New Label for NoLabel

For all of our readers whom have been huge fans of the NoLabelRoyalty movement there may be a few changes coming to the ever so popular non-profit brand. PR and  consultant  for NoLabelRoyalty  Gerald Shaun sat with us to directly  explain whats going on   and what  the brands followers can look forward to.

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P.F.I: New times calls for new changes.

Gerald: Your 100% right (laughs)

P.F.I: Seems like NoLabelRoyalty  has been very busy with a few projects  but still keeping  things  low-key. What has been going on with the organization?

Gerald: We have a lot of things going on but our major endeavor is the changing of NoLabelRoyalty  from a non-profit to a LLC business structure.

P.F.I: How come?

 Gerald: The organization has been a non-profit from its conception at LockHaven University and has  been doing events and forums on  a collegiate level , going from campus to campus promoting and helping other organizations grow.  A lot of values that the board has  learned from forming and running a non-profit has  made us a well oiled machine. Sad to say times are changing and we have other avenues that   we would like to explore, and  a non-profit structure wont allow us to open up those outlets.

 P.F.I: What are some  outlets NoLabelRoyalty is  aiming to  establish?

 Gerauld: Relaunching our organization into a modeling agency. We would like to create auxiliary sectors for the agency as well. These sectors will not only deal with managing and developing models but the branding and networking of make up artists, photographers and stylist. Hence the LLC structure .  We would like to hone in on  the overall “fashion experience”.

 P.F.I: Playing the field on all levels (laughs)

 Gerald: I told you we have big aspirations for this year (laughs)

 P.F.I: Is this  the reason for the  Relaunch Party coming May 10th? To highlight your new ventures?

 Gerald: Yes. The Relaunch party will be a mirroring  showcase of where we have been and where we are going. The event will  commemorate everyone we have worked with and introduce people we will work with  from designers to  photographers from Virginia, D.C., New York,  as well as our local contacts  in Philly.  They will be showcasing their  fashion lines , products and services,  with a brief  narrative of   their endeavors.

 P.F.I: You mentioned that the experience with a  non-profit structure has brought many valuable lessons, how will NoLAbelRoyalty   apply the same integrity and discipline to the new business model?

 Gerald: We will still have our community service drives and forums from which the organization was founded on. I think keeping those activities in tact will keep  our day one audience loyal; they have held  us to specific standards and we do not want to ruin that.

P.F.I: Any special  promotion leading up to the  Relaunch?

 Gerauld: We will be doing  photo shoots  with clients and associates.  Listed first on our roster such as  make up artist Jenai, celebrity make up artist Jacen Bowmen,  Model Michele, and fashion photographer King Robbie.

 P.F.I:  Can you give a brief insight of what your planning after the event?

 Gerald: Community wise, we are partaking in the  Susan G Koleman Walk the day after our Relaunch event. The following week we are doing events with a couple different high schools, such as Norristown High for their annual fashion show. We will be lending a hand with  model coordination. We are  also helping to coordinate  Constitution  High’s  fashion show the first week of June. After that we will be launching our first official event as an established  LLC.


 Be sure to follow Gerald on instagram @theemogullife and NoLAbel Royalty @NoLabelRoyaltyInc for more updates about this event and others. For all of our hashtag fanatics use #therelaunch for additional info!

Former Fridays: Naked Accessories


In case you have missed it…each and every Friday we are going into our archives and display  the most memorable interviews and spreads that we’ve done since being established. Last Friday we posted an accessory spread from our Vintage issue, which was entitled “Nature Feels”, this spread included all organic jewelry (some done by local philly artist) which are great compliments to any style no matter if your wardrobe says “cool” or “couture” . Usually we provide the link to our new main website but what the hell…we wont bother you all with that extra click. So, please enjoy!

Download P.F.I Magazines First Issue for Just $2.75!!!!

You guys asked for it, and its  finally here! P.F.I Magazine first catalog/issue   features the best of the best  in Philadelphia’s  fashion, art,  apparel, and entrepreneurship!  This is the official  release. P.F.I Magazine has been  a household name and platform for Philadelphia’s  booming  fashion  world and “go getter” business people via blogging and various interviews for quite some time. Now those who are neighbors and strangers to Philadelphia have an opportunity to  see  the  vast potential and talent  within this  City! So show your support for your love of fashion, art,  and politics  for only $2.75.  These pages contains  fashion  features from the popular/vintage clothing and  accessory lines from  the   House of Ra’oof, Mijourne Jewelry Co, Distinguished by Cha Cha N’kole, as well as  other great items from H+M, American Apparel, IGoldberg, and Mitchell & Ness. As well as the new hot spot gallery in Philly and an eye-opening interview concerning our youth. Follow this link

Converse “Oxford” Jack Purcells

The oxford cloth and its similarly styled chambray has become the focal point of men’s fashion over countless seasons in recent memory, having made the jump to footwear on several occasions. Converse put this notion to work on two styles of the Jack Purcell. Seen in either a simple all blue upper as well as a multi-colored version, both styles offer a fresh update to the classic court style.

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A Fashionable INtroductory!

Mr. Sherwin Raven and The Fashion Market and Developing Company presents the INcrowd, a fashion network event featuring the top fashion, stylist, make up artists, and  bloggers in the City. If you are planning to begin a career within Philadelphia’s runway scene then this is an event you must attend!!

June 23rd


Soup Factory Studios @ Loft 303

6143 Germantown Ave

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Status Quo

This past Friday was the grand opening of  STATUS. Owner Jay Exclusive’s dream of a one stop shop where any consumer can get the latest publications, clothing, and music all under one roof. Fans  and the next generation of Philadelphia entrepreneurs came  out to help celebrate and view cool new apparel and accessories  provided by the DNTN Brand, 10 Deep, Mijourne Jewelry Co. and Dope. Patrons also read the latest  Issues of American Dreaming Magazine, F.E.D.S and Don Diva as they conversed about the latest styles and future trends in fashion and business.

Ebony Suns and Beyu Fashion Preview

P.F.I Magazine was invited to a preview show  at the Walnut Room for the anticipated Spring/Summer clothing line  release from Ebony Suns and Beyu. It was a pleasure for us to be amongst up and coming designers of the City and network with some pretty descent entrepreneurs. Some people who attended was On The Street Magazine, a neo publication based out of Delaware, Photographer and Publisher  Nina Hardy, Accessory Designer K. Louise ( K. Louise Designs)  and Designer Mary Ashanti. Special thanks to Russell A. Hicks and Ebony Suns  and Beyu Clothing!!

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