Fashion Q&A with Emil Wilbekin

Emil Wilbekin

Born and raised in Ohio, Emil Wilbekin grew up loving fashion. And by following the wisdom of “do what you love,” he became a major player in the fashion world – as a journalist, stylist, brand consultant and President/CCO of World of Wilbekin. His impressive credentials include Editor-at-Large at ESSENCE Magazine and Fashion Director and Editor-in-Chief at Vibe. Emil recently sat down with us to talk about personal style, working with Tom Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, how to accessorize to make a statement, and what he likes about Caché.

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Caché For A Cure

10 Ways to Fight Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This Sunday Caché will join the fight by participating in the Making Strides Walk in Central Park. To help spread the word about the fight against breast cancer we’ve put together a list of 10 Ways you can join the fight below. See you in the park!

BCA Walk

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Now Playing @ West 38th

Today on West 38th it’s all about singing your heart out for the love of fashion and no one does that better than Sam Smith on his single “Stay with Me.” 

Sam Smith

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Tourist in Your Town: Chicago

Millennium Park

They don’t call it the windy city for nothing! Since the industrial revolution, Chicago has nearly quadrupled in population. It’s an action packed city where there is never a dull moment. And so with every opportunity the wind blows our way, we dress for the occasion!

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Now Playing @ West 38th

This week we’re loving Shake it Off by Taylor Swift because every time the beat drops we “can’t stop and won’t stop moving!” This is the perfect parade around the office jam and we can’t get enough! After all who cares what people say? When it comes to fashion, we prefer to live out-loud!

Taylor Swift

 

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Recap: The End-of-Summer Global Citizen Concert!

Global Citizens Festival

Last weekend New York City’s Central Park made enough noise to be heard across the globe – all for a good cause. Over 60,000 people filled the Great Lawn for a star-studded concert that raised support for major issues like world hunger and childhood education.

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