John-John Williams IV

Writer

John-John Williams IV has worked for The Baltimore Sun since 2005. He joined the paper as an education reporter covering everything from cheating scandals to inappropriate teacher behavior.. He then switched gears when he joined the Features desk, where he has covered fashion and pop culture for the past three years. Prior to The Baltimore Sun, he worked as a reporter at The Times-Picayune and The Argus Leader.

Recent Articles

  • Fashion 5

    Buttery blazer My Tribe makes this buttery leather boyfriend blazer. Wear it for an evening or weekend out. Find this My Tribe leather blazer for $220 at Trillium, 2360 W. Joppa Road, # 4, Lutherville. Go to trilliumltd.net or call 410-821-9696. François Nars hardcover This photo-biography is...

  • Wedded: Shawn Oles and Jamie Jackson had a Maryland-themed wedding

    Wedded: Shawn Oles and Jamie Jackson had a Maryland-themed wedding

    Date: Oct. 8 Her story: Jamie Jackson, 33, was born in Ellicott City. She is a regional director at Griswold Home Care. Her father and mother, Keith and Dale, recently retired to Florida. His story: Shawn Oles, 35, is a native of Perry Hall. He is the strategic operations manager and principal...

  • Up close with the MGM National Harbor

    Up close with the MGM National Harbor

    MGM National Harbor, the newly opened casino and resort along the shores of the Potomac River, is larger than life. Its tiered base — reminiscent of a pyramid — leads to a sleek, glass-covered exterior, cove-like entrance, and 24-story hotel tower. The interior houses an array of shopping and entertainment...

  • Talking retail with Sarah Jessica Parker

    Talking retail with Sarah Jessica Parker

    Fans and followers of fashion know that actress Sarah Jessica Parker has accomplished feats above and beyond playing her memorable character on "Sex and the City." She has released hundreds of shoes as part of her SJP collection, which sell at Bloomingdale's and Nordstrom, among other stores. In...

  • Route One Apparel's founder makes her business on Maryland pride

    Route One Apparel's founder makes her business on Maryland pride

    With its unique patterns and color combinations of red, white, gold and black, the Maryland flag is bold, garish and not exactly fashionable. But somehow Ali von Paris, CEO and founder of Route One Apparel, has managed to build a considerable following making clothes and wearable merchandise that...

  • Wedded: Annie Seibert and Arif Sorathia combined Pakistani, American cultures in two-day wedding

    Wedded: Annie Seibert and Arif Sorathia combined Pakistani, American cultures in two-day wedding

    Date: Sept. 16 and 17 Her story: Annie Seibert, 29, grew up in Baltimore. She works as a Middle East researcher. Her parents, Jeff and Jane Seibert, live in Baltimore. His story: Arif Sorathia, 28, grew up in Bethlehem, Pa. He is the co-founder of a digital health startup in Washington. His mother,...

  • Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh wears Carolina Herrera dress to inauguration

    Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh wears Carolina Herrera dress to inauguration

    Catherine E. Pugh made a statement when she was sworn in as Baltimore's 50th mayor Tuesday morning -- not just with her words, but with a bold dress by famed womenwear designer Carolina Herrera. Pugh's sleeveless, fit-and-flare, white and red number — which recalled the style of first lady Michelle...

  • Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Date: Oct. 8 Aaron's story: Aaron Tomarchio, 42, was born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville. He is the vice president of corporate affairs for Tradepoint Atlantic. His parents, Sebastiano and Linda Tomarchio, live in Havre de Grace. Tom's story: Tom Koerber, 35, was born in Baltimore and raised...

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