The devil works hard but Nike works harder. The apparel brand settled its lawsuit with MSCHF, the company that created the viral Satan Shoes. But what does Nike’s win mean for the future of custom kicks?
This issue was not premeditated. If you haven’t noticed, Neri has been on a content hiadus. We’ve been (heavily) preparing to relaunch for the #2020Vision issue in January. For the past 6 months we’ve been focused on fine tuning our marketing strategies, securing editors and working on Neri Media’s brand imaging projects. Then all of […]
Listen to this interview on The Neri Magazine Podcast Immediately following the beauty extravaganza that was African Fashion Week Toronto (#AFWT2019), Neri Media debuted The Neri Magazine Podcast by having an intimate chat with one of Canada’s leading African fashion designers. Zeena Kay‘s work is exciting and highly impactful. This vanguard de vêtements specializes in […]
If asked, this Brampton Ontario native will openly tell you of a childhood marked with painful events that marred her physically, mentally and emotionally. It’s hard to conceive that the infectious beacon of joy she is now is the same girl featured in her horrible narratives of domestic violence, decumbent self-esteem, mental abuse, suicide attempts, alcoholism, rape, promiscuity and rebellion. She speaks of her past openly, not like a girl whose soul was repeatedly punctured without recovery. When I note to Nini the lack of shame in her tone, and how much it sounds like she’s telling me about a completely different person, she smiled at me and said, “I am.”
Once upon a time when Michael Jackson was still alive, high bangs and bamboo earrings were “da lick” and people knew everyone’s phone number by heart, women of color (WOC) who wore nylon stockings had a choice of 3 colors; Spice, Nightshade or Taupe. For the rebels like me who weren’t fans of the ashy […]