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Chanel Iman Breaks Runway Barriers For Black Models at Gucci Show in Milan


Blindie’s favorite up-and-coming model Chanel Iman broke barriers on the Gucci runway during Spring 2009 Fashion Week in Milan on Wednesday.

The 18-year-old beauty became the first black model to walk the megabrand’s catwalk since it was helmed by designer Tom Ford.

It was only in February that fellow model model Jourdan Dunn became the first black model to walk the runway for Prada in ten years.

Categories: Fashion.

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  1. I personally think most of the people in the fashion business are not educated.

    I am proud of dunn and iman…. keep it up. the world is not only one colour, fashion needs to embrace its true signification, diversity….

    all of this is caused my history which is majorly misunderstood and not being taught at all to the mainstream.

    not all whites have money and not all blacks are poor. many whites are poor and there is such a saying that many blacks are rich.

    blacks started out as kings and queens and was sold out by the elite black society to the white slave master, that is why slavery existed. many people in the world do not know this information. well before u hate, get the facts first.

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Chanel Iman Breaks Runway Barriers For Black Models at Gucci Show in Milan

Categories: Fashion.


Blindie’s favorite up-and-coming model Chanel Iman broke barriers on the Gucci runway during Spring 2009 Fashion Week in Milan on Wednesday.

The 18-year-old beauty became the first black model to walk the megabrand’s catwalk since it was helmed by designer Tom Ford.

It was only in February that fellow model model Jourdan Dunn became the first black model to walk the runway for Prada in ten years.

Categories: Fashion.

Comments

  1. I personally think most of the people in the fashion business are not educated.

    I am proud of dunn and iman…. keep it up. the world is not only one colour, fashion needs to embrace its true signification, diversity….

    all of this is caused my history which is majorly misunderstood and not being taught at all to the mainstream.

    not all whites have money and not all blacks are poor. many whites are poor and there is such a saying that many blacks are rich.

    blacks started out as kings and queens and was sold out by the elite black society to the white slave master, that is why slavery existed. many people in the world do not know this information. well before u hate, get the facts first.

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