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You know that ONE bag that has been through every airport, every country and basically can survive the apocalypse if it came down to it? This duffel from #HarrietsAlterEgo has held me down for a decade now. It’s perfect for when you know you will want to bring some things back from your jaunt! -SW #packingagain #parlourlife #passportlife #travel

You know that ONE bag that has been through every airport, every country and basically can survive the apocalypse if it came down to it? This duffel from #HarrietsAlterEgo has held me down for a decade now. It’s perfect for when you know you will want to bring some things back from your jaunt! -SW #packingagain #parlourlife #passportlife #travel

One month to go until we hit Barbados for the#FoodWineRum Festival! Between the beach, friends, food and rum - we don’t know what to look forward to the most! Hit ParlourMagazine.com for all things Barbados, including an exclusive discount for your hotel stay. Cheap + Chic? All day!

One month to go until we hit Barbados for the#FoodWineRum Festival! Between the beach, friends, food and rum - we don’t know what to look forward to the most! Hit ParlourMagazine.com for all things Barbados, including an exclusive discount for your hotel stay. Cheap + Chic? All day!

It’s all going down September 26—Social Media Week London— KweekWeek Headquarters. Join us as we partner with The: NuBlk and Tam+Sam to host an evening discussion on technology’s influence on shaping narratives about Africa and the Diaspora.  
Speakers include:
Eddie Smith (SoulCulture), Mazuba Kapambwe (Fest Gurus), Ikenna Azuike (What’s Up Africa), Don Kwelu (Brothers with No Game), Chantal Miller (Creative I.D.) and Ngozi Odita (Society HAE).  
Moderated by Bim Adewunmi of The Guardian
For more information, visit: www.bit.ly/digitaldiaspora
See you there!

It’s all going down September 26—Social Media Week London— KweekWeek Headquarters. Join us as we partner with The: NuBlk and Tam+Sam to host an evening discussion on technology’s influence on shaping narratives about Africa and the Diaspora. 

Speakers include:

Eddie Smith (SoulCulture), Mazuba Kapambwe (Fest Gurus), Ikenna Azuike (What’s Up Africa), Don Kwelu (Brothers with No Game), Chantal Miller (Creative I.D.) and Ngozi Odita (Society HAE). 

Moderated by Bim Adewunmi of The Guardian

For more information, visit: www.bit.ly/digitaldiaspora

See you there!

The Parlour ladies survived the Beer in Am.., er, Made in America festival this weekend in Philadelphia. Aside from the numerous almost altercations and madness we endured, there were some fantastic acts, all of which performed exactly on time. From Beyonce to Nine Inch Nails and QOTSA to Calvin Harris and 2 Chainz, it was top notch. Here’s Rudimental, Shannon’s favorite group from the party. I liked them too! Enjoy! - Hills