Writing is kind of my thing. Finding the best in food, travel, arts, culture and luxury so that you don't have to. Freelance writer and founder of howwelux.com, a branding agency and media company focused on celebrating global diversity in the luxury industry.https://www.shontelhorne.com/
Latest Posts From Shontel
The Sexiest Music Videos From the '90s Are Still Hot, Hot, Hot
Modern music videos date back to the '70s and even earlier depending on who you ask, but splashy videos designed to accompany songs truly began to hit their stride in the '80s thanks to superstars like Madonna and Janet Jackson.
Stop Debating — There's Proof That Kylo Ren Isn't Lying About Rey's Parents
Movies in the Star Wars canon are notorious for leaving fans asking more questions from film to film, but one of the biggest questions that emerged after The Force Awakens and still looms after The Last Jedi has fans puzzled and taking sides: Just who the heck are Rey's parents?
Meet 3 Women of Color Lighting Up the Cannabis Industry
In the United States, women hold just 21 percent of executive positions at companies, regardless of industry or company size — but according to a recent survey from Marijuana Business Daily, that number jumps to nearly 37 percent for women in the cannabis industry.
Find Some Shade and Settle Down For Some Flamin' Hot Cardi B Pictures
It's hard to believe that Cardi B's first major single, "Bodak Yellow," came out only a bit over year ago, especially when the reality-star-turned-rap-phenom has released a classic album, had two number one hits, and has appeared on songs with everyone from Maroon 5 and Bruno Mars to J Lo at record speed.
The Weeknd's 10 Sexiest Videos Are Almost Too Hot to Handle
The Weeknd has been melting hearts and topping the charts thanks to his cool style and seductive R&B sounds since he came on the scene in 2010, and while his songs are often about flings, partying, and failed relationships (including songs rumored to be about women he's been linked to, including Bella Hadid and Selena Gomez), his videos all reflect his moody, edgy, and unapologetically sexy vibe.
How Travel Channel's Kellee Edwards Is Inspiring Black Girls to Love the Great Outdoors
Several minutes into her speech at the 2019 Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show, Kellee Edwards, the host of Travel Channel's Mysterious Islands (and the first black woman to lead a show on the network), has encountered a small issue: she's the sole black woman scheduled to speak at the two-day conference, and her presentation about what it means to connect with communities while traveling isn't working the way it should — but much like every other aspect of her life, she's prepared to take control of the situation with authority, fearlessness, and a smile.
What I Want Young Girls to Know About Their Tomorrow
To My Goddaughters and Every Young Woman in the World,
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