Chock full of people of color, it’s a chance to mix, mingle, drink great wine and engage in a focused cultural event. Last year, the event featured a fashion show; this year, filmmakers of color showed shorts and drummed up interest for their feature films. I attended to catch a bit of Real Urban Professional Style, and was not disappointed!
These young men looked dapper in argyle sweater vests, glasses, and blazers, while the young lady in the middle keeps cool in a belted seafoam tunic worn over footless tights.
It’s spring, but baby it’s cold outside! These girls struck a balance in sleeveless dresses worn with tights and booties.
Hello ladies! These two beauties look cool and carefree in strapless dresses in seasonless marigold and cream.
Traditional v-neck sweaters and blazers were the rule for these two young men…
These young urban professionals were corporate yet cool in pencil skirts, pumps, and shift dresses in neutral colors like gray and black…
*Want to become involved with the New York Urban League Young Professionals? Check out their website (www.nyul.org) here.
*Check out my post from Rebirth 2007. These events are always super fun!
*Want to be hip to the New York Urban Professional Scene? Check out my girl Jen at the B-Life (www.the-b-life.blogspot.com). She always has the rundown of what’s poppin in NYC, plus restaurant reviews and more! Tell her I sent ya:)
…who looked hotter? [Bossip]
*Yet another story on April’s Vogue Cover. The author wonders about Annie Leibovitzâ€™s’ ‘inspiration‘ and mixes in some history. An interesting read! [Media Assasin]