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FASHION

COMMUNITY

OUT TAKES

40 charlottes web

09 unraveling don’t ask, don’ tell

STYLE

10 into the roots 18 grounded choice 20 little fox

HEALTH & BEAUTY 26 grooming 29 made up deeply 38 tips by martine

ENTERTAINMENT

37 kazaky & lady gaga 2011 textiles

little fox editorial

Behind the scenes of the Little Fox editorial with Ty Xavier Weldon

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The Executive picks

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF EXECUTIVE EDITOR FASHION DIRECTOR STYLE EDITOR MARKETING DIRECTOR graphic DESIGNER CONTRIBUTORS

William Lenox Tyran Xavier Weldon K Shawn Dent Luis Dante Carlisa Flournoy Marcel Weldon Bernard Jones (Mak Cielo Model Management) Beat Dreams Martine Dulce (Dulce) Steven Holiday (Cover Story Candid’s) Jordan Steede (NOD PR) Demanti O’Bryant (St. Claire Model Management)

EDITOR’S LETTER It’s Here, Manuelle Magazine is here, and it’s no turning back. And,the time has come to rollout the premiere “Texture Issue” a visual experience in the exploration of textiles.I found it outstandingthat the definition of texture talked of unity. And, unity is a great parallel of this issue, as it is more than just simple fabrics. As one writer explores the wavering tapestry of don’t ask don’t tell and the effects its appeal. We then dive into our style section where we tackle texture in pattern and all natural textiles with native sun. So on behalf of the Manuelle Staff we are now proud to present you our envisionment of Texture. -William C. Lenox Editor in Chief

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IN THIS PICTURE: Steven Holiday, Bernard Jones, Ty Xavier Weldon, Martine Dolce, K Shawn Dent, Maggie Brown, Aisha Albritton, Terrence Dixon

No part of Manuelle may be reproducved in any form by any means without prior written consent from William C. Lenox or Tyran Weldon. For permissions requests, please email to: wclenox@manuellemag.com or txweldon@manuellemag.com Manuelle Magazine is published quarterly by Manuelle Media, LLC. William C. Lenox, Publisher. Headquarters at 7945 Roswell Road, Atlanta GA 30350. All editorial submissions should be sent to this address. Copyright Manuelle Magazine. All rights reserved by Manuelle Media, LLC. Reproduction without permission is prohibited. Printed in the USA. Not responsible for unsolicited materials.


from the Executive Editor It can take a long time to produce a magazine. The preproduction work that is put into everything take just as much time as the production itself. I am very excited to say we worked extremely hard to make this happen and we will work even harder to keep it going. Manuelle Magazine is something that will attract on all accounts. The vision imagery alone will be enough to keep your mind tingling and you creative side urging for more. It takes a very stron team to produce such greantess. K Shawn Dent one of my friends and great stylist, has workd extremely hard on this issue. I seen him evolve & grow into stylist of pure fashion. Let alone there is always more to do and more to come. We will go strong and we will go hard. Enjoy, Ty Xavier Weldon

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Community

Effects of bullying A world wide concern that has sky rocketed this year.


AS WE ARE STARTING TO SEE MORE AND MORE THESE DAYS, THE EFFECTS OF BULLYING ARE FOR REACHING AND CAN END IN EXTREMELY TRAGIC CIRUMSTANCES.

In schools that have bullying problems or issues, the whole school can suffer as a result of the effects of bullying such as students (even those who are not being victimized) feeling intimidated and tense in their surroundings and learning environment. Just because they themselves are not being bullied, just being around that sort of climate is distressing enough and leads to poor engagement and consequently a reduced capacity to learn. It is hardly surprising to see students struggling with their schoolwork if they do not feel safe and at ease within the boundaries of their school.


nearly 50% of those surveyed revealed they had considered or thought about committing suicide as a result of bullying. Sadly to say, this group converts thoughts to actions at approximately 20% of these victims actually trying to commit suicide. To put this into perspective, students who are not bullied have only a 0.07% chance of contemplating suicide. This figure reduces further down to only 0.03% chance of actually attempting suicide. The effects of bullying shows a victim of bullying also has a chance of more than 3 times the normal of suffering depression.

EFFECTS OF BULLYING CAN BE SEEN IN TRAGIC EMOTIONAL CONSEQUENCES FOR VICTIMS OF BULLIES.

Bullying and the effects of bullying is a self esteem killer! Whatever form the bullying takes and also regardless of the content, just about every bullying victim reports that they feel worse about themselves after they have been bullied. Especially in our young and developing children, self esteem is critical. Bullies sap this from their victims creating further problems for the victim. Nearly 40% of bullied victims have low self esteem compared with less than 1% for normal, everyday kids.

Information collect from effectsofbullying.com Photography from Ty Xavier Weldon


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STYLE. GENTLEMEN T-shirt

Hand chosen from Stylist K Shawn Dent, He places some accesories from his personal collection with a strong color pallete. Martine Dulce reinforces the concept with impecable makeup artistry. Using MAC cosmetics, she uses her blending hand to complete the look

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The one thing you should always put your money into is a perfectly cut blazer. Pay attention to the shape and how it is tailored to your size.

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Be smart and choose your pieces wisely. As long as you keep your proportions correct you should have no issues during these hot weathered conditions.

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6 Every girl loves high heels‌or at least all the girls I know do. If your a fashion girl then your love for great shoes is intensified! You enjoy being fashion forward both on and off the stage and who can blame you for that! Knowing how to properly strut your stuff in heels is extremely important‌ Finding a good heel or pump is the foundation of your movement.

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STYLE. ESSENTIALS Denim is a staple. It take you from a night on the town to jumping in the village. It can dress up a look and dress down a look. Yes you can wear denim with a blazer- although probably not to your sisters wedding. In a better light, it looks better casual to those in

the entertainment worl who attend the crazed events and jam meets. If you do go for a denim selection, make sure you have a t-shirt with print on it. A plain white one does not work for everybody.

BLUE STREAK Photography by Ty Xavier Weldon


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Alexander wears Double jeans by Desigual


Alexander wears Denim by Mossimo , Pants by Levis


Alexander wears jeans by levis. Model Alexander Joseph Photog. Assistance William Lenox Location X Factory Studios


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LUCKY TAG


LUCKY BRAND Manuelle Magazine conducted a very intersting poll on what type of underwear you find to be sexy around the house. It is alwaysgreat to see peoples view points and opinions on what they “secrectly� go for .


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Q&A

TRAVEL


Gregory Boudreaux Age: 23 Birth City: Miami, Florida

Q: What is your educational background or job? A: I received my High school diploma at Miami Carol City Senior High School. I continued my education at Bethune Cookman College for one year and studied Psychology. I am currently a Visual Merchandiser at PUMA in the Sawgrass Mills Mall. Q:What are your hobbies? A: I like to explore music and the arts. I’ve been playing the trumpet for the past nine years. I feel at one when I can connect with music and understand the true meaning behind it. I love to go to lie on the beach and listen to the wave’s crash. Q: What are your goals? A: My goals would be to marry two of the things that I love the most which are work and traveling. Q: What are some projects that you have accomplished currently? A: I have had the great opportunity to participate in Miami International Fashion Week 2011. I also participated in Funkshion Fashion Week Miami Beach for New York Designer Indashio. The most recent show I have participated in was “Let the Runway Meet the Cause” with the Fashion Designers Expo for an Alonzo Mourning youth charity.


The main struggle I have experienced throughout my goal path has honestly just been “BEING ME”

Q: Where do you hope to be in your 5 year plan? A: Within the next five years I plan on being an internationally traveled model. I also plan on being an Entrepreneur in the fashion industry because I believe I have a sense of style that no one can duplicate. The ultimate goal of mines would be to be completely happy in all aspects of my life. Q: In the city you are currently living in, do you think it is better off or would you rather be relocated? A: Although Miami is a place of many great opportunities, I feel it’s time for something new. I believe that expanding my worldly knowledge and experiencing different things and meeting new people would definitely open up doors for me. Q: What are some of the struggles in your goal path that you experienced? A: The main struggle I have experienced throughout my goal path has honestly just been “BEING ME”, and by saying that I mean…”BEING DIFFERENT”. Many people are quick to judge when they see something that is out of the ordinary. Who do you look up to? Umm… my Grandmother and Batman.

Interview by David Tyson :: PHOTOGRAPH BY Ty Xavier Weldon


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The real scouts work

Photography BY Ty Xavier Weldon

Scouts Honor


Locationtrunks Atlanta, GA Gary wears swimming from Stylist k shawn dent undergear Assistance & Videography william lenox Retouching ty xavier factory Model jeremiah lyke (st.claire models) Special Thanks demanti o’bryant (st.claire models)


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Gary wears shirt from calvin klein, shorts & belt from abercrombie and fitch


Gray wears swimming trunks by Under Gear Location X factor studios stylist K Shawn Dent Model Gary Borden


health & beauty

the right way 5 steps to washing your hair


Washing your hair the wrong way will damage your hair and leave it feeling less than beautiful. For all of your guys out there using the steps below will give you hair a woman will love to run her fingers through. Wet hair is the only hair that should be shampooed. You wouldn’t wash a car that hasn’t been rinsed off would you? Take time to make sure your hair is thoroughly wet. I am not encouraging anyone to waste water however your hair needs to be wet all the way to your scalp. Evenly distributed shampoo is best for your hair. Avoid squirting shampoo directly onto your head. This doesn’t allow the shampoo to be evenly distributed. Putting shampoo onto your hands and evenly putting it into your hair will provide your entire scalp with a clean sensation. Massage isn’t just for your back. Your hair is attached to your scalp is an extension of your body. Massaging your scalp does more than just feel good. A quality shampoo, such as the specialized products we provide, can penetrate deeper into your hair with a little massage. Avoid shampooing your hair more than once. Even when your hair doesn’t feel “great” one quality shampoo is far superior to shampooing twice. Treat your hair with care. Many get rough with their hair. They scrub their hair like it is a pot with stuck on food. Be gentle with your hair. The better you treat your hair the better it will treat you! Towel Dry. By the time you reach step 5 you should be feeling great. Your hair should have a healthy fun feeling. AND… the towel drying technique is important in so many ways! Please wring and squish your hair, not scrub it or you will hear it cry. These steps, combined with the right shampoo, will put you on the path towards having the hair of your dreams


Blooming dale


Eye shadow MAC Cosmetics Blush MAC Cosmetics Bangles H&M Creative Direction by Ty Xavier weldon. Asst. visionary direction by K Shawn Dent. Makeup by Martine Dulcer


health & beauty

MIKE’S HEALTHY COCKTAILS

Healthier Drinking Options (because you’re going to drink anyway) Kiwi Mint Lime Posted on March 27, 2010 by healthycocktails

Pineapple & Banana Spiked Drink Posted on April 12, 2010 by healthycocktails pineapples are in season and are GREAT mixers. This blended, smoothie-like cocktail is really good and very healthy (no sugar added!). You should probably turn this awkward gem of a song on repeat while you make this cocktail: The Pineapple Song.

Brief: So I’ve made a couple cocktails before this that were definitely NOT worth posting; however this Kiwi based drink is awesome! It’s strong, so is meant to be served as a martini or in a highball (full of ice). Watch yourself. Kiwi is loaded with vitamin C and also a good source of fiber, potassium, copper, magnesium, vitamin E, and manganese. So don’t be afraid to add extra kiwi if you have it.

Ingredients

Ingredients 20 mint leaves (flexible) 2 oz fresh squeezed lime juice 4 small to medium sized kiwis (peeled) 1 tablespoon of honey 4 oz of light rum (vodka and gin also work) 2 oz water If you’re a pulp lover, combine everything except the kiwi and strain. Then add the kiwi puree as the last step and mix. Hardest part of this drink is peeling the kiwis and pureeing them. Otherwise, pretty easy and great!

1 whole pineapple 2 frozen bananas 6 oz Meyer lemon juice (~4 lemons) 6 oz vodka (or rum) ice (if necessary) The booze choice is pretty flexible. Rum, gin, tequila will all pretty much work. The hardest part is dicing the pineapple, which I’ll just have my good buddy Jack

All content and information comes from http://healthy-cocktails.com/


entertainment

Image Source: Kazaky.com

Beyonce ‘Run the world (Girls)’Video Teaser

KAZAKY BOYS

Manuelle Magazine lives for everything that is unique, creative, high geared, high fashion and anything not with it “we don’t care”. The Kazaky Boys, a Ukrainian boy band, are taking the entertainment industry with a strong strut. “LOVE”, one of their latest singles, has the fans dying for more. In such simple but affective words it brings strength and passion to the individuals that live by their movement.

Beyonce brought force to this month with a smashing music video. ‘Run the world’ (Girl) is beyonce latest single. Before the video had a chance to be release it was already taken many of the streets and clubs by full force. The choreography and energy keeps you intrigue,

along with exotic animals and exploding cars. This time around it seems as if beyonce has solely brought herself and sasha fierce together to form one high fashion diva. She has her fans now ecstatic and ready for more.

With over a 4 million views on YouTube & varies video feeds, these boys will soon be having everybody wanting to dance with their shirts off and a 6 inch heel. If you want incredible physiques, attitude, masculine beauty, and B-boy choreography mixed with isolations that has your turn your eyes, than Kazaky Boys are your choice for your iTunes playlist.

Lady Gaga performs ‘Judas’ on ELLEN

‘JUDAS’ FIRES UP DEBATE

Lady Gaga is no doubt the favorite of millions, but the chances are many would change their thinking after watching the new single of the star about which is being said that it has sparked a sort of religious debate and has made her controversial. ‘Judas’ is the name of the latest single of Grammy-winner which is said

to be leaked on the internet. The song was leaked morning, and it has been gaining her curses since then. There were already many questions being raised about the lyrics and content of the song, but now when the viewers have watched the video, it has ignited their emotions even more.

“Macho Man” Randy Savage at WrestleMania 7

Wrestling icon “Macho Man” Randy Savage, age 58, died early Friday morning. He reportedly suffering a heart attack behind the wheel of his vehicle and colliding with a tree in Tampa, Florida. Savage was recognizable by wrestling fans for his distinctively deep and raspy voice, his ring attire (often comprising sunglasses, a bandana or head band, flashy robes, and a cowboy hat), intensity exhibited in and out of the ring, and his signature catch phrase

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UNBLOCKED

Photography by Ty Xavier Weldon


This page: Tank by Calvin Klein. Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel


My Journey to the manifestation of my dreams have been a long enduring but passionate one. I started writting songs at the age of 11, I was inspired by Whitney Houston’s vocals, Micheal Jackson’s dancing abilities and the idea of the “American Dream”. At age 10 I became very facinated with reading and writing. I would read encyclopedia’s and write short stories and poems. Reading and writing had became an excape, after a watching a SPICE GIRLS concert on TV at age 11 I was inspired to write my first song “I Want It Now!” The following summer and early middle school years all I did was read, and write poems and short stories. Reading and writing became a creative excape for me, I could block out any negativity, insecurity and hopelessness with the fantasy I created on paper. My songwriting escape became my songwriting secret, I didnt tell a soul, and whenever my mom, brother or sister would enter my room I’d hide

them. I was so afriad to tell anyone about my songwriting, afraid that they would shut my dream down, I mean how many people say I’m gonna grow up and be famous? Doesn’t sound to realistic in the small town I grew up in. But that’s the place my dream was born. In Middle school I remember making a list of everything I wanted to do with my career: Write songs, write screen plays, short stores, create a poem book, be an actor, model and strangely enough, be in my very own POWERADE commercial. Big city dreams for a small country town boy. So all through middleschool and Highschool I wrote and I was inspired, by the growing teenager I was becoming and in my late highschool years the ups and downs of my first real relationships inspired seas. lakes and mountains of songs.


By the time I entered my first collage class all I could think about while the professor was teaching is a song, a concept or a poem. Maybe it was just my ADD kicking in but I believed it was a sign to pursue my dreams full force. I moved to Atl, meet with an old manager of a famous singer, who tried to convence me to become a singer which was a no go. By the year 2009 I wrote a group of songs and found an awesome upcoming male artist to DEMO them so I could send them out for placement. After being turned down by a big music exec because my “Music wasn’t up to date” I spent a few years re-working my sound and craft. By August 2010 I had a slew of songs which were inspired by my 3 years of being single and just enjoying life and partying which I feel have a more modern, futurisic sound with a more pop alternative rock edge. by Novemeber that same year I had my first shoot with photographer Freddy-O since then I’ve had 15. I walked in my first

“I’ll give u more than u need u’ll be alright Something different not the norm type of lovers u may like Come with me you’ll be just fine”

fashion show in February for International Fashion Week, Realeased my 10 track EP PARTY ANIMAL at the end of May. I also began my journy in the acting realm by being casted as background for the CW show The Vampire Diaries and USA’s Necessary Roughness. I’m currently looking at a few scripts and will be re-realesing my EP PARTY ANIMAL (RELOADED & REMIXED) September 9.11.11 The sky is the limit, and I still have a few more months to work this year, and I’m not stopping anytime soon! The best is yet to come!


This page: Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


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MANUELLE FASHION

THE MANY LOOKS OF MANUELLE VISION OF WHAT THE FALL HAS TO BRING THIS YEAR. PREPARE FOR FALL FASHION MADNESS


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Pants by Levi. Belt and boots by Diesel. Bag by GAP. Accessories by GAP


Fall preview 2011

charlotte’s web

TO left: Trevis wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G

Phototgrapher Ty Xavier Weldon Stylist K Shawn Dent

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To the middle: Tray wears micro briefs AMARNI EXCHANGE


To last right: Noah wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G To right: Tiran wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G


Noah wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G Tray wears Emporio Armani Briefs


Trevis wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G


Noah wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G Tray wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA shoes D&G Tiran wears Emporio Armani Briefs


Trevis wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA Noah wears Emporio Armani Briefs


Tiran wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA Noah wears Emporio Armani Briefs


Trevis wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA


Tray wears pants, ties, shirt, jacket ZARA Location W Hotel Fashion Director K Shawn Dent Stylist Luis Dante Models Trevis Thompson Tray Tiran Smith Noah Doe


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Private Section


Rashad wears shirt and pants by Ralph Lauren. Jacket by manuelle boutique.


Rashad wears shirt and pants by Ralph Lauren. sweater by H&M. Shoes by Converse.


Rashad wears shirt, pants, and vest by GAP. Scarf by H&M.


Rashad wears shirt, shorts, by GAP. Blazer from Ralph Lauren. Shoes by GAP


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The Northern APPEAL How simple it is to make one shirt set apart a whole look Photographer: Ernest Montgomery

Tank top H&M


blue hooded tunic by Perry Ellis


Cawl neck sleeveless by Zara


Pullover button shirt by Kenneth Cole


Low-V vest by YSL


Long Sleeve wrap cardigan by John Varvatos


Short sleeve knit polo by Penguin Photographer: Ernest @ LeeStudiosNYC.com Model: Kevin Johnson @ The Felton Group Stylist: Andrew Felton


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OUT TAKES


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