She’s working on a pop-up exhibit that will be an "exhibition of royal urban fantasy" featuring "spectacular whimsical Black designs, majestic swag, Afro art, and a host [of] celebrity royals".
The hairstylist teamed up with CreativeSoul Photography to bring a new royal Disney dream to life, this time with young Black girls at the center of the narrative. The result?
LaChanda enlisted the help of costume designers from across the globe — from Los Angeles to Nigeria — to create outfits worthy of royalty.
LaChanda Gatson didn’t see herself in fairy-tale princesses growing up, so she decided to rewrite the story.
"They need to know that they are too beautiful, talented, gifted, hold ancestral gifts, powerful, and just as deserving of a happily ever after". 9-Year-Old Asks 5 Questions About Race: "When Do I Go From Cute to Dangerous?
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