Saturday, July 24, 2010

In Defense of Fashion by Stylized Conclusions

Liya Kebede by Steven Meisel

"It is Vogue, not Essence, that is ultimately responsible for the career boost of women like Noami Campbell, Alek Wek, etc., who, to be frank, were considered too "dark" and "skinny" for more mainstream black magazines. It is Vogue, not King Magazine or "Black Men Magazine", to be frank, that pushed global images of black women as able to pull off "posh" and "elite" attire as opposed to EVEN MORE degrading images of black women being nothing more than the focus of shoddy camera angles and a booty shot." continue reading over at Stylized Conclusions