After 2.5 years in the blogging game, it's finally time to dissect the name Uptown Bourgeois.
In times of turmoil, it's the artists who are tasked with using expression to reflect the times. I should be part of this movement, too.
Becoming an entrepreneur is hard--harder than you've probably ever imagined. These are just a few helpful hints to keep you from crawling back to your last employer with your tail between your legs.
I support protestors 110% but I choose to voice my opinion a different way. We all fight differently. Just because I'm not as in-your-face doesn't mean I'm not fighting, too.
Sometimes, hate following people leaves us stranded in our emotions long after a relationship has ended.
Social media is a double-edged sword that can allow creators to freely express themselves while simultaneously exposing them to Internet trolls and hostile web encounters. It drives us crazy but we can't live without it.
2x Olympian and former Miami Heat player Alade Aminu is hoping to find success in a new arena-fashion. He talks to Uptown Bourgeois about his basketball career and his new label, Prime Figure Clothing.
I don't know about you but I sure miss the days when social media was filled with workout selfies and pictures of babies and steak dinners. Is the election over yet?
The speech from my wedding reception...without the tears this time.
A first-person account from a passenger on the 2nd commercial flight to Cuba since 1963.
My account of the moments just after a bomb exploded in Chelsea Saturday night.
A Tale of Entrepreneurial, Millennial Work Burnout
A look into my psyche concerning my decision to focus on other topics outside of fashion.
When I chose to pursue a career as a freelance writer, I made a list of occupational hazards. But I never thought to add physical injuries to that list.
A fashion blogger realizes he has a bigger purpose in life than writing about #whatiworetoday. In the process, he predicts the end of an industry.
Over the course of four fun-filled days in Canada, I got a hearty taste of life in Montreal. Watch this short film to find out if I'll follow Lena Dunham and crew to Canada this November.
In age of 25-year-old billionaires and tech giants, how should millennials define success? How do we navigate the new professional landscape?