The Disney classic has been reimagined, with inspiration from Lewis Carroll and images captured by photographer Tim Walker.
Pirelli presents its 2018 calendar, featuring names like Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong'o, RuPaul, Sean Combs, Djimon Hounsou, Whoopi Goldberg, Duckie, Abwoa Aboah, Slick Woods and more! The entire production was breathtaking; I was in love!
Check out the BTS images from the shoot below!
Photo Credit: Pirelli, New York Times
Little sis looks good in literally everything!
Yara is definitely one of my favorite young style stars! It's safe to say that there isn't a bad look from her, or at least one we've seen. Her looks are always so fun and cool with an edgy flair. & best believe Yara (and styling team lol) delivers in her August shoot with Instyle. This young queen is glowing in this latest installment.
Get ready to fawn over her bomb looks below!
Photo/ Video Credit: Instyle
Here we go again!
These girls can't get a win, and I can't say I don't like it!
We just got past Khloe and Kylie stealing designs from emerging black artists for their own financial gain, and now Kendall and Kylie are under fire and have been slapped with a lawsuit as a result of releasing and selling a line of vintage t-shirts that featured their faces and those of the late Tupac Shakur, the late Biggie Smalls, Ozzy Osbourne, Pink Floyd, Metallica, and more musical icons.
Take a gander, in case you missed it.
Photo Credit: Kendall + Kylie, Twitter, Complex
I honestly don't know which part to be more annoyed with: the fact that Kendall, Kylie and their team had the audacity to release this collection in the first place, the nerve to sell these screen-printed tees for $125 or the fact that the collection sold out even before all of the backlash ensued. It's all a mess! After the collection was taken down from their site and discontinued from the backlash, Kendall took to social media with an apology saying that these designs "were not well thought out" and it "was not our intention to disrespect these cultural icons in any way." Really, sis?!
This is the typical white woman's response when shit hits the fan. The Jennner ladies and their team knew exactly what they were doing. These kinds of things are planned, reviewed and very well thought out from the first idea to the final product. They were simply too obtuse and lacking in foresight to realize how this collection would affect anything other than their pockets. With all of their access, freedom and little to no accountability, of course the duo felt a desire to attempt to insert themselves into the culture, the musical impact, the eminence and the immortality that these legends have established for themselves.
While it might not have been Kendall and Kylie's intent to disrespect anyone, the problem is that by putting their faces, initials, etc. alongside the likeness of these cultural icons, they insinuate that they are some level icons themselves. Fame off of the back of your siblings doesn't make you an icon. Modeling for a few years, a stale walk, the same facial expressions and failed campaigns doesn't make you an icon. Building a brand by overshadowing original artistry and parading it as your own doesn't make you an icon. They can't even sing a crisp, solid tune, and they still wanted to plaster their faces over some tshirts with legends in the music industry? Okay sis. & the fact that they didn't even reach out to the representatives of the figures featured for permission to use their likeness makes the entire situation even worse. I'm not the least surprised or shocked about this. It's just the "caucasity" of it all! & to read about their lawsuit as a result... Good for 'em!
The best part was seeing the reactions of those close to the featured artists, most notably Voletta Wallace, Suge Knight and Sharon Osbourne. They dragged them for filth, I enjoyed every minute of it!
There is a way to pay homage, and this definitely wasn't it. Ladies, please stick to putting on for the camera, posing for pictures and selling refurbished makeup! We're tired.
A couple that slays together, stays together!
This is how I imagine my future husband and myself strolling the streets of new cities, traveling the world, partaking in cool adventures, living our best life and serving looks!
I love Gabrielle and Dwayne together, and their street style while attending shows and presentations like Off White, Valentino, Berluti, Balmain, etc. further cemented my appreciation for them. #BlackLove
Get into these looks!
Photo Credit: E! Online, Instyle, Twitter
I love a campaign presentation that is a culmination of culture, standout fashion, a fabulous backdrop and a diverse cast. All of these components were present in the latest offering from Italian design house Miu Miu, showcasing their pre-fall 2017 collection.
The backdrop of the campaign is set in New Orleans, Louisiana, and you feel the richness of the culture through these images. Actress Naomie Harris, Kate Moss, Adwoa Aboah, Kesewa Aboah, Jean Campbell, Rose Daniels, Jasmine Daniels Missy Raydar, Lily Nova and Eliza Cummings bring the clothes to life. The city of New Orleans paired with the sartorial delights from Miu Miu's latest collection complement each other very well.
Check them out below!
Image Credit: Fashionista
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