In living color? A white photographer figured out a way to profit off of black women without ever having to pay one. Now pls, tell me how our economic system is in no way built on and quite frankly reliant on racism and misogyny?? Black models, specifically dark skin Black models are not a trend though. We should be the norm. Even though Shudu is a beautiful digital creation, I hope that he can shoot with real dark skin Black models and pay them accordingly too. Black skin is not a trend. Black skin is not a toy. Black women even more not so. Shudu FreeShudu pic.
Follow the Fader
2. Anok Yai
Colourism is increasingly being called out in the entertainment industry, and elsewhere too, and the beauty of dark-skinned women is increasingly being recognised and championed by the global modelling and beauty industries. So, in no particular order Duckie, obviously. Anok is an Egyptian-born American fashion model of Sudanese descent. She became the second black model to open a Prada show following in the footsteps of none other than Naomi Campbell 20 years later IKR - long gap inbetween. She got discovered by a photographer who met her at a festival called Yardfest and took a photo that he said would go viral. It did, the next day, and she started getting calls from agencies. Everywhere I looked, I saw people praising lighter skin and mocking people with dark skin. Now that I have this platform I can hopefully be the person I wanted to look up to.
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Black Skin Beauties
Colorism and the degradation of dark skin are lingering effects of slavery and colonialism. Dark skin is often associated with poverty and lack of privilege, beauty and class. But these perceptions are starting to shift. Women with very rich complexions are flaunting their melanin and gaining followings on social media for their beauty and unapologetic self-embrace.
A couple of hours before Galore posted this video for her 3. Our hair, our skin, our bodies. Her frame is another matter. Curves on black women are almost never praised in mainstream magazines like Vogue or Elle. Increasingly, photos and videos like the ones she posts, featuring young women of color parading their beauty as a way of seeking agency, are the subject of condemnation from conservative outlets, internet trolls, and people who believe women should subscribe to a particular kind of respectability politics. The way I dress.