Jane Mondays: Event ReCap3:08 PM
FOOD SHELTER CLOTHING
BUILDING AND BREAKING BREAD
"We believe that freedom comes in our ability to produce food, clothing, and shelter for ourselves. There is a generation of creative, free-thinking, luminaries already doing the work to move freedom from romantic struggle to fact of life."
In addition to Spring, friday marked the launch of the Food, Clothing, Shelter collective, the building block for unity, family and freedom. An organization of brotherhood and sisterhood and a hub of creativity. I was very honored to be considered a pillar and future member of said community and it was a privilege being in the presence of other young, black innovators and cultured creators. This dinner party and launch was curated by one of my very own big sister, Zoe Vickers of Why Zoe Creative and Agent VII and Creative professional,
The well-known vintage Brooklyn Loft known as, A Noble Savage acted as our Shelter for the evening (thanks Ali!) and we enjoyed a 5 course cuisine, signature cocktails while sharing stories of what inspires us and further building on the reality that we are in fact, the generation of "free-thinking luminaries". Pretty Inspiring! It was wonderful sharing similar views with like-minded young adults and even more important it was refreshing to see the change actually begin.
BTS camera phone image credit: @klowd9cochrane
Dine with Lady: preparations by Lady Day
Culinary x Creative Artist: Lade'
THE SHELTER: A Noble Savage
Bags x Bags x Bags
THE CLOTHING: Creatives Curators x a Collective
A Madd Fox: Modern Vintage Maven, Monteka Maddox
Zoe Vickers of Why Zoe Creative and Ms Maddox
Culinary Artist Rey Gibson
with Nigeria Beauty Folasade
Creative Professional +Lougè Delcy
LOOK By LeBlanc
Shirt: Male Button down by H&M
Jeans: Vintage High waist by Lee Jeans
Coat: Vintage and Faux Fur Dinner coat
Shoes: Black pumps by H&M
- Kinna LeBlanc is an unconventional Artist and Vintage Curatist
Visit: Kinna LeBlanc Creative for more information