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One of the least mentioned aspects of the death of André Leon Talley has been the role that race played during his life. But he was very vocal about the intersection of racism and the fashion world, as these quotes show.

Something tells us a Black woman writer would have made the time to properly research for a Rihanna interview,

During a basketball game Monday at Warrensburg High School in Missouri, White students turned their backs during the introduction of Center High School players, who are predominantly Black.

Elle Canada became the latest magazine to culturally appropriate Black fashion, when it called Dashikis the new it-item.

Talk about #BlackGirlMagic. With an ongoing conversation about justice, race, and diversity dominating media in recent months, it’s only right that some of the largest magazines in the nation are celebrating Black women in a big way. Kerry Washington was the latest star to cover Self, showing off her Pilates moves and speaking out on the […]

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What’s age got to do with it?  Soulful rock and roll diva extraordinaire Tina Turner (pictured) is proving that age ain’t nothing but a number as she became the first senior to ever grace the cover of Germany’s Vogue Magazine, reports Billboard Magazine. SEE ALSO: Google Equates Black Girls With Sex Flaunting her 73 years on […]

British Black actress Thandie Newton is calling out Vogue Magazine for its lack of love for colored girls. Newton, who is currently the face of Louis Vuitton’s “Double Exposure” campaign, is a bit perturbed that she hasn’t been asked to post for Vogue’s coveted cover. See Also: Soldier Arrested On Suspicion Of Espionage See Also: Is […]

From MadameNoire.com: Cameroonian photographer Mario Epanya went all out in his campaign to make Vogue Africa a reality. In order to get publisher Conde Nast to see the potential in the magazine–that would pay homage to African women–he created fictional covers, featuring gorgeous images, but it looks like it wasn’t enough.