50 Shades of Melanin During 2021 Juneteenth Weekend

Underneath the starlit Soho House rooftop skyline, South Florida’s finest Black professionals gathered to celebrate Juneteenth at “Shades of Melanin”. The highly anticipated evening boasts the beauty of the black spectrum in all its forms, as attendees donned their best hues of brown, beige, and everywhere in between to dance and mingle the night away at the sold-out event.

Squads arrived in unison, coordinating to compliment one another, enhancing their melanin with ease and effervescence. Brown’s rich variations, from orange to wine undertones, span as vast and wide as the range of hues within the community. Beautiful in beige, the below attendees exude elegance in chic cream tones.

Blazers, a go to for male attendees, exalted the suave style of a gentlemen, as seen above. In addition to busting out their best attire, attendees busted out their best moves, joining in harmony to celebrate the energy of independence that Juneteenth represents.  

Old school hits by DJ Trae Way coupled with SOCA and dance classics like the “swag surf” had attendees on their feet all evening. Chemistry was in the air, as guests hit it off with both familiar and new faces networking the night away.

The exclusive, members-only Soho House was the perfect venue for the night with 360 views of the Magic City. Illuminated by lights and laughter, “Shades of Melanin” captured the regal energy at the essence of Juneteenth.

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