Solange Knowles's vastly-anticipated new album, When I Get Home, is set to shake the cosmos and defy boundaries. To celebrate, writer Stevona Elem-Rogers meets her in her hometown of Houston to discuss music, belonging, and becoming Solange.
solange is signing books at a pop-up in bed-stuy
She'll also be performing at Panorama Festival this weekend.
tina knowles opens up about raising beyoncé and solange
She says Beyoncé's blond highlights are a tribute to her.
recho omondi is the color-happy designer from bed-stuy changing the fashion game
Her brightly colored third collection is a passionate ode to black femininity.
the power of solange’s proudly unconventional style
Googling Solange’s fashion choices is like looking into the future, says writer Jazmine Hughes.
like solange's instagram? you’ll love her new art book
The upcoming publication is a collaboration with her favorite photographer, Carlota Guerrero.
the designer behind solange's iconic pink 'cranes in the sky' sweater
Nadine Goepfert, a Berlin-based textile designer with a knack for inspiring leftfield collaborations, tells i-D about the concept behind and difficulties involved with creating a five-kilo piece of clothing from memory foam.
the punk inspirations behind solange's new album
The singer detailed "A Seat At The Table" with Mrs. Tina Knowles and Judnick Mayard.
meet carlota guerrero, the photographer responsible for solange's new album imagery
How this Barcelona creative came to shoot one of the most arresting album covers of the year, and its connection to her own sensitive nudes.
solange opens up about being a person of color in “predominantly white spaces” in a new essay
The singer asks why her friends and family continue to be treated with suspicion and disrespect.
solange knowles and amandla stenberg talk trailblazing black girl magic
The musician and 'Hunger Games' actor got real about prejudice, comic books and learning to embrace the beauty of your blackness.
blood orange has released a track on cassette tape with nelly furtado
Unless you were at Dev Hynes’ Harlem Apollo show last night, you can’t listen to it… yet.