1. My computer is fucked so I’m stuck doing school work in the lab 

     

  2. People going in hard on the MUFE Flash pallet when that shit is basically grease paint

     
  3. Grace Mahary, Saint Laurent spring 2013 Ready to Wear. 

     
  4. deathofastylist:

    WHY I HAVE NO INTEREST IN GIVING GALLIANO A SECOND CHANCE

    Unlike Kanye and Nina Garcia I don’t really care to see Galliano back at it.  The fashion industry shirks off everything from the accusations of little to no women of color on runways to the denial of ‘sweatshops’. As soon as someone spouts a racial rant the knee jerk reaction is to shun and fire him, as they should, but less than 4 years later the man already has a high profile job again. John is claiming he was dealing with mental issues. I don’t take those conditions lightly so depending on their actual existence and severity this may change the context of his comments but not excuse them. If Galliano were as high profile of a politician as he is a designer he would have never had a career afterward. That’s the one good thing about politics, you can only exhibit your ignorance so many times before you are just another pitiful news story and then nothing. You can cheat on your wife with hookers and stay afloat but racism and anti-semitism doesn’t fly. I don’t want to make light of any illness the designer may or may not have or had, but, really? That claim is enough for you to completely dismiss that atrocious rant? Marigela is one of my favorite houses and not only am I disappointed  in this decision, I am confused. Galliano doesn’t strike me as a designer conceptual, and frankly, smart enough to give Marigela the mystery, allure, and freshness that the house is known for. Where Marigela is thoughtful and clever Galliano is tacky and loud. Much like the man himself. So even if, like the industry, forever running on money and egos, we forgive John, I can assure you we won’t forget. If you are getting the second chance everyone is so eager to give you, you better show you have the grace and talent to even be thought of again. For me, no dress can dismiss that kind of behavior but with such influence and affluence Galliano has found a throne once more..

     
  5. Ajak Deng, Hermès fall 2012 Ready to Wear. 

     
  6. Ataui Deng, Hermès fall 2011 Ready to Wear. 

     
  7. Rama Diallo, Junya Watanabe fall 2002 Ready to Wear. 

     
  8. vogueanon:

    WWD or any other major fashion media outlets do not wish to treat runway racism this season as an issue so we haven’t had an actual official list of the demographics of catwalk models. This is pretty much an UNOFFICIAL runway statistics list I have compiled from style.com and TFS showlists. 4 major fashion capitals and their most famous shows were taken into account. Shows are listed alphabetically and appearances denote the total number of looks allotted to MOC (Model of Colour) .

    The numbers will speak for themselves although casting directors and designers use the best voice blocking earplugs to block out any criticism -noise - against their white-washed line-ups. I apologize if I have made any mistake regarding the exact number of MOC who have walked in the shows but it is 1 more or less each time. Sometimes make-up and heavy wigs covering the faces made it way harder to identify models (style.com even didn’t list their names either).

    I’ll start with Paris, the capital that holds the most significance out of all, and then Milan, London and New York respectively.

    PARIS

    Acne Studios: 3 Models of Colour out of 33 looks

    A.F. Vandevorst: 3 Models of Colour out of 39 looks

    Alexander McQueen: 3 Models of Colour out of 34 looks

    Alexis Mabille: 2 Models of Colour out of 31 looks

    Anthony Vaccarello: 5 Models of Colour (7 Appearances) out of 40 looks

    Balenciaga: 3 Models of Colour out of 33 looks

    Balmain: 11 Models of Colour out of 47 looks

    Carven: 2 Models of Colour out of 37 looks

    Céline: 3 Models of Colour out of 39 looks

    Chalayan: 3 Models of Colour out of 48 looks

    Chanel: 12 Models of Colour out of 86 looks

    Chloé: 4 Models of Colour out of 40 looks

    Christian Dior: 6 Models of Colour out of 50 looks

    Christophe Lemaire: 5 Models of Colour (9 Appearances) out of 32 looks

    Comme des Garçons: 0 Model of Colour out of 22 looks

    Dries van Noten: 5 Models of Colour out of 57 looks

    Elie Saab: 4 Models of Colour out of 50 looks

    Giambattista Valli: 5 Models of Colour out of 44 looks

    Givenchy: 4 Models of Colour out of 57 looks

    Haider Ackermann: 1 Model of Colour out of 30 looks

    Hermès: 9 Models of Colour for 33 looks

    Hood by Air: 11 Models of Colour out of 42 looks

    Isabel Marant: 3 Models of Colour (4 Appearances) out of 39 looks

    Jacquemus: 0 Model of Colour out of 44 looks

    Junya Watanabe: 0 Model of Colour out of 44 looks

    Kenzo: 12 Models of Colour out of 41 looks

    Lanvin: 5 Models of Colour out of 55 looks

    Loewe: 2 Models of Colour out of 36 looks

    Louis Vuitton: 6 Models of Colour out of 48 looks

    Maison Martin Margiela: 2 Models of Colour out of 36 looks

    Miu Miu: 5 Models of Colour for 40 looks

    Mugler: 3 Models of Colour out of 35 looks

    Rick Owens: 8 Models of Colour out of 45 looks

    Rochas: 4 Models of Colour out of 39 looks

    Saint Laurent: 2 Models of Colour out of 55 looks

    Sonia Rykel: 7 Models of Colour out of 45 looks

    Stella McCartney: 6 Models of Colour (7 Appearances) out of 41 looks

    Valentino: 1 Model of Colour out of 79 looks

    Viktor & Rolf: 4 Models of Colour out of 33 looks

    Vivienne Westwood: 9 Models of Colour (?) (18 Appearances) out of 59 looks

    Yohji Yamamoto: 6 Models of Colour out of 31 looks

    READ MORE

    (via elitistfashionista)

     
  9. banji-realness:

    womensweardaily:

    They Are Wearing: PFW

    Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

    Shala Monroque is TRULY living!!!!

    That isn’t Shala, it’s her BFFL Michelle Elie

     
  10. Kayla Scott, Rick Owens spring 2015 Ready to Wear.

     
  11. Rick Owens spring 2015 Ready to Wear.