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Thursday, 28 February 2008

Shame on You

Dear Shaded Viewers,

This season we finally see the return of Black and Asian models on the runway, bravo, but what do you think of a new magazine that is about to launch with a title that sounds like an open sore who dictates that no black models are to be booked for their jazz story. And what is the history of jazz....shame on you. May the editor in chief burn in hell.



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I don't know why in the fashion world only the European and the American models thriumph, and the African and Asian are put in a side, been both women so beauties, I can say from where come the best models, but in my personal opinion, all the women in this world are beauty, and can be models.

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Posted by: james lopez | Mar 1, 2008 1:09:05 AM

Perhaps I'm cynical but that so unsurprising I must say. They are being explicit as opposed to the invisible racism which seems to dictate so may shows/magazines anyway. Even the collections themselves occasionally have kinda problematic politics ( I just did a post about Prada's recent show, I would love to know what you think about it).

Posted by: CJB | Feb 29, 2008 4:26:35 AM

A racist mag with a title that sounds like an open sore.....?



I say do like they do in Argentina.... public shame can be a useful tool for progress.

Posted by: dinodinco | Feb 28, 2008 9:05:18 PM

For shame!!! How out of touch can you possibly be?

Designers need to watch old footage of YSL shows and take a cue. Have you ever seen a better walker than Pat Cleveland? Bring back the twirl, I say!

And where is Debra Shaw these days?

Posted by: Laura Wehrman | Feb 28, 2008 8:20:42 PM

I'm also curious about this one. I'm all for diversity in fashion!

Posted by: bryanboy | Feb 28, 2008 11:58:29 AM

Well i'm very curious too, but very happy to hear that there is more diversity on the runway, so, things can change!

Posted by: missblabla | Feb 28, 2008 11:47:20 AM

I'm now burning with curiosity as to who the editor is and what magazine this is.... for shame indeed...

Posted by: susie_bubble | Feb 28, 2008 10:42:27 AM

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