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Join Naomi Campbell and Iman End Runway Racism

The lack of racial diversity in the fashion industry is a serious issue.

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“We call it conscience consumerism, we call it a soulful economy. But [we want] to be able to protect, care and celebrate the wisdom that…Read More

Some Of World's Fanciest Ladies Talk Fashion Diversity

The Huffington Post
First ladies from around the world, diplomats, tastemakers and fashion insiders gathered on Thursday in New York for Fashion 4 Development’s First Ladies Annual Luncheon and fashion show. The event, which coincided with the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly, is a celebration of diversity and global economics through fashion.…Read More

“There were more black models working then [1970s] than it is happening in 2013,” she said. “There is a time when silence is not acceptable…Read More

Iman Contends Black Models Had More Work in the '70s - Atlanta Black Star

Atlanta Black Star
Supermodel Naomi Campbell glittered at the grand finale of Diane von Furstenberg’s show at this week’s New York Fashion Week, but DVF is the exception to what Campbell and others are calling racism on the runway. “I don’t like it, and I say it,” Campbell, 43, told ABC News. “I say, ‘Where’s the others?’ I’m very outspoken, as we know.” Now, as…Read More

20 of the Most Stunningly Beautiful Black Women From Around The World This is beauty too!

20 of the Most Stunningly Beautiful Black Women From Around The World - Atlanta Black Star

Atlanta Black Star
Damaris Lewis has one of those faces you never forget. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, the 23-year-old model has stamped her beauty on the 2009, 2010, and 2011 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. Lewis is well trained in performing arts, has appeared in the music video for Kanye West’s single “Monster” and was selected by Prince to be his…Read More
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