TannerGonzalez announces it’s signature fragrance

TannerGonzalez announces it’s signature fragrance.

TannerGonzalez, The World’s First Hispanic Luxury Brand™ announces it’s first fragrance – TannerGonzalez Pour Homme Extreme.   Since 2007, TannerGonzalez has developed into a lifestyle brand offering one of kind products, curated products and men’s luxury accessories.
As part of its 10 year celebration the TannerGonzalez team has created a Hispanic luxury fragrance.

“The 10-year journey for this brand has been mercurial.”  Comments Tanner.  “It’s hard to believe that it is already a decade old company, we have been transformational, but one thing constant has been a means to bring our heritage, ideas and culture to one spot to help build a brand.  Our new fragrance is the next stepping stone for being a Hispanic luxury brand.”

Tanner Gonzalez Pour Homme Extreme, the brand’s signature masculine fragrance, presents the vision of conscientiousness, masculinity, sensuality and intellect. This is a unique fragrance with accords of pine and juniper enriched with fir and enriching sage and leather.    Our signature fragrance is sultry and animalic that balances feminine and masculine from top to bottom.  At first impression, the scent opens with bergamot, pine and juniper. The heart is an aphrodisiac of spicy note of Jamaican pepper warmed by Canadian fir and Mediterranean clary sage.   The roots of leather and Indonesian patchouli rest on strong Andalusian labdanum.

Hand Crafted + Limited Edition 2017

1.7 oz (50ml) Square Flint Glass Bottle with Spray Pump

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ABOUT TannerGonzalez

TannerGonzalez was founded in 2007, from modest roots on the Southside of Denver, TannerGonzalez was the vision to become a Hispanic tastemaker selling quality t shirts and women’s handbags inspired with Hispanic motifs and handcrafted workmanship.  TannerGonzalez quickly became a favorite among the local Denverites and in Aspen where Greg spends most of his spare time.    As the company grew it became more of a Hispanic Influencer focusing on creating more refined men’s luxury accessories and curated one of a kind products.

Our initial foundation was built with the vision of being the World’s First Hispanic Luxury Brand.™     Our business model is based on direct contact with his customer base, control over the process and constantly driving the quality vision.

TannerGonzalez produces one of a kind, hand crafted products, luxury accessories, a new fragrance and is continuing it’s path to be innovative but rooted in its Hispanic Influence.  TannerGonzalez applies its creative eye to entertainment, food, drink and a full interactive lifestyle through its Hispanic Luxury Life blog.

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TannerGonzalez celebrates 10 years

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From PR Log https://www.prlog.org/12647508.html

Hispanic Taste MakerTannerGonzalez, The World’s First Hispanic Luxury Brand™ which started in 2007 celebrates its 10th year in business this July.   The company was created by Gregory Tanner.  Greg’s passion for developing a Hispanic luxury brand was ignited by the need to capture the rich heritage, beauty and detail of Hispanic influence.  Since 2007, TannerGonzalez has developed into a lifestyle brand offering one of kind products, curated products and men’s luxury accessories.    The TannerGonzalez brand during that time has become a Hispanic influencer in America through its Hispanic Luxury Life blog.

The name company’s name “TannerGonzalez” comes from his mother’s maiden name of Gonzalez who was a bon vivant and an inspirational mother, keen to keep her Hispanic culture alive through her children.

The company is credited for smart streetwear brand Cashletics. The statement lifestyle brand is another influencer to a wide audience across the united states. The Cashletics brand is a means for the Cashletics fans to express their “hustle” values and wear them on their sleeve.

“The 10-year journey for this brand has been mercurial.”  Comments Tanner.  “It’s hard to believe that it is already a decade old company, we have been transformational, but one thing constant has been a means to bring our heritage, ideas and culture to one spot to help build a brand.”

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ABOUT TannerGonzalez

TannerGonzalez was founded in 2007, from modest roots on the Southside of Denver, TannerGonzalez was the vision to become a Hispanic tastemaker selling quality t shirts and women’s handbags inspired with Hispanic motifs and handcrafted workmanship.  TannerGonzalez quickly became a favorite among the local Denverites and in Aspen where Greg spends most of his spare time.    As the company grew it became more of a Hispanic Influencer focusing on creating more refined men’s luxury accessories and curated one of a kind products.

Our initial foundation was built with the vision of being the World’s First Hispanic Luxury Brand.™     Our business model is based on direct contact with his customer base, control over the process and constantly driving the quality vision.

TannerGonzalez produces one of a kind, hand crafted products, luxury accessories, a new fragrance and is continuing it’s path to be innovative but rooted in its Hispanic Influence.  TannerGonzalez applies its creative eye to entertainment, food, drink and a full interactive lifestyle through its Hispanic Luxury Life blog.

http://tannergonzalez.com

http://cashletics.com

Yara Shahidi Honors Tamir Rice In Beautiful BET Award Acceptance Speech

Yara Shahidi won the YoungStars Award at the 2017 BET Awards on Sunday night and delivered a speech that showed exactly why she was so deserving of the honor. 

The 17-year-old “Black-ish” star expressed gratitude for her peer group, fans and family before taking a moment to acknowledge the late Tamir Rice, who would have turned 15 years old on Sunday. Rice, who was killed in 2015 during a fatal police encounter in Cleveland, is one of many young black men who have died in police shootings. Shahidi recognized him onstage before thousands of audience members and viewers at home.

“Today is Tamir Rice’s birthday, and so amidst this celebration, I’d love to honor his life,” Shahidi said. She also acknowledged BET “for celebrating our culture so beautifully when it isn’t celebrated everywhere else as it should be.” 

Shahidi, who is heading to Harvard University next fall, has been outspoken about the injustices black people face and has consistently used her voice and platform to raise awareness around police brutality and racism in America. 

“Thank you for supporting blackness and our contributions to society,” she said to the crowd at the BET Awards. “This is so appreciated and so necessary for my generation to see.” 

Watch her full acceptance speech above. 

Yara Shahidi won the Youngstars Award at the 2017 BET Awards on Sunday night and delivered a speech that exemplified exactly why she was so deserving of the honor. 

The 17-year-old “Black-ish” star expressed gratitude for her peer group, fans and family before taking a moment to acknowledge the late Tamir Rice, who would have turned 15 years old on Sunday. Rice, who was killed in a fatal police encounter in 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio after a cop, is one of many young black men who have died during encounters with police and Shahidi took it upon herself to recognize him onstage before thousands of audiences members and viewers at home.

“Today is Tamir Rice’s birthday, and so admist this celebration I’d love to honor his life,” Shahidi said. She also acknowledge BET “for celebrating our culture so beautifully when it isn’t celebrated everywhere else as it should be.” 

Shahidi, who is heading to Harvard University next fall, has been outspoken about the injustices black people face and has consistently used her voice and platform to raise awareness around police brutality and racism in America. 

“Thank you for supporting blackness and our contributions to society,” she said to the crowd onstage. “This is so appreciated and so necessary for my generation to see.” 

Watch her full acceptance speech above. 

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Spike Lee’s ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Is Being Adapted Into Show For Netflix

“She’s Gotta Have It” is among Spike Lee’s standout films, and now the groundbreaking 1986 movie is being adapted into a 10-episode series for Netflix. 

On Sunday, Netflix aired a special commercial during the BET Awards featuring its black-led shows that ended with a teaser for Lee’s new series, announcing that it will be released this Thanksgiving. It officially marks Lee’s first TV series. 

The film, which followed a young black woman in Brooklyn ― played by actress Tracy Camilla  ― who is busy juggling life, school, friends and lovers, became an instant classic and grossed more than $7 million at the box office. It also helped to catapult Lee’s career and helped pave the way for black independent filmmakers. 

“‘She’s Gotta Have It’ has a very special place in my heart,” Lee said about the film, according to Deadline. “We shot this film in 12 days [two six-day weeks] way back in the back back of the hot summer of 1985 for a mere total of $175,000. Funds that we begged, borrowed and whatnot to get that money.” 

“We are getting an opportunity to revisit these memorable characters who will still be relevant and avant-garde 3 decades later,” he wrote. 

Lee is set to direct all episodes of the TV series, which will also be executive produced by his wife, Tonya Lee Lewis, whom he gave credit for pitching the idea to transform the film into a series. 

“It was my wife, Tonya Lewis Lee, producer in her own right, who had the vision to take my film from the big screen and turn it into an episodic series,” he said. “It had not occurred to me at all. Tonya saw it plain as day. I didn’t.”

Check out Netflix’s announcement drop in the video above. 

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Here Are All The Winners Of The 2017 BET Awards

The BET Awards is undoubtedly one of the biggest nights celebrating black excellence in the entertainment industry. 

Iconic stars filled into the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday to celebrate the work of distinguished artists across the fields of music, film and more.

Beyoncé dominated the list of nominees with a total of five nominations, given the influence of her latest album, “Lemonade,” while her sister, Solange, was also up for several awards from her latest release, “A Seat at the Table.” Rappers J. Cole and Chance The Rapper were nominated for awards across various music categories, while stars like Taraji P. Henson and Mahershala Ali were up for awards in acting categories. 

Check out the full list of nominees below and the winners who were announced throughout the night:

Best Female R&B/Pop Artist
Beyoncé
Kehlani
Mary J. Blige
Rihanna
Solange

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
Bruno Mars

Chris Brown
The Weeknd
Trey Songz
Usher

Best Group
2 Chainz & Lil Wayne
A Tribe Called Quest
Fat Joe & Remy Ma
Migos
Rae Sremmurd

Best Collaboration
Beyoncé Ft. Kendrick Lamar — “Freedom”
Chance The Rapper Ft. 2 Chainz & Lil Wayne — “No Problem”
Chris Brown Ft. Gucci Mane & Usher — “Party”
DJ Khaled Ft. Beyoncé & Jay Z — “Shining”
Migos Ft. Lil Uzi Vert — “Bad and Boujee”
Rae Sremmurd Ft. Gucci Mane — “Black Beatles”

Best Male Hip-Hop Artist
Big Sean
Chance The Rapper
Drake
Future
J. Cole
Kendrick Lamar

Best Female Hip-Hop Artist
Cardi B
Missy Elliott
Nicki Minaj
Remy Ma
Young M.A.

Video of the Year
Beyoncé — “Sorry”
Big Sean — “Bounce Back”
Bruno Mars — “24K Magic”
Migos Ft. Lil Uzi Vert — “Bad And Boujee”
Solange — “Cranes in the Sky”

Video Director of the Year
Benny Boom
Bruno Mars & Jonathan Lia
Director X
Hype Williams
Kahlil Joseph & Beyoncé Knowles-Carter

Best New Artist
21 Savage
Cardi B
Chance The Rapper
Khalid
Young M.A.

Album of the Year
24K Magic — Bruno Mars
4 Your Eyez Only — J. Cole
A Seat at the Table — Solange
Coloring Book — Chance The Rapper
Lemonade — Beyoncé

Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award
Cece Winans
Fantasia Ft. Tye Tribbett
Kirk Franklin Ft. Sarah Reeves, Tasha Cobbs & Tamela Man
Lecrae
Tamela Mann

Best Actress
Gabrielle Union
Issa Rae
Janelle Monáe
Taraji P. Henson
Viola Davis

Best Actor
Bryshere Y. Gray
Denzel Washington
Donald Glover
Mahershala Ali
Omari Hardwick

Youngstars Award
Ace Hunter
Caleb Mclaughlin
Jaden Smith
Marsai Martin
Yara Shahidi

Best Movie
Fences
Get Out
Hidden Figures
Moonlight
The Birth of a Nation

Sportswoman of the Year Award
Gabby Douglas
Serena Williams
Simone Biles
Skylar Diggins
Venus Williams

Sportsman of the Year Award
Cam Newton
Lebron James
Odell Beckham Jr.
Russell Westbrook
Stephen Curry

Centric Award
Fantasia — “Sleeping with the One I Love”
Kehlani — “Distraction”
Mary J. Blige — “Thick of It”
Solange — “Cranes in the Sky”
Syd — “All About Me”
Yuna — “Crush Ft. Usher”

Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award
Beyoncé — “Sorry”

Bruno Mars — “24K Magic”
Drake — “Fake Love”
Migos Ft. Lil Uzi Vert — “Bad And Boujee”
Rae Sremmurd Ft. Gucci Mane — “Black Beatles”
The Weeknd Ft. Daft Punk — Starboy”

Best International Act: Europe
Booba
Mhd
Craig David
Emeli Sandé
Giggs
Skepta
Stormzy
Wiley

Best International Act: Africa
Aka
Babes Wodumo
Davido
Nasty C
Stonebwoy
Tekno
Wizkid
Mr Eazi

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33 Fierce Signs Of Resistance From Pride Marches Across The U.S.

LGBTQ Pride marches ensued across the U.S. this weekend and the signs did not disappoint.

Thousands of people hoisted colorful signs of resistance above their heads as they flooded the streets of New York, Minneapolis, San Francisco and other cities during the annual demonstration.

Many signs carried traditional Pride messages of love and unity while celebrating the LGBTQ community and their push for equal rights throughout history.

Other signs took aim at President Donald Trump, whose administration and policies have been largely condemned by LGBTQ community members. Last week, six top experts resigned from Trump’s advisory council on HIV and AIDS, a major issue affecting the LGBTQ community, over the president’s lack of policies to combat the HIV epidemic.

Other signs demanded justice for those disproportionately affected by police brutality, including people of color and those in the LGBTQ community.

Black Lives Matter activists carrying banners that read “No Justice No Pride” delayed the Pride march in Minneapolis. The demonstrators claimed the event was furthering “white supremacy” by ignoring the verdict that found a policeman not guilty in the shooting death of Philando Castile in a suburb of St. Paul last year.

New York City began its 48th Pride March this year with what some interpreted as a sign from Mother Nature ― a rainbow shining over the city skyline.

Rainbow over the NY skyline to kick off #NYCPride2017 parade! Watch @nycmayor on Facebook Live! https://t.co/uyQCW9mua7#HappyPride ️‍ pic.twitter.com/oOBMsEY74m

— NYC Consumer Affairs (@NYCDCA) June 25, 2017

Check out the roundup below for some of the most powerful signs from this year’s NYC Pride march and other LGBTQ pride events across the country. Prepare to be Babashook!

Warning: Some of these signs and images could be considered NSFW.

I ❤️ this mom! #pridemonth #lovewins #chicagopride #transgender #pride2017

A post shared by Jason Proper (@jproper3) on Jun 25, 2017 at 11:14am PDT

GAY PRIDE PARADE ️‍ #prideparade #pride2017 #pridemonth #minnesota #minneapolis #pride #me

A post shared by Manuel Cárdenas (@manuel_ae) on Jun 25, 2017 at 11:16am PDT

Flowers not guns. #gag #gaysagainstguns #pride2017 #pride #nyc #resist

A post shared by brettdavi (@brettdavi) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:44pm PDT

Met the lovely @VOCALNewYork at #Pride2017 NYC #Resist #persist #QPOC #BlackLivesMatter #FLAREbkny Happy Pride ❤ pic.twitter.com/Xe74hFu9QE

— vwoolf (@tuckermisra) June 25, 2017

#pride2017

A post shared by nava (@xanuelnava) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:21pm PDT

⠀ s a s h a y ⠀ *snap snap* ⠀ #pride2017 #beVISIBLE #bitchBYE ______________________________________ ⠀

A post shared by Gerri-Michelle (@ms.pascual) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:57pm PDT

#sfpride #prideparade #sfprideparade #pride #pride2017 #stayawake

A post shared by Atefeh Taheri (@atefeh_t) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:59pm PDT

Can you hear us now Gay©Inc.?! Phoenix, Seattle, DC, NYC, Chicago, Houston, Columbus, Toronto. We're not going anywhere. #nojusticenopride pic.twitter.com/3yIdpOv64t

— No Justice No Pride (@NJNP_DC) June 25, 2017

San Fransisco Pride Parade #pride2017 #sanfransiscopride #lovetrumpshate

A post shared by Johan & Josefine (@dansktband) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:48pm PDT

I was feeling sad @thejinkx wasnt at nyc pride, so i decided to bring her in spirit #pride #babashook

A post shared by duck the dick (@theducko) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:55pm PDT

This is what it's all about. @TPAca @TDotGayCops @GOALny @NYCPride #TO2NYC pic.twitter.com/1MSp5gzCSd

— Jason Tomlinson (@1tomlinson) June 25, 2017

Messages to some Ohio pride attendees fill #pride2017 with solidarity #blacklivesmatter @tko.creative

A post shared by Working Families Party (@workingfamilies) on Jun 25, 2017 at 12:07pm PDT

This is Frances Goldin, founder of @GoldinAgency. She's held his sign at @NYCPride for more than 30 years! This year, on the lead float pic.twitter.com/iWx5JoqO8f

— Caroline Eisenmann (@CarolineMEisen) June 25, 2017

The sign pretty much says it all. # #prideparade #pride #RealLove #RealMagic #ThePeopleWhoKeepMeGoing

A post shared by Calibre Grace Resua ☼ (@calibregrace) on Jun 25, 2017 at 11:46am PDT

#pride #nycpride #lgbtq #

A post shared by ACLU (@aclu_nationwide) on Jun 25, 2017 at 10:39am PDT

NYC subway poster ! #mta #nysubway

A post shared by Graham Marks (@acugraham) on Jun 25, 2017 at 6:35am PDT

None of us are free until ALL of us are free. RT if you agree! #Pride2017 #NYCPride pic.twitter.com/0QcbkXDEC9

— Women's March (@womensmarch) June 25, 2017

Some of my favorite signs #Pride2017 pic.twitter.com/q2SBJWZSCz

— Kait (@itzzkait) June 25, 2017

Igualdad ️‍ #pussypower #loveislove #pride #condado #sanjuan #pr #equality #igualdad #lgbt #lgbtq

A post shared by Brianna Saranchock (@bsaranchock) on Jun 25, 2017 at 11:39am PDT

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‘Spider-Man’ Producer Uses Perfect Word To Explain Why The Cast Is So Diverse

With a great “Spider-Man” movie comes a greatly diverse cast.

Marvel and Sony’s new spin on the story, “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” includes actors from all different backgrounds, ethnicities and ages taking on pivotal roles. Zendaya and Jacob Batalon play Spider-Man’s friends, Laura Harrier is his love interest, and Marisa Tomei plays a younger version of Aunt May.

Everyone seems flipped around in one way or another, and the actors are into it.

At the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” press conference in New York on Sunday, Latino actor Tony Revolori thanked producers for giving him the role of Flash Thompson, which is traditionally a white character.

“Thank you to Jon [Watts], Amy [Pascal] and Kevin [Feige] for casting a 5-foot-8 brown guy to play a 6-foot-2 blond, blue-eyed guy,” said the actor. 

The actors and producers of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” were asked about the inspiration behind the casting during the press conference, and producer Amy Pascal stepped up and dropped the mic.

“I would say the inspiration for it was reality,” said Pascal.

Yup. Reality.

The response was met with applause and “amens” from the cast and audience. 

It appears everyone in production was on the same page from the beginning. Director Jon Watts previously addressed the diversity topic, similarly telling The Daily Beast:

Peter Parker goes to high school in Queens, and Queens is one of ― if not the ― most diverse places in the world. So I just wanted it to reflect what that actually looks like. 

By looking at the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” cast, it’s clear this is not the same old “Spider-Man” movie we’ve become accustomed to. This is something better, and it has the positive social media reviews — and will likely get the box-office numbers — to prove it.

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” swings into theaters July 7.

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