BLACK FASHION

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.

Kanye West for GQ Magazine August 2014 shot by Patrick Demarchelier.

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glamour:

Joan Smalls stars in Missoni’s Fall 2014 ad campaign.

Lakshmi Menon photographed By Tarun Vishwa For Harper’s Bazaar India June 2014

yagazieemezi:

Photographer: Maëlle André
Make Up: Noel Inocencio
Hair: Christophe Lambenne Hair Stylist
Styling: Maame Nsiah

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Dominique And Adau Mornyang in “Fresh Produce” photographed by Damon Fourie For Elle South Africa July 2014

b-sama:

Mousson Atelier Jewelry collection 

Photography: Vero Nic 

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devoutfashion:

Joelle Kayembe featured in Fairlady Magazine June 2014, shot by Anel van der Merwe.

devoutfashion:

Galio webzine

Ph: Rodrigo Cid

Model: Kalu Pedro

andreasanterini:

Naomi Campbell / Photographed by An Le / Styled by Phuong My, for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam June 2014

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musingsinfemininity:

 

Chanel Iman for Harper’s Bazaar Russia June 2014

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Lais Ribeiro in “Shore Thing” photographed by David Bellemere for Us Elle June 2014

Gabrielle Union photographed by Randall Slandel for the cover of the 11th Anniversary issue of VEGAS Magazine May/June 2014 

“I felt like I had to become a chameleon,” she says, acting one way with her white friends and another for people in her community. “Even as a popular girl, I was always looking through the window and very afraid of being exposed. I just wanted to assimilate and fit in.”

Full article can be read here.

Lindsey Scott photographed by Ben Sulivan for ASOS Magazine May 2014.

Being called a GeeK:

“I’m fine with being called a geek or a nerd if that means I’m smart, but there is a negative connotation to that sort of word and there’s an assumption about who you are as a person if you like technology. Perhaps if there wasn’t, we’d get more women interested.”

Working with Lupita Nyong’o

“I did a play with Lupita Nyong’o at college. She’s so great, it’s kind of funny seeing her in all these magazines! She’s such a nice girl and really cool.”

Model vs coder:

“I have trouble endorsing modelling as a career… I love it so much but you basically have to be a genetic freak in order to do it and most people aren’t. Some of the most beautiful girls I’ve ever seen in my life don’t get lucky. It’s the sort of career where you have absolutely no control, whereas you have complete control with programming, which I really appreciate it.”

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