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Sunday, 02 May 2010

HYÈRES 2010 CATWALK PHOTOS BY SHOJI FUJII : TSOLMANDAKH MUNKHUU

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Posted by: Austin | Nov 15, 2010 4:32:56 AM

She is my sister, find her on facebook I think she has one.

Posted by: Mongolia CHAKA | May 8, 2010 10:37:15 PM

Wow, a total refreshment! Well done you Mongolian girl!
Where can i find out more about this designer??

Posted by: Semka | May 6, 2010 6:56:20 PM

OMG why does everything have to be about rascism and black history.....can't you just accept this fashion for what it is???.....the designer's concept and view of her collection????...and yes i am a BLACK woman!!!!

Posted by: sav.vie | May 6, 2010 6:40:52 PM

er... total VIKTOR & ROLF rip-off! Where is the integrity in that??!!
How can this be passable to win a competition on this level?

Posted by: Joe King | May 6, 2010 5:38:57 PM

this is more artistic than anything else the models could have been blue or red, a really interesting collection

Posted by: M | May 4, 2010 11:14:19 PM

I agree with Vicki. Also as an African American woman, this is not what Blackface is. If you want to see blackface, click here http://www.otrcat.com/minstrel-shows-4-reconstruction.html. I am also dismayed by the press calling this blackface to cause a stir and to get people to read their articles. Shame shame.

Posted by: Dwan | May 4, 2010 5:20:49 AM

As an African American I don't find the models or the designers intent offensive ... what I do find offensive is the choice of word, "Blackface" by the PRESS! Always, trying to get attention at the expense of others ...

Posted by: Vicki | May 4, 2010 1:17:25 AM

Just because they are all painted black doesn't mean it is "blackface" as it was intended in the past. From an artistic standpoint, it can be taken as a otherworldly, futuristic look like "all white" makeup and i think it looks so striking and elegant no matter what. Why is it that whenever this is done, people automatically jump on it as a race issue?

Posted by: bc | May 3, 2010 10:47:31 PM

I'm black and I personally don't find this offensive, this to me is like painting someone silver or completely white. It seems to be purely from an artistic stand point.

Posted by: Empress | May 3, 2010 10:46:30 PM

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