Emmys 2017 Recap

Hello again to all of our FAB readers! We are back to give you all the load down on our favorite wins from this years Emmys. 

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First up, the one and only Donald Glover made history by becoming the first African American to win an Emmy for the best directing comedy award. However, his victorious night did not end there, he also ended up going home with an Emmy for best actor in a comedy prize. As an actor musician, director, producer, and more there not telling what next in store for Glover!

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Another first, Lena Waithe became the first African American woman to take home an Emmy for best comedy series writer for her part in “Master of None”. She gave a homage to the L.G.B.Q.T.I.A. family and what each of them bring to the world as a whole.

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In addition, females continued to dominate the night with “Big Little Lies” taking home Emmys for best mini series, Jean-Marc Vallée won for directing, Nicole Kidman for lead actress, Laura Dern for supporting actress and Alexander Skarsgard for supporting actor. A second season now seems inevitable even though the series as a whole was never intended to continue after the end of season one.

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Finally, rounding out our favorite wins of the night “The Handmaid’s Tale” came out winning big! Emmy wins included best drama, Elizabeth Moss with best actress in a drama, Bruce Miller with best writing in a drama, Reed Morano with best directing in a drama, and Ann Dowd with with best supporting actress in a drama. This series represents Hulu’s first big breakout hit and a network. While other streaming providers like Netflix are better known, Hulu is the first to win an Emmy for a Drama series.

That wraps up our favorite wins for this years Emmys! Comment down below your favorite wins and share with friends 🙂


Wishing you the best,

The FAB Team,


Black Girl Magic: 20 FAB Coachella Looks

If it’s spring, then it’s time for Coachella 2017!  Every year thousands head to the small desert town, Indio, for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and we’re no different.  Even though this modern day Woodstock features some of the world’s top bands and music artists, we are all about the fashion.  From bold expressions of style to the coolest carefree get-ups, here are some FAB looks we loved.




















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Can’t Hide Our Love for Hidden Figures


This week we are crushing hard on Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monae.  While everyone else can’t stop talking about the envelope shuffle over La La Land and Moonlight, I’m still focusing on how incredible it is that Hidden Figures was nominated for three academy awards: Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress, and Adapted Screenplay!

As bummed as I am to find out that the movie did not happen to win in any of these categories, I’m more than ecstatic that a film like this was nominated in so many categories and has already snagged a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast and multiple NAACP Image Awards just to name a few.

With recent controversy over the years regarding “Oscar’s so white”, it’s refreshing to see a nomination of a movie that not just has a diverse, mostly Black cast, but also has a cast that is most significantly female.


Coincidentally, February is Black History Month, and March is Women’s History Month. All of this attention could not have come at a more perfect time!
The celebration of diversity and being proud of your culture and ethnicity is exactly what Fashionistas For You is all about. You can be any race, shape, size, height, or ethnicity, and still be crazy intelligent, as well as crazy beautiful. We love that Hidden FIgures embodies that part of our mission statement and recommend that you take the time to watch the movie for the first time (or 10th time, like us)!

Aleksandra, Sara & Charissa

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15 FAB Style Stars from Brooklyn’s 2016 Afropunk Festival

Brooklyn’s in the house! When it comes to fashion our FAB Design Founder says it best, “Design is both the conduit through which we express ideas as well as the most raw way we communicate” and that is never more apparent than at the Afropunk Festivals where carefully curated outfits become wearable art and billboards speaking volumes about a multicultural movement of freedom, creativity and acceptance.  Check out a few Style Stars we found who confidently and unapologetically rocked their looks…
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