Shopcade + Carolyn Malachi


“Fashion is more than what we wear. It is who we are and where we come from – the ultimate statement.” — Carolyn Malachi

Hello Shopcaders! We fell in love with Carolyn Malachi’s single “Free Your Mind” so much that we featured it on our NYFW Shopcade playlist!  We had no idea how much she’s digging Shopcade. This video shows her love for shopping, fashion, and technology:

She told us that everything she is wearing in this video is available on Shopcade! If you want to recreate her look, check out her recommendations and follow her on Shopcade:

   Dorothy Perkins Black Asymmetric Neck Dress ($57)

Wallis Statement Sparkle Chandelier Earrings (£7.00) 
Urban Outfitters Secret Skulls Chain Bracelet ($24)
GUESS Reversible Metallic Skinny Belt ($42)
Sam Edlemen – Danielle – Black Snake ($90)

Carolyn Malachi has a unique approach to music – combining Jazz, Hip-Hop, Spoken Word, and lots of imagination. Dubbed “sweet songstress” by BET, the independent Grammy nominated artist and great-grand daughter of pianist John Malachi counts Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def), Radiohead, and Sarah Vaughan among her greatest influences. Her 2010 release, the “Lions, Fires & Squares” EP, earned a 2011 Best Urban / Alternative Performance GRAMMY Award nomination for the single, “Orion.”

Her childhood nickname “Sunshine” embodies her artistic philosophy: “My aunt often says, ‘Sunshine, remember your power’” – the power of the mind to give life to infinite possibilities.

Microsoft featured her motivational video “Beautiful Dreamer” on Windows Media Guide. Carolyn also uses her music to empower others. Her music video “Free Your Mind”, supports The School Fund’s global education efforts for connecting students in developing nations with financial resources around the globe. She has joined forces with Fiat to encourage safe driving, and BET included Carolyn Malachi at its 2012 Leading Women Defined Summit. You can support The School Fund’s education effort by watching the “Free Your Mind” video here:

The Huffington Post says of Carolyn Malachi’s ‘Onward and Upward’ approach to music, “She’s not waiting for some moment in the future.”

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