Eyes are on an industry that season after season watches fashion design houses consistently use of one or no models of color. No matter the intention, the result is racism. Not accepting another based on the color of their skin is clearly beyond "aesthetic" when it is consistent with the designer's brand. Whether it's the decision of the designer, stylist or casting director, that decision to use…
“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
this is a very sensitive issue for so many africans and african-american!as i was in an inter-racial relationship;my girl and i use to live on 89th and madison.to get in the building i had to hide to get in the apt!we used to hate the situation!and this is something happening in 2008........so if…Read More
I have been in the fashion business for 34 years, and I have always seen this, and YES, it is past time that it comes to an end.
“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
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