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Paul clearly doesn't hold back. And the South Sudanese beauty, who is also a well-known human rights activist, isn't alone
We're relieved that this J.Crew ad won't be added to that notorious list. The Huffington Post reached out for J.Crew for
"I've been to castings where the clients, photographers and casting directors will speak negatively of you in front of your
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.
Riley didn't think a career in modeling was an option. "I was insecure. I was a dark-skinned girl and extra skinny," she
"This is Paris -- black girls don’t work here," the agencies would tell her. "France is very racist, you don’t see a lot
The former supermodel-turned-entrepreneur was almost unrecognizable while donning a head full of long golden locks at 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
Sounds familiar. Today's top models deal with the same issues. Chanel Iman and Jourdan Dunn have both had run-ins with incompetent
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Numéro Magazine has found itself in the middle of a racially-charged firestorm after using a highly bronzed white model in
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.
With that said, the editorial serves as another sad example of how the fashion industry continually ignores or exploits ethnic
FAST FORWARD: After Naomi retired from modeling in 1973 she launched the Naomi Sims Collection, a line of wigs made specifically
Text by Carmen Ho for White's commentary of the state of the industry is not limited to size but also colour. She
According to an analysis just published by the news site, 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