WAYW, Is an introspective multimedia project that delves into the minds of everyday people about why they wear what they wear. We often like to think that we don’t care much about clothing and fashion or how we dress, but there’s a rhyme to reason as to why we dress the way that we do. There’s an emphasis on “everyday people” because in today’s world there is a central focus on being famous and or receive a lot of attention to be validated and to matter.
The goal is to initiate a relationship with ourselves, in how we present ourselves to the world. Showing that there is much thought and consideration put into how we present ourselves, in terms of appearance.
Initiated by two womxn of color, African-American/Black and Afro-Vietnamese.
Black In…is a curated multimedia project, where individuals within the African-American, Black and African Diaspora community from various disciplines and backgrounds explore in conversation what success means, and how it has impacted their journey while highlighting their work.
a photo and audio based project, offering you tidbits of encouragement, to help you get through your everyday with a hint of natural beauty, inspiration and introspection.
By no means is this project meant to replace professional services for mental health.