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28th July 2014

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Azealia Banks - Heavy Metal & Reflective (Full Song)

28th July 2014

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screencapstyle:

Solange - Locked in Closets // Pink

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28th July 2014

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unclefather:

0 to 100 real quick

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28th July 2014

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28th July 2014

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28th July 2014

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lightspeedsound:

Bethann Hardison on racism in the fashion industry.

From About Face: Supermodels then and now

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28th July 2014

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dianaross:

Mahogany, 1975

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28th July 2014

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rock-my-boatey:

La Nuit Dernière

rock-my-boatey:

La Nuit Dernière

28th July 2014

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou. Untitled (Vodou Series), 2011.

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou’s photographs of the people of Porto-Novo, Benin (formerly Republic of Dahomey) are drawn from street life, his friends, family and studio customers. Benin is all about colour – Porto Novo is like a visual assault.In Leonce’s impressive portraits, wild combinations of locally designed Dutch imported textiles create extreme gradations between background, foreground, person and clothing. Leonce is part of a generation experiencing rapid change and his photographs capture the energy and unfettered zest for life of a people caught between tradition and progress. 

Via

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28th July 2014

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breathtakingqueens:

"When I got back to school from learning how to braid hair in Kenya, I also decided it was going to be my side hustle. I was going to make some money braiding people’s hair. So I went through the great trouble of creating a poster but I just didn’t have the heart to charge anyone so my friends would make appointments with me and I would spend the weekend braiding their hair, and I just couldn’t charge them so I never made any money from it."Lupita Nyong’o for Vogue [x].

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