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An ode to braids and its signification of black culture and sisterhood

This editorial is an ode to braids and its signification of black culture and sisterhood. Besides being a viable option for those lazy days where we don’t want to deal with our hair, braids have served as a method of self-expression and individuality for black girls. Through the pull and tug of each strand, black girls are reminded of their strength and resilience.

Photographer: Jordan Patterson @jordanjpatterson | Stylist and Creative Director: Margo Hannah @margo_ashleyy | Hair: Victoria Lashae @victorialashae & Molina Milfort @molina_milfort | Makeup: Marlee Duncan @marleyymar_ | Models: Nas’tassia Simpson @nastassiasays & Pierrah Hilaire @pierrahh


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