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New York-based fashion journalist.
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Jul 28 2014
blackfashionstars:

Erykah Badu For Givenchy Spring/Summer 2014

blackfashionstars:

Erykah Badu For Givenchy Spring/Summer 2014

Um hair lust. #thatisall

(Source: tesahrey, via basedjane)

(Source: wutangwynn, via basedjane)

italiandisco:

FKA twigs - preface

prettycolors:

#3dbbc2

prettycolors:

#3dbbc2

lostinurbanism:

Liz Johnson Artur

lostinurbanism:

Liz Johnson Artur

madamedevereshideaway:

New World Order
Photo by Jean Baptiste Mondino for The Face

madamedevereshideaway:

New World Order

Photo by Jean Baptiste Mondino for The Face

madamedevereshideaway:

Form follows function
Photo by Albert Watson

madamedevereshideaway:

Form follows function

Photo by Albert Watson

tamburina:

Willy Rizzo, Brigitte Bardot in Saint Tropez, 1958

tamburina:

Willy Rizzo, Brigitte Bardot in Saint Tropez, 1958

(Source: lapitiedangereuse)

Jul 27 2014

ergallais:

Iman by Thierry Mugler for Thierry Mugler, ss 1986.

(via thierrymugler)

ergallais:

Khadija in Thierry Mugler by Thierry Mugler for Avenue Magazine, 03/1986.

(via thierrymugler)

TransCuba: Photographer Mariette Pathy Allen Explores a Hidden Havana Subculture

For more than 30 years, New York based photographer and painter Mariette Pathy Allenhas been documenting transgender culture worldwide; in 2004 she won the Lambda Literary Award for her monograph The Gender Frontier. In her new publication, TransCuba, Allen focuses on the transgender community of Cuba, especially its growing visibility and acceptance in a country whose government is transitioning into a more relaxed model of communism under Raúl Castro’s presidency.
 
An excerpt from Mariela Castro Espin, who is the director of the Cuban National Center for Sex Education in Havana, is included in the book: “We dedicate this day to families because we want families to be conscious of their great social responsibility, so that all of our families, all of the people with the great social responsibility of being a parent, realize that their can’t be any form of discrimination in the family, discrimination based in the prejudice that we’ve inherited from dominant societies.”

(via kingslayer-)

Cher 5ever

Cher 5ever

#642045

#642045

(Source: prettycolors)

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