Donovan Moore also known as Don Bleek is an American fashion journalist and the CEO/Founder of the fashion website, donbleek.com. Originally from South Jersey, Don Bleek moved to NYC to pursue a career in media and entertainment after graduating from the School of Journalism and Media Studies at the prestigious Rutgers University, with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies and a concentration on Africana Studies.
During his senior year at Rutgers, Don Bleek interned at XXL Magazine under the direction of Taiia Smart Young, who now serves as the Executive Editor of Juicy Magazine. After completing his internship with XXL, Don Bleek went on to intern at Global Grind and Complex magazine.
After taking various internships and being a contributing writer, Don Bleek decided to launch his own website, donbleek.com because he felt like there was a lack of coverage in upscale fashion from an African-American perspective.
His intentions were to launch an online publication for a diverse audience, but from an African-American perspective. Don Bleek wants to give his readers content that could be seen in and similar to what’s in Vogue, Women’s Wear Daily, V Man, Elle, Esquire, Details and Dazed & Confused. He also wants the site to be a platform for up & coming talents to get discovered and let their voices be heard.
donbleek.com is an online fashion publication that provides the latest style, trends, fashion news, and sports fashion for its young diverse audience. We also cover Fashion Week around the world and focus on modeling.
Through the relationships that Don Bleek developed while working in the entertainment industry, he was offered a digital marketing/consultant position at Universal Music Group/Republic Records. During his six-months there, he worked on artists marketing for The Weeknd, Kelly Rowland, Kid Cudi, Austin Mahone, 3 Doors Down, Angel Haze, Gotye, Youngblood Hawke, Avett Brothers, ZZ Top, Busta Rhymes, DJ Khaled and RDGLDGRN.