Qweens Beauty Magazine is so excited for Black Panther's success, and here is why Qweens thinks it is so revolutionary. From the makeup, to the hair to the representation, it's something worth talking about.
Qween of the Week Grace Boyega chats with Qweens founder, Elizabeth Oloidi about her journey in the world of fashion, as a plus-size black woman, and her future projects for her other creative venture, producing and directing.
We chat with Frances Shortt-Carattini, founder and owner of Anther Accessories about her inspiration for making a change in the world through her entrepreneurship, and what that could mean for combatting social injustices.
Deborah Millington founded Right to Bare in September 2018, after a year of planning, and has since designed and produced a rainbow of camisoles, fit for all shapes and sizes. Her message is clear: feel confident while being a super role model. Millington chats with Qweens about her journey of self-love and body positivity through her company and how she hopes her brand does the same for others.
Tahlia Gray, founder of Sheer Chemistry chats with Qweens about why redefining what nude means to include the diverse shades of women of colour is important and how she hopes that Sheer Chemistry will show the world that nude is not synonymous with beige, and all women should feel beautiful, especially in their tights.
Tolu Agbelusi’s background as a lawyer and personal experience as an immigrant gave her insight to explore immigration in the modern-day UK as the theme for her playwriting debut. Qweens spoke with Agbelusi about the creation of Ilé La Wà and what a play of its calibre can do for conversations on immigration.