Model, Actress and Activist Ebonee Davis Steals the Scene at This Year’s NYFW

In CLIENTS, Ebonee Davis on September 11, 2018 at 5:01 pm

Model, actress and activist Ebonee Davis is killing the game at New York Fashion Week. Topping multiple best dressed lists with stunning looks at every fashion week event she attended. Starting with Harper’s Bazaar Fashion Icons event to Telfar after party, down to her street style, Davis is serving looks!

Ebonee looked angelic in the opening look for Pyer Moss’ Spring 2019 runway show in an all white silk collared gown. Proudly wearing her natural afro on the catwalk looking elegant as ever.


We look forward to many more stunning runway and street-style looks to come. Keep up with Ebonee’s stylish looks on her instagram @eboneedavis


Model, Actress and Activist Ebonee Davis opens up to Allure Magazine about “Good Hair”

In CLIENTS, Ebonee Davis on August 8, 2018 at 1:58 pm


Model Ebonee Davis knows it is no secret that growing up as a black woman, your hair is a touchy subject, and the “good hair” conversation is inevitable. But what is “good hair?” This term usually refers to women of color with a loose curl pattern and soft texture and unfortunately leaves out women with coarser texture and undefined kinks. The Perception Institute’s 2017 “Good Hair” study suggests that “a majority of people, regardless of race and gender, hold some bias toward women of color based on their hair.”

According to Davis, “The world is created with whiteness as the standard, the baseline for everything, when whiteness is the standard, anything outside of that is going to be seen as weird or inadequate. You’re programming people to believe that the way that they’re born, the way that they move through the world, the way that they look, their appearance — everything about them is inferior or inadequate.”


“Sometimes I’ll go to set and hairdressers will say, ‘Oh, your hair’s already done,'” Davis shares. “I usually have it in a wash-and-go. They’ll say, ‘There’s not much we can do,’ and I’m like, there’s so much we can do. There are so many options. It’s like architecture. You just have to know how to get in there and work with it.”


Although there is till much ground to cover, we are beginning to see some change about how people view ethnic hair. Davis has been pushing this movement by proudly wearing her natural curl and texture.

“It’s not about perfection, instead it’s about the freedom of loving yourself,” hairstylist Seto McCoy says. “Hair is one of the most important elements to knowing one’s identity. Why not express than unapologetically?”




Actor Kofi Siriboe, star of “Queen Sugar” casted as the Leading Man in the upcoming film “Really Love”

In CLIENTS, Kofi Siriboe on August 3, 2018 at 3:56 pm

Actor, Kofi Siriboe, who is currently starring on OWN’s Queen Sugar has been cast as the leading man in first-time feature director, Angel Kristi Williams’ new film, Really Love. Siriboe plays an up-and-coming painter who breaks into the competitive art industry and must choose between a whirlwind romance and his budding career as a successful painter.


Really Love, is the newest film from Charles King‘s team at MACRO starring Siriboe, also includes Tristan Mack WildsNaturi NaughtonUzo Aduba and Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing, who will play Siriboe’s beautiful love interest. Really Love is set to begin filming this summer in Baltimore and Washington D.C.

Until Really Love premieres, you can catch Siriboe on Queen Sugar, the movie Girl’s Trip and also his own production, WTF Is Mental Health, a short film documentary that explores mental health among young black people.