MZ Wallace x Be EyeConic

MZ Wallace is proud to partner with Ashlee Muhammad — stylist, influencer, and founder of Harlem-based brand BeEyeConic — on this limited edition design.

Proceeds from the sale of this sold out style supported a mural project for New York City’s P.S. 149 Sojourner Truth School through the non-profit organization #TakeCareofHarlem

The #TakeCareofHarlem Mural Project

Funded by this collaboration, world-renowned, locally-based artist Andre Trenier created an eye-catching mural along the wall of Harlem’s P.S. 149 Sojourner Truth school. Celebrating the achievements of Black men and women, from politics to the arts, the mural encourages school kids and community members alike to pause and reflect on their incredible contributions to society. The mural’s prominent, public placement makes it a piece of art that is free and open for anyone to enjoy — at any time.

About Ashlee Muhammad and BeEyeConic

Ashlee Muhammad is an advocate for self-love, self-esteem, empowerment and emotional wellness for women, men and children. She co-hosts the self-care and relationship podcast “HappilyEverMuhammad” with her husband Mustafa Muhammad, and is the designer of her signature fashion brand BeEyeConic, which creates limited collections of pop culture-inspired accessories and clothing. Ashlee is also the Stylist for 5001 FLAVORS and the Style Curator at Harlem Haberdashery. Ashlee Muhammad is many things, but most importantly she is a passionate and positivity-filled wife, mother of three and proud resident of Harlem.

About #TakeCareOfHarlem

#TakeCareOfHarlem is a formally designated 501c(3) non-profit organization that provides year-round philanthropic programs tackling hunger, arts education and access, and youth driven programming for Harlem residents. Its mission is to promote the upward mobility of community prosperity and endeavors in Harlem through a social media driven hashtag call to action. The #ArtLivesinHarlem program was established under #TakeCareOfHarlem to provide an ongoing program of contemporary art at Harlem Hospital Center. The program has since expanded to include other civic offerings.