xoNecole

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Envision a stimulating conversation over cocktails with your friends where you uplift, encourage and support each other. You may be swirling your cocktail in your hand as you talk about your newest lipstick obsession or planning the next trip with the girls—and you always come away from the conversation empowered.

XONECOLE WANTS IN.

Necole Kane's online destination, xoNecole.com, is a newly defined platform for young women to share their personal stories, indulge in career, beauty and relationship tips, and speak their minds on the latest in culture news and politics.

Our mission is to promote positive images of women of color as well as empower, educate, and inspire millennials through our interviews, beauty, fashion, lifestyle, career and travel features.

When Kane closed down her award-winning celebrity gossip blog, Necole Bitchie, she hinted at wanting to follow her purpose signing off saying, “There is a constant internal struggle between being a character—Necole Bitchie—when I walk out in public, and being the woman I know I was meant to be."

We want you to be the woman you were meant to be, too. Let's have those conversations. We owe it to ourselves.

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