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Color on the Cover: Chanel Iman Appears on Time Magazine’s Style & Design Issue

Blindie’s assuming that this Italian Vogue thing is really catching on, as model Chanel Iman is featured on Time Magazine‘s Style & Design Issue.

In the issue, the magazine explores the recent trend of using black models, but argues that the industry “has often cycled through ethnicities,” noting its use of black models in the 70s, Brazilians in the 90s, and Russians & East Europeans most recently.

“White faces, however, have always been in vogue—not surprising, given that most of the decision makers in the industry are white,” the magazine observes.

Here’s to Chanel Iman’s small, yet necessary victories!

Categories: Fashion and Race Matters.

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Color on the Cover: Chanel Iman Appears on Time Magazine’s Style & Design Issue

Categories: Fashion and Race Matters.

Blindie’s assuming that this Italian Vogue thing is really catching on, as model Chanel Iman is featured on Time Magazine‘s Style & Design Issue.

In the issue, the magazine explores the recent trend of using black models, but argues that the industry “has often cycled through ethnicities,” noting its use of black models in the 70s, Brazilians in the 90s, and Russians & East Europeans most recently.

“White faces, however, have always been in vogue—not surprising, given that most of the decision makers in the industry are white,” the magazine observes.

Here’s to Chanel Iman’s small, yet necessary victories!

Categories: Fashion and Race Matters.

Comments

  1. Took me a moment to read most the feedback, however I really enjoyed the post. It proved to be Really helpful to me personally and I am confident to almost all the commenters here as well! It’s always great when a person can not simply be educated, but additionally entertained! I’m certain you had fun writing this write-up.

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