Tones of Melanin by Ashley Jones is the only HBCU brand that is created by a HBCU graduate that is sold at 3 major retailers.
Hyp Kreationz apparel founder and Bethune-Cookman University alumna Krystal Winston is using her experiences to bring cultural awareness to HBCU students.
Love wearing HBCU T-shirts? Check out these graphic Tees designed and distributed by Black College Graduates. Be sure to support their online stores too.
College days are the special time of your life that you will remember forever. Have you ever thought about what makes college life so special? Yes, there is only one thing that makes these years the best years of your life; i.e. “you are on the receiving side, all the time”. From the care and […]
In college, you can’t have the same storage space that you have at home, and this could lead to clothing problem if you’re not particularly vigilant about your wardrobe. Have a favourite color You may end up filling your closet with items of the same color and be known as “the kid who always wears […]
Source : Bobbie Crockett | uapbnews PINE BLUFF, Ark. – As they prepare students to work in the fashion industry, instructors at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff are employing some of the latest technology and techniques. For example, an environmental test chamber looks like something straight out of science fiction: a large, stainless […]
Entry #16, November 29, 2010 Article by HBCU Digest: Answering the call to develop a national pride amongst historically black colleges and universities, Historically Black Apparel is seeking to develop HBCU advocates one t-shirt at a time. With a positive message and a socially-conscious mission, HBAPride is the latest fashion brand to bring HBCU social […]