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Read the full letter below: Model Nykhor Paul is fed up with the fashion world and is making her feelings known. Clearly
It's unclear where the photo originated, but it's already been seen more than a million times on Imgur alone and is spreading
Phoenix said, "I know that I'm not perfect. I have these spots all over me and stretch marks and scars. When I look in the
At only 25-years-old, Thando Hopa, a public prosecutor and part-time model, already demonstrates a precocious collectedness and understanding of people and a thorough understanding of herself.
It turns out that Riley herself was just as shocked when Riccardo Tisci, Givenchy's creative director, offered her the gig
Check out the rest of Anais' interview here and learn about her must-have beauty products. "This is Paris -- black girls
Here's a look at Beverly's blond bombshell moment -- and make sure to check out a few other black-girls-gone-blonde in the
"I’m proud I’m the second black [Prada] model, but also I’m bi-racial," Malaika told WWD. "I find it really good that I’m
Before Beverly Johnson became the first black model to grace the cover of Vogue in 1974, she was already a Glamour covergirl
As the "first black supermodel," Beverly Johnson has made quite a name for herself since launching her career with a Glamour
PHOTOS: With that said, our hopes aren't completely lifted that anything will change concerning the glaring diversity issues
Numéro magazine used a highly bronzed blond-haired, blue-eyed white model in one of its fashion editorials entitled "African Queen." HuffPost Black Voices Style & Beauty Editor Julee Wilson joins Alicia on set to share her thoughts.
It was bad enough we had to report on T Magazine's glaring lack of diversity in its relaunch issue, which was followed with
FAB FACT: In 1972, Naomi was offered the lead role in the Hollywood movie "Cleopatra Jones," but turned it down because she
White's commentary of the state of the industry is not limited to size but also colour. She is well-versed when it comes
According to an analysis just published by the news site TheLoop21.com, most of the runways at New York Fashion Week this year were about as diverse as a Tea Party rally. Meaning they weren't.
While the super-sexy, ethno-traditional thing is very of the moment, it all seems to be setting up a 21st century colonial construct that makes us very uncomfortable.
Designer Diane von Furstenberg talked to The Cut last night about diversity on fashion weeks' runways, saying that employing