Suddenly, after several years of being at the bottom of the fashion heap, black models are back on top. In a big way.
Not only are they exclusively populating the pages of this month’s super-hyped Vogue Italia, Wintour & Co. also begrudgingly gave them some attention. At Milan’s Men’s Fashion Week, the designers of Dsquared used a group of models, led by Tyson Beckford, made up almost entirely of black men.
And rumor has it that Lanvin’s show next week has an “all-ethnic lineup.”
So much of what goes on in the fashion world, including the fashion modeling world – is about what’s in. And now, to a certain extent, black models are in again.
Tired of MW Tux
poorly fitting tux coats are not fashion statements. On top of that, there’s nothing creative about the outfit he’s wearing all together. whatever…back to registering weddings…
There is a controversy over Diddy hiring only white models for his latest show in Brazil (which is 45% Black or Mixed Race):
He is a great player. I just heard that he was dating a girl on ..B l a c k c entu r y.c om it is a free inter-racial dating club. Lots of singles there
Tyson’s sexiness can solve all the world’s problems.
That’s cool, but I hope it’s not simply “this season”.
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