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OUT June 2020

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the team

BREYONA HOLT After experiencing the loss of her mother, the visual artist behind the Exquisite Eye brand has an increased appreciation for chronicling life and creating space for moments to outlive our memories. Holt developed her own personal style of photography to reflect those values, and has caught the eye of major brands such as Gap, Converse, and Beats by Dre. Breyona says she enjoys capturing the beautiful things around her—and Beija M. Velez (pages 60-66) certainly fits. @exquisite_eye AHMAD BARBER The Detroit-bred, Atlanta-based photographer may be as well known for his stunning “Body Shapes: The Unorthodox Series” as his work for Paper, Complex, Harper’s Bazaar, and Essence. His Pride series (pages 36-52) is equally compelling (but all the subjects have their heads visible in this one). @ahmadbarber BRIAN KAMINSKI Inspired by the beauty of…

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HOW DO YOU PULL TOGETHER an issue that is true to your vision of showcasing Pride and the Black experience while in the midst of a nationwide lockdown caused by a pandemic unlike anything we’ve seen in a century? If the year is 2020, you DM people. I sent messages to people like Beija Marie Velez (page 60), who I met years ago after casting her brother in a student film. Even then, it was clear that Beija was a force. Simply by existing in a photograph, on a panel, or as herself in a video game, she obliterates boundaries in the minds of young queer women of color who could never imagine themselves in the spaces she frequents. I know Beija has this effect. People who see her on the…

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my fashion faves for pride 2020

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dive in


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all you need is love

Aaron Lucero and Jeffrey Cannon didn’t pay much for their wedding. Though the ceremony and reception, held last November, boasted a photo booth from the The Snap Back Photo Booth Company, Texas BBQ from 5 Star Event Services, mariachis, live music by Serenata Strings, and more, the couple really only paid for the flowers and food—even the labor that it took to prepare the food and set up the flowers was free. The reason: More than 20 vendors donated their services for the nuptials when the couple made national headlines after being turned away from a Dallas venue by homophobic owners. When Lucero and Cannon met five years ago, things did not start off great. Lucero had come across Cannon’s unpretentious OKCupid profile describing a man who was a “world rover.”…

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congratulations goes to…

Mrs. and Mrs. Lakesha and Nikia Allen Meeting your forever at an in-home screening for the Floyd Mayweather and Marcos Maidana fight may sound unlikely, but that’s exactly what happened to Lakesha Allen and Nikia Hughley of Atlanta. The chance meeting turned into a committed five-year relationship, kicked off with a date at Café Intermezzo. “When I decided to finally pop the question, I knew more than anything I wanted her to be my forever,” Allen says. “I had finally narrowed down when and how I wanted to propose and I knew I wanted it to be intimate and not cliché.” The proposal saw Allen decorate the couple’s home with a dozen roses for each year they had been together—each bouquet included a special note explaining her feelings. The feelings were clearly…