by Dhara Singh - Follow @BrownGirlMag When the recent “cyclone blizzard” hit the east coast two weeks ago, I was casually exploring the cities of Austin and San Antonio in Texas with my...
"We hadn’t seen many brown girls with a boutique that represents a laid back, causal, Texan style. We want to be able to reach these girls and also show them that you don’t have to be a certain image to wear the latest trends!"
Every day things happen that throw off our plans. Weddings get rained on, events get canceled and places get snowed in. We accept and expect Mother Nature of being unpredictable, but that doesn’t mean we are always prepared. We are not always kind to her nor each other. At times I question our humanity and where it has gone, especially with everything going on in the world. But this weekend, my hope in humanity has been restored.
Ladies, I’m sure we’ve all had those moments while getting ready for a night out, as we scour through multiple outfits, often it’s the classic Little Black Dress that saves the day! On April 21st, 2017, Texas Health is giving women in Texas the chance to, once again, get out their Little Black Dress (LBD), but this time for a specific cause.
Founded by Sruthi Mohan, Tat Tvam Asi showcases a curated series entitled The Panchakanya Project, based on the five Panchakanya women Ahalya, Draupadi, Kunti, Tara and Mandodari from the Indian Epics of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata.
For the first time, women’s rights and sexual abuse are trending topics with mainstream media due to a rise in reported cases.
Around the world, over one-third of teenage girls aspire to walk the runway in dangerously high heels, flaunting themselves to the shutterbugs with a desire to possess the widely sought after “it factor.”