Founded by New York-based writer Anthonia Akitunde, mater mea is an online magazine that celebrates the lives of women of color as they balance work and motherhood. Using stunning photography and in-depth profiles, readers are immersed into the lives of awe-inspiring women in the most intimate of settings: at home.
After two big moves — one from Brooklyn, New York back to her native Minneapolis, Minnesota, and then from one house to another — musician Sarah White’s home life finally seems to be settling down. Her work life, though, is another story.
“Every day is really different,” White says of her three-fold hustle (she’s a singer, DJ, and a freelance photographer). “Some days I don’t work at all, and other days I work multiple jobs. It’s a really crazy schedule. You just kind of [have to] flow with it.”
A year and a half ago, it would have been almost unthinkable to turn to a friend and say, "You know what? I haven't seen much of that Anne Hathaway lately."
Flash forward to 2014 and, aside from production stills from the set of The Intern, her upcoming film with Robert DeNiro, the actress has been pretty much MIA read
With her offbeat yet ladylike aesthetic, British-bred Kate Foley has become a fixture in the New York fashion scene. Formerly a stylist at Vogue Turkey in London, she first ventured to this side of the Atlantic for a buying position at Opening Ceremony more than six years ago. Today, she's a freelance stylist and read