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Y. Michele Kang has officially become the Washington Spirit’s majority owner, becoming the first woman of color to hold a majority stake in a National Women’s Soccer League franchise, the team announced Wednesday morning.
Sale of NWSL’s Spirit closes, making history for owner Michele Kang, The Washington Post
Y. Michele Kang is now the majority owner of the Washington Spirit, the team announced Wednesday, having closed a $35 million deal that makes her the first woman of color to own a controlling stake in a National Women’s Soccer League team.
In life, André Leon Talley was a towering figure, famous for what he knew—and how he spoke—about culture and style; for the elegant circles that he ran in; and for the way that he carried himself in an industry where few people looked like him. Yet as a memorial for the late Vogue editor made clear on Friday, Talley was also a humble man, a generous man, and a man of deep and resounding faith. (He was, after all, a Southerner, brought up in Durham, North Carolina by his devout and beloved grandmother.)
14 Stylish Moms on What They Actually Want for Mother’s Day, Harper’s Bazaar
“If I really have to choose one gift I’d like this year, it’s the Zoe Mule by Hanifa. Hanifa is a Black-owned brand that I’ve supported for a few years, and this new piece is my latest obsession.”
Shoto is a sight for weary eyes, and a must for Japanese food fans, The Washington Post
“There’s no bad seat at Shoto.” So says Arman Naqi, the London-born, Bethesda-raised founder and managing partner behind downtown Washington’s new Japanese restaurant, the splashiest dining room to open in the region during the pandemic and, since its February debut, one of the most challenging to book. If you like to dine at 5 p.m. or after 9, here’s the spot.
Manifest embraced the multifaceted role of barbershops; it also includes a coffee shop, boutique, and cocktail bar.
It was an honor to witness the remembrance of my dear friend and fashion industry icon.