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Monday, February 2, 2015

Macy's Black History Month: The Soul Era


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Join Macy’s in celebrating and saluting Black History Month and “The Soul Era” of style with celeb stylists June Ambrose and costume designer, Johnetta Boone. The work of these two two incredible talents speak for themselves. They’ve styled superstars such as BeyoncĂ©, Jay-Z, Will Smith, and Zoe Saldana and have been featured in Vogue Germany, New York Magazine,VH1 and HBO. June Ambrose and Johnetta Boone is partnering with Macy’s to take a stylish look back at the fashion, accessories and attitude that rocked the runways of the '60s and '70s, undeniably influence the way we look and dress today.

So how do you join the conversation and the fashionable fun? They are coming to a Macy’s near you! Macy’s will host their Black History Month events in the following cities and locations:

● Macy’s Herald Square (New York) - February 4, 6pm

● Macy’s Lenox Square (Atlanta) - February 6, 7pm

● Macy’s Aventura (Miami) - February 7, 6:30pm

● Macy’s Metro Center (Washington DC) - February 12, 5:30pm

● Macy’s Baldwin Hills (Los Angeles) - February 26, 6:30pm

 I will be attending the New York event on February 4th and I hope to see you there!
 
 

Following the panel, there will be a reception for the attendees and lots of fashion to choose from. With June and Johnetta present, it’s no questions that there will also be tons of inspiration.
 
Visit macys.com/celebrate through February 28th to enter for thechance to win a trip for 2 to New York City, the style capital of theworld, a Macy's shopping spree and a makeover by celebrity stylist, June Ambrose!

 Sweepstake starts on February 1st, 2015 at 12:01am EST
   and ends February 28, 2015 at 11:59pm EST.
Must be 18 or older
 Void in Puerto Rico, Alaska, and Hawaii

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