This man’s style is out of this world! Apuje Kalu is an artistic genius…
Check out his webite: http://apujekalu.com/index2.php?v=v1#/home/
Apuje (A-Pooh-Jay) Kalu’s talents are indefinable. He is an instinctive freelance fashion stylist and creative director from Washington, DC known for his eye for detail and infectious smile. Apuje injects forethought, creativity, and boundless energy into every project and brings an aptitude for organization and structure thanks to his engineering background.
Drawing inspiration from the intricacies of life, Apuje’s body of work reflects his ability to connect with his clients and translate their ideas through the use of form, patterns, texture, and color. The result is a product that evokes emotion and tells a compelling story.
A nomad of sorts, Apuje will travel for fashion, bacon and anything red velvet.
The Tuskegee Airmen (332nd Fighter Group/477 Bombardment Group) were the first African American military pilots in the U.S. Army. Jim Crow Laws were strongly enforced during WWII, segregating and discriminating against blacks inside and outside the military. Despite these racial adversities and prejudice, the Tuskegee Airmen trained and flew during the war with honor and distinction.
REDTAILS is an epic movie inspired by these heroic aviators. The film features an all-star cast: Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard, Nate Parker, Ne-Yo, Tristan Wilds, Marcus T. Paulk, Michael B. Jordan, Method Man, and others.
REDTAILS releases in theaters Friday, January 20, 2012.
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Karega Bailey Presents - Symbols Speak So Loud (With Commentary By Dr. Cornel West) (by SOLSpoken)
Sweet Queen Coretta,
Sweet Brother Malcolm,
Sweet Queen Betty,
Sweet Mother Mary,
Sweet Father Joseph,
We made it in America…