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A collection of images rarely seen in the media. A platform for people of color to showcase their fantastic, irreverent, classic and bold fashion éclat.

Ray Bans, PACSUN, Levi’s, Nike Air Max

A.Will, 21, Denver

Tumblr: (itsawill.tumblr.com) 

Instagram: a.will17 

twitter: awill17

Lonnie McQueen

16, Georgia.

Forever 21 MEN Aztec print tee, H&M Khaki pants, Air Jordan 1 “Laneys”

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Instagram: trvll0rdz

Alicia, 20, New York

blog: neon-fox.com

tumblr: addictedtothefashion

instagram: neonstylefox

photographer: @fashioncollective

Sweater: A friend gave it to me Shorts: my mom lol Hat: another friend haha 

Tommy, 17, NY

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model:Vuyolwethu Mdudu (mhlekazi)

Caption: CapeTown South Africa

Submitted by http://vuyomdudu.blogspot.com

ari fitz, 25, long beach, ca.

vintage wide brim hat

vintage sunglasses

thrifted wrestling tee

men’s joggers by topman

shoes by privilege beverly hills

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youtube.com/itsarifitz/

Model : Tim Clark

Photo by Brandon Hicks 

www.modeltimothyclark.tumblr.com

IG modeltimothyclark 

20 August 2014

Brooming Racism

Yesterday, we received a message in the comments section, which reads as follows: Who do you all think you are, you black people? What is currently happening in America is for a reason, it shows that you Blacks have no power over yourselves and society, and your women ( Shala Monroque and Barbara von Enger) , need the old white men to bring them forward into the world of fashion and art.

Is this a good example for the black community, to show young girls that the only way forward is to find a white sugar daddy, live on the dole, make nasty rap songs, like the blacks in America, Beyonce, her husband, and the black gang? Hello, you over there. No wonder you can’t get any further, you slaves of society, without education and without civilization. Learn from the European how to be civilised. And I don’t know why VOGUE ITALY has taken up with VOGUE BLACK. It’s only to margin in on the down and out blacks who read fashion magazines. Someone must wipe you niggers out or bring back SLAVERY. No more primitive art like Basquait. 

Please see Barbara von Enger’s comments on the subject below:
I cannot speak on Shala Monroque as I do not know her well enough to make comments on her behalf, however, she has always been gracious in my presence. Warm, radiant and oozing golden like the fruits of the West Indies. Her private life is of no interest to me and it shouldn’t be your interest either. Or are you in jealousy?

"Civilisation" - what might that be? Are you "civilised" when you sit on the loo? It seems to me that you have an enormous amount of self-hate. By degrading one culture/race of people so openly shows that you have yet to learn "respect". Racism is not like a dish of vegetable soup - racism is a poison. It is a form of discrimination. Do you not have anything more worthwhile to do with your time than being hateful? Hate eats away your hair - hate makes one ill - is this your goal for the future? To leave a smoke of hate for others to inhale in your wake? You are infecting the world, my dear!
On Art and my spot in the art world: I have been active in the art world as a painter for at least 20 years. Not because you hadn’t heard of my name prior doesn’t mean I did not exisit. So for the record allow me to make some points clear to you and the public. I am formally trained in art and have been drawing since I was five. My mother was an artist. She first taught me to draw on textile and on paper. After I left university I had issues with galleries as they weren’t terribly keen on having a Black artist, but I did not allow this to hinder me, instead it enpowered me and I started a gallery ( Canvas Art ) with three of my girlfriends from school - Institute Le Rosey, since then I have been selling my art internationally.

I have never been with a gallerist although I have had several offers from leading galleries worlwide. I am happy with my art and how things are growing at this stage of my career. It has taken hard work, perseverance, to reach the pretty spot at which I am sitting. I am not at this spot because of an “Old white Man” - your language is filthy.

"Slaves of society" - we are all slaves of this society, my dear, are we ever free as human beings? We are born to be free, but because of fuckwits like you it is almost impossible to grow healthy and strong against the constantly spinning wheel of racism. "Learn from European civilisation" - NO. We can be inspired by other cultures but might i remind you that WE have our own BLACK CULTURE. "Someone must wipe you niggers out" — that is quite impossible, dear, to wipe us out one would have to wipe out more than half of world culture, and where would the rest of the world be? Read further HERE


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Hawwie, Sully (luvumeanit.tumblr.com), Ninti (daddywegotmonsters.tumblr.com), Sara, and Haajar

ATL

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Location : Barbados

Model:Nicole Cummings (:

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Babylonian Headband

Ozzy Frames

Granpas Sweater

Corduroy Skinnies

Name: Queeto Taji, Age: 24, Location: Aurora, IL

Summited By: http://queetotaji.tumblr.com/

Jeans: Levi’s 

Hat: Rocksmith by Urban Streetwear

Shekinah, 19, Houston, TX. 

Submitted by: bangbitch.tumblr.com 

Photographed by: http://jahlawnknee.tumblr.com

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