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Buy Black
Buy Black

While August, also known as support Black-owned businesses month, may be over, the Black community remains the blueprint for much of mainstream fashion and paying that back is still necessary. Plus, there are some really sick Black-owned fashion brands!...

Girl of the Month: 20 Questions with Destiny Wimpye
Girl of the Month: 20 Questions with Destiny Wimpye

KTM's Girl of the Month for Issue 4 is Destiny Wimpye! She is a 16-year-old ballet dancer. You’ve probably seen her amazing dance photos on Instagram and her exceptional videos of her turning on pointe. Destiny is a Brown Girls Do Ballet and Discount Dance Ambassador, an AS Dancewear Mentee, and an advocate for representation for girls of color in the ballet world....

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kashmani: A Dream Come True
kashmani: A Dream Come True

Khadira is an incoming junior at a New York high school. This year, she launched kashmani, a fashion brand that includes everything from clothing to deco stickers. Her products are handmade, upcycled, and reworked, and I can personally tell you, everything from her brand is amazing. Khadira has always been into the arts, specifically visual arts, and plans to continue fashion after high school....

Interview with the Creator of ArtHub NYC: Skye Jackson Williams
Interview with the Creator of ArtHub NYC: Skye Jackson Williams

After seeing the lack of dance studios in New York that give artists the tools and resources to expand on their work, improve, and collaborate Skye Jackson Williams created ArtHub NYC. Skye is an 18 year old artist and aspiring entrepreneur. Continue reading this article to read the interview we had with Skye that discusses her future......

Ballet: A Late Start
Ballet: A Late Start

Oftentimes in the ballet world, individuals are “born into dance”. They pick it up at a young age and continue to enhance their abilities by carrying it with them as they grow. I have always had a love for ballet. Watching dancers elegantly prance across the stage has never failed to amaze me. I can still remember watching Angelina Ballerina as a kid and attempting to follow along....

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Issue 4: The Arts
Issue 4: The Arts

Hello, and welcome to Kaleidoscope Teen Magazine’s fourth issue! This issue’s theme is The Arts. In this issue, we will be talking about the different art forms, black-owned clothing, jewelry businesses, & more. KTM will also be sharing personal experiences and interviews with many young artists. ...