the Instagram account into an e-commerce site that hosts pieces from Fe Noel, Brandon Blackwood NYC, Salone Monet, Skin Butter, Aliette, and more. Then she designed for Macy’s Icons of Style campaign. Simply put, Akers is the face of the Booked and Busy movement right now, which brings us to the latest stop on her tour: Styling Zales’ Mother’s Day campaign.
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Smashing Pumpkins The Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Tour 1996 T-Shirt Ahead, Zerina Akers talks about navigating the ,I will do this fashion industry during her early days, collaborating with Zales, and Black Owned Everything’s next steps. Challenging because a lot of people were affected in a negative way. A lot of my friends lost their parents or grandparents, lost a lot of people in their family, and trying to navigate through all of that. Rewarding because I was able to do so many different things and work on so many different projects. I’m thankful for the time I was able to create cool content with Chloe and Halle on their tennis court; designing and collaborating with Macy’s, starting a foundation. Without the lockdown, I probably have had the time to dig into what made that happen.