AphroChic's ONE STORY UP podcast is a celebration of the culture of the African Diaspora and the stories that create it. Each month Jeanine Hays and Bryan Mason sit down with creatives, innovators and tastemakers from a variety of different disciplines to highlight the intersection and overlap of these fields while elevating and expanding our notion of Black culture, one story at a time.
This Land Is Our Land: A Tribe Called Camp
We're sitting down with Ron Frazier, the founder of A Tribe Called Camp, discussing his outdoor lifestyle concept - a movement that encourages Black people to get outside, travel and camp.
Re-Writing History: Fabiola Jean-Louis
Interdisciplinary artist Fabiola Jean-Louis weaves a narrative that blends past and future, fact and fantasy, afro-futurism and Black girl magic in her photographs and paper sculptures. We sit down with Fabiola to discuss her Re-Writing History series.
Nikia Phoenix: Black Girl Beautiful
AphroChic presents One Story Up, a celebration of the culture of the African Diaspora and the stories that create it. This month we sit down with Nikia Phoenix to discuss modeling, activism, and the journey to self-love.
Culture and Couture: The Influence of the African Diaspora on Fashion
Live from Dumbo House in Brooklyn, NY, we celebrate the launch of AphroChic Magazine by sitting down with stylists James Bianca, Donnell Baldwin, Courtney Arrington-Baldwin, and fashion designer Nana Yaa Asare-Boadu, to discuss the culture of the African Diaspora as a major influence on the world of fashion, issues with diversity in the industry and ways to create a more equitable fashion industry.
Fashion and Futurism: A Conversation with Jerome Lamaar
We sit down with Jerome LaMaar, fashion designer, trend forecaster and futurist, to discuss fashion and futurism. It's a discussion that leads us from his start as a 15-year-old designer for Baby Phat and into Afro-futurism and his groundbreaking showcase, Afri-Collision.
Perception, Perspective and History
A talk with filmmaker Adepero Oduye on radical creativity and her groundbreaking film, To Be Free, where Oduye transforms into the legendary Nina Simone.
Love this podcast! Such breadth and beautiful narrative. Look forward for more!
Love that aphrochic now has a podcast! Can’t wait to hear all the different interviews with Jeanine and Bryan.