Who is Houston White and what is his contribution to fashions?

After you've read some quotes from other sources, I will leave you with a video interview featuring his Target's collections.

We at The Narrative Matters always strive to keep our readers up to date with what is black. And the creative juices of Houston White is no exception.

Houston White

Moreover, this man is a force for his community and is still bringing the power every step he walks. After you’ve read some quotes from other sources, I will leave you with a video interview featuring his Target’s collections. And some photos of his remarkable achievements.

Houston White

In 2007, Houston founded Houston White Men’s Room, a barbershop in the Camdentown neighborhood of North Minneapolis. Known as the Black man’s country club, HWMR is more than a barbershop—it’s a gathering place for community building, authentic expression of self, and inclusive celebration of Black culture. Over the years, the shop has grown into a vibrant hub for people of any skin color and all walks of life who crave a culture of their own making.

Houston White

As a kid in North Minneapolis, Houston White began selling t-shirts from his backpack and cutting hair for cash. He was a young entrepreneur, hussling hard to create a future all his own.

Today, Houston is a creative powerhouse who brings people, cultures and communities together to elevate one another. He believes style is an act of self celebration, a means of asserting your point of view and bridging the distance between yourself and others. 

Houston White

Houston motivates everyone around him to seek more, be more and do more for the people and ideas that matter to them.

He is invested in creating a better world, particularly for the Black community, and regularly collaborates with local government officials and business leaders to increase racial equity.

Houston White

Video by Afro Punk featuring Target



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