So ladies and gentlemen, Yahaya and I have been working together for a while… like a loooooong while and naturally, the time has come for us to merge our superpowers (eating Haribo and Coffee) together! We are The White List and we will be posting, collaborating and showcasing all the things we love, right here!
So a little about me… I’m Lloyd, I love all things dough related… Croissants, Cake and most of all, Pizza. Who doesn’t right? One of my greatest passions is travelling and we have lots to share with you. I also love fashion and together, we have some exciting plans that have just been announced *watch this space*.
Yahaya and I have been working together for… well, ummmm nine years now and we cannot wait to share more of our experiences with you guys… I promise not to post too many pizza related topics!
Anyway, without blabbing much more – we had a little impromptu photo-shoot this week and thought it would be great to share some of these with you! Cant wait to speak to you more about my upcoming post!
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So guys and girls, Mazda have produced, what has to be a wicked video featuring the awesomely talented Beardyman. He might be a well-known musician now but it hasn’t always been the case for beat-boxer Beardyman. Watch as he takes us through his unique and convention-defying process of creating music. In his own words, you’ve got to see it to understand it!
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I love a good read… Sitting down in front of the fire, a hot chocolate in hand. The only thing that really tops this though is a book with beautiful pictures and awe inspiring quotes. I was just introduced to a truly amazing book entitled The Way We Wore: Black Style Then, Michael McCollom chronicles African-Americans fashion from the 1940s through today. Featuring snapshots of over 150 black men and women’s most unforgettable “style moments”, the book includes personal photographs taken from the author’s own family and circle of friends including Oprah Winfrey, James Baldwin, Iman, Naomi Campbell, Tyra Banks, Tracy Reese, Patrick Kelly, Kimora Lee, Bobby Short, Bethann Hardison, and Portia LaBeija, among countless others.
What I truly love about this book is its candid look at fashion. It feels very personal and unique and its great to see the transformation of fashion over the last half a century or so! Some outfits are dynamic and outrageous—elaborate hairstyles and chunky shoes, enormous earrings and funky glasses (I really wish I could pull off some funky glasses). Other styles are striking in their elegance and composure, just take a look at some of the pictures I have included below.