Dionne Warwick’s concert review, Ty-Ron Mayes style picks for The MET Gala via digital art, Kevan Hall’s S/S 2021 show “Brushstrokes,” and Agnes Bethel shoes are just a few of the highlights featured in AGENDA’s Autumn 2021, Issue #16!
LOS ANGELES, CA, November 09, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — The weather’s getting colder and the days are growing shorter. Yes, autumn has always been synonymous with falling leaves and fashion. All over the world, fashion weeks showed their spring/summer 2022 collections, and AGENDA’s 151-page glossy has followed suit with runway, proudly flaunting Kevan Hall’s “Brushstrokes”—a huge hit on the catwalk in New York. For autumn/winter 2021 collections, Rains “Anticipate” puts on an intensely dramatic virtual show with a limited edition collection designed exclusively for their CGI runway; and Nehera AW 2021 “Meta” premiered a warm and inviting collection of fall favorites during Paris FW. Fashion spreads featured inside AGENDA include Naked Cashmere and the fashion editorial “12th Floor on 6th & Spring,” starring AGENDA’s cover model Claire Walters who co-stars with model Brooke Charlese. Ash Gupta’s VERIFIED features Billboard charting recording artist INAS X.
AGENDA’s Editor-In-Chief peers into plus size, pertaining to fashion and beauty trends as she writes about the fast-growing community of curvy, full-figured women and her plea for designers to meet the demand.
“Marilyn Monroe was actually a size 12. However, that size 12 is not accurate by today’s sizing charts. Nevertheless, she was celebrated for her curves. So, through the years, spanning from the early 1960s to 2021, a lot has changed. People are bigger, there’s no denying that. And even though it was a gradual process, the fashion industry sure took their dear sweet time catching up to this underserved demographic.”—Kaylene Peoples, Fashion Talk from the article, “Curvy and Proud of It: & They Call Me Plus Size”
Fashion Whisperer Ty-Ron Mayes reviews the recent MET Gala with a unique perspective via his own original digital art in “The MET Gala’s Cacophony of Americana.” Mayes focuses on celebrities including Kendall Jenner, Debra Harry, Jennifer Lopez, Iman, and others.
“I like to think of it as a high fashion rollercoaster full of highs and lows. Why? Because we tune in to experience The MET Ball for amazing couture, unusual fashions, and the spectacle we call “celebrity,” and have come to expect.” –Ty-Ron Mayes, Fashion Whisperer
For Black Design Collective, we meet Leslie and Justice Bessent, who have taken luxury shoe design to new levels. In their interview, “Agnes Bethel: The Shoes That Create Experiences,” this power couple talks about what makes their company a standout.
“. . . one day I accompanied my wife as she went shoe shopping. She asked to see a pair by a designer (I will not name) and tried them on. She didn’t love them, but she did like them enough to consider the purchase. I, however, disagreed with her choice. I then bet her that I (a man who had never designed shoes) could do a better job; the stipulation was that if I did design a better pair, I would have to have them made for her. After that, all I did was design.” –Designer Justice Bessent, Agnes Bethel
Beauty by Shahada Karim talks bath bombs, a non-psychoactive broad-spectrum CBD, and muscle-soothing solutions. Esthetician Jennifer Christie lends her expertise in the quest for clear, unblemished skin in her article. Focusing on hair, Karim reviews the following products: Raintree, Innisfree, and Slip
For alternative health and wellness, an interview by Melanie Wise (Wise Remedies) titled, “Overcoming Chronic Health Issues with Anthony William, Part 2,” raises consciousness, stemming from this informative discussion. Part one of this three-part interview appeared in an earlier issue of AGENDA.
“Alternative medicine has become as successful as it is today, because you are told to remove processed foods; and that can move some people forward. But unfortunately, it doesn’t heal the root cause, because both conventional and alternative medical communities aren’t aware of the true causes of so many illnesses and symptoms.” – Anthony William
Iconic pop singer Dionne Warwick was recently in concert – that review is in this issue. “The amphitheater was packed with adoring fans on Friday, October 1st, 2021, when the legendary vocalist performed her show at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach, CA. Her fans sang along to the hit songs that created the singer’s legacy as one of the most iconic female pop vocalists of all time.” – “Dionne Warwick: Sixty Years Performing and Still Counting” by Sheryl Aronson, Arting Around
Zac Baldwin gives his review of DISHONOR THY FATHER, a novel by Mike Robinson & M.J. Richards; “The book is filled with inner dialogues of various characters, and is a unique murder mystery romance with the distinct virtue of surprising the reader on several levels.” States Baldwin. And AMBULANCE, a thriller directed by Michael Bay and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Eiza González, is scheduled for release in theaters on February 18, 2022, by Universal Pictures. ELLE Magazine Celebrates their (27th annual) 2021, Women in Hollywood Presented by Ralph Lauren and Lexus, honoring several women, including Halle Berry, Demi Moore, and hosted by Eva Longoria.
Fashion Archives opens a time capsule of classic looks from way back when with designers (the late) Cynthia Rowley whose New York runway features top models from 2006-2007. Beauty Backstage with vintage Eli Saab is highlighted, along with Saab’s stunning fashion show from the past on the final pages.
AGENDA is the fashion and lifestyle magazine that has been telling the story behind the story since 2004, is a print and online magazine with a diverse readership, consisting mostly of women from various backgrounds, ranging from college age to 65 years old and beyond. AGENDA is credited for being the first online magazine to stream video and documentary-style interviews. In print since 2014 (including the Special Editions and Collector’s Issues), the magazine has consistently put out breathtaking coffee table keepsakes with content, including fashion, beauty, photography, interviews, entertainment, and more. AGENDA magazine is available in print worldwide! The multicultural fashion and lifestyle magazine has crossed continents, bringing a new perspective to the world of fashion and journalism. AGENDA’s Autumn 2021, Issue #16 has a 151-page count, is a full-color glossy periodical and is available in print and digital.
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